Shelters, Roads

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Updated 3/20/18

For anyone in the Riddles Bend area that may have suffered storm damage, Rainbow City Police Dept. Station 2 will assist in any way they can. Stop by the dept. for tarps and other supplies you might need.

Blount County: No Report

Calhoun County:
Jacksonville Safe Room
Ohatchee Volunteer Fire Department
Oxford Safe Room, Bynum
Oxford Safe Room, DeArmanville
Piedmont High School
White Plains Safe Room
Webster’s Chapel Safe Room

Cherokee County:
If a Tornado Watch is issued for Cherokee County, Storm Shelters will be open…
Basement at First Baptist Church in Centre
FEMA Storm Shelter in Leesburg
Storm Shelter at New Bethel
Community Center in Cedar Bluff
Broomtown Fire Station located at Co. Road 91 & 46 will be available as a safer place.
Basement at Pine Grove Baptist Church 
Cullman County: No Report
DeKalb County: No Report

Etowah County:
   Shelter Etowah

Jackson County: No Report

Marshall County:
4059 Martling Rd, Albertville by Martling Senior Center
22165 US Hwy 431, Guntersville by Cedar Lodge Center
165 Hwy 168, Douglas by Douglas Town Hall
2485 Georgia Mountain Rd, Guntersville by Georgia Mountain VFD
307 2nd Ave West, Grant by Grant Recreation Center
21 1st Ave West, Grant by D2 Shop
90 Hebron School Rd, Grant by Hebron VFD
4373 US Hwy 231 North behind Brindlee Mountain VFD
5743 Simpson Point Rd, Grant
7925 Nixon Chapel Rd, Horton by Nixon Chapel VFD
7275 Section Line Road, Albertville by Pleasant Grove VFD
1345 Cha-La-Kee Road, Guntersville by Riverview Campground
3850 Eddy Scant Rd, Arab, by D1 Shop
5120 Swearengin Rd, Swearengin by Swearengin VFD
3680 Union Grove Rd, Union Grove by Union Grove Town Hall
777 South Sauty Rd, Langston by Wakefield VFD
118 Whitesville Church Rd, Boaz by Whitesville Baptist Church


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Bets practice is to avoid unnecessary travel during severe weather. Never try to drive thru flooded streets, a few inches of moving water can push your vehicle off the roadway placing your life at risk.
The safest place when tornados threaten is on the lowest floor inside your home. Stay away from windows and put as many walls between you and the outside as possible.  Mobile homes and cars are not safe. If you have protective helmets of any kind, wear them. Listen to the Radio and monitor weather conditions and give yourself plenty of time to get to your safe place.
All families should keep 3 to 7 days of non-perishable food and water on hand at all times in the event disaster strikes.
For life threating emergencies call 911.
For non-emergency services, help and information or if you do not see a shelter near you dial 211 call for help.