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Emergency Information

Emergency Information

Emergency Call Center
Alert Level
LEVEL 1
Are you ready?
The time to prepare is
before a potential disaster hits.

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
CALL 911 OR *HP (*47 from your cell phone)

FOR NON-EMERGENCIES, CALL 211 --- 2-1-1 Brochure

ALDOT Emergency Call Center (when activated) Number
1-888-588-2848

General Emergency Information

Call Center Status Updates

ALDOT Road Conditions

Traffic Information and Cameras

Alabama Welcome Centers and Rest Areas

ALDOT Emergency News Releases and Advisories

ALDOT Division & Districts Map

Hurricane Evacuation Information

I-65 Contraflow Plan

Alabama Hurricane Evacuation Guide
    Email to receive Alabama Hurricane Evacuation Guides

Alabama Hurricane Evacuation Map

Coastal Evacuation Routes

I-65 REVERSE LANE (CONTRAFLOW) OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS

Hurricane Information Call Center Photos

Hurricane-Related News Release Archives

Information and Links

National Information - Important links to national web sites.

NOAA's Extreme Weather Information Sheets - Provide critical evacuation and contact information.

State of Alabama Resources and Links - Important links to Alabama state agencies and emergency personnel.

Alabama County Information - Important contact information listed by Alabama counties.

NOAA Weather Service - Covers various states along the Gulf Coast.

NOAA Alabama Weather Information Sheet

Radio Stations - Stations for weather updates in Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, and Louisiana.  Also includes a list of the NOAA Weather Radio Stations.

I-65 Gas Stations - Gas stations along I-65 between Mobile and Montgomery.

I-10 Gas Stations - Gas stations along I-10 between the Florida and Mississippi state lines.

Hospital Locations - Hospitals located along I-65 North from Mobile to Montgomery.

Alabama Sheriffs - Alabama Sheriffs Offices

Florida Evacuation Routes - County-by-County maps of hurricane evacuation routes from the Florida panhandle.


NEW SAFFIR-SIMPSON HURRICANE WIND SCALE
Beginning with the 2012 hurricane season, NOAA's National Weather Service revamped the hurricane rating system.
The Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale, NOW uses wind speed as its only determining factor.
Category 1 - Winds: 74-95 mph
Very dangerous winds will produce some damage.
Category 2 - Winds: 96-110 mph
Extremely dangerous winds will cause extensive damage.
Category 3 - Winds: 111-129 mph
Devastating damage will occur.
Category 4 - Winds: 130-156 mph
Catastrophic damage will occur.
Category 5 - Winds: 157 mph or higher
Catastrophic damage will occur.