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Mobile County Emergency Management Agency

ANNOUNCEMENTS

National Hurricane Preparedness Week: May 5-11, 2024

Mobile County collaborates with the National Weather Service in Mobile to provide timely information to our communities. Despite advancements in forecasting, predicting weather remains an imprecise science (predicting specific details of weather events, such as the exact timing, intensity, or location, is challenging and may have some degree of uncertainty or variability). Citizens of Mobile County should remain vigilant and prepared for adverse weather conditions, such as severe storms, hurricanes, or floods.

Being proactive in emergency planning and staying informed through reliable sources can contribute to the safety and well-being of you and your family. Over the next five days, we will help you understand our severe weather warnings and what you need to do during such an event. We will do this via our social media accounts. Follow Us There!!

 

Be ready for hurricane season. Take action TODAY to be better prepared for when the worst happens. Understand your risk from hurricanes, and begin pre-season preparations now. Make sure you have multiple ways of receiving forecasts and alerts, and know what to do before, during, and after a storm.

https://www.noaa.gov/hurricane-prep

WELCOME TO MCEMA

Established in 1952 in response to Federal, State, and local guidelines, the Mobile County Commission passed a resolution on June 8, 1987, that made the Mobile County Emergency Management Agency (MCEMA) the office of government to act for the emergency planning district in Mobile County.

MCEMA has the primary responsibility for development of plans for our citizens and their property in the event of any emergencies that may affect our county.

Please review the links above to discover the information we have available as you prepare for  and learn more about hazards that may affect this area. You will find plans for family and business disaster, flood insurance information, evacuation routes, cutting edge research about tornado damage, discussions of hazardous materials, port security, wildfire response and much more!

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