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Video from Governor Ivey’s Hurricane Sally update on Thursday, September 17, 2020.
“We are here to let the people of Alabama know we are using every available asset and resource at the state level to support you in recovery and to assure you that we will be there for you as, together, we start rebuilding our homes, businesses and communities over the coming days, weeks and months.” Gov. Kay Ivey
The Governor’s Office is committed to keeping the citizens of Alabama informed about the recovery efforts for Hurricane Sally. This web page is a compilation of resources provided in collaboration with our local, state and federal partners. Due to the rapidly evolving nature of storm related news, please check back frequently for updates. You are also encouraged to follow the governor’s social media accounts for the latest news: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, & YouTube.
On September 20, 2020, President Donald J. Trump granted a Major Disaster Declaration for the state of Alabama triggering the release of federal funds to help people and communities recover from Hurricane Sally that began September 14, 2020, and continuing. Individuals in Baldwin, Escambia, and Mobile Counties, as well as the Poarch Band of Creek Indians, can register with FEMA in the following ways: Apply online at DisasterAssistance.gov, call the registration phone number at 1-800-621-3362 (TTY: 800-462-7585) or download the FEMA App.
2-1-1 Connects Alabama – 211 provides a variety of health and human services including incident specific information in coordination with local emergency services during times of disaster, such as road closures and shelters.