North Alabama emergency contact, shelter and volunteer information

DeKalb County:

Curfew imposed in DeKalb County from 9:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m. This will begin Thursday and continue until further notice.

Franklin County:

The Shoals Salvation Army has set up in Phil Campbell and is feeding all victims and emergency people. The set up is near the fire station. They are giving all their resources. You can drop off donations at the Shoals Salvation Army in Florence.

Limestone County:

Dusk until dawn curfew in place.

Madison County:

Madison County emergency officials are also urging residents to refrain from calling 911 unless lives are at risk. For non-emergency medical issues in Madison County, call 256-427-5525, 256-427-5534 or 256-427-5538.

Madison County has implemented a dusk until dawn curfew. Madison City also has a curfew.

Madison County shelter open at the Good Shelter United Methodist Church on Old Railroad Bed Road in Madison.

Marshall County:

American Red Cross shelter open in Marshall County at the Albertville Recreation Center.

Morgan County:

Emergency officials have set up a phone bank for non-life threatening emergencies.

Call 256-560-6023, 256-560-6108, 256-560-6019, or 256-560-6022

Salvation Army shelter information 256-560-6001. Morgan County volunteer opportunities for Friday 256-560-6002.