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Storm shelters open across central, south AL

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For those residents needing to seek shelter in the event of severe weather, here is a list of storm shelters open in counties across our area:

Autauga County

  • Boones Chapel
  • Posey’s Crossroads Baptist Church
  • Bullock County
  • Bullock County Courthouse

Chilton County

  • East Chilton County Fire Station number one
  • Jemison storm shelter- West Chilton Fire station number one

Coffee  County

  • Enterprise High School

Elmore County

  • Deatsville Fire Department
  • Shoal Creek Baptist Church
  • St. James Family Worship
  • First Presbyterian- Wetumpka
  • Old Country Courthouse
  • Redland Baptist Church
  • Wetumpka Police Department
  • Town of Eclectic- First Baptist
  • Town of Eclectic Courtroom
  • City of Tallassee-City Hall
  • City of Tallassee- Police Department
  • Town of Elmore- Fire Station 2
  • Town of Elmore Penny Parkway
  • Town of Elmore Hwy 143
  • Millbrook Baptist Church

Lee County

  • Waverly Community Center located @ 2094 Patrick Street in Waverly
  • Providence Baptist Church located @ 2807 Lee Road 160 Opelika
  • Southern Union Business & Technology located@1701 Lafayette Parkway, Opelika
  • Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine located @ 1130 Wire Road, Auburn
  • Ralph Brown Draughon Library located @ 231 Mell Street, Auburn

Montgomery County

Working to establish shelters for residents. Encouraging residents to go to community centers during a tornado warning at this time.

Pike County

  • City of Troy- Troy Recreational City
  • City of Brudidge Brundidge United Methodist Church- Main Street
  • Salem Baptist church   Main street
  • Troy students- Student center/ Sartain Hall

Tallapoosa County

  • Tallapoosa County Courthouse in Dadeville
  • New Site Fire Station Basement 
  • Alexander City, City Hall
  • Baptist Church in Daviston
  • City Hall in Tallassee

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