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Posted on: September 14, 2017

[ARCHIVED] HURRICANE IRMA: UPDATE

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HURRICANE IRMA – UPDATE


For continued public advisories and updates, please continue to monitor official Camden County website, the official Facebook pages for Camden County Government and Camden County Emergency Management Agency (EMA). Additionally, you may contact the official Hurricane Irma Information Hotline 1-866-868-4351.  All residents are strongly encouraged to sign up for CodeRED to receive emergency notifications at www.camdencountyga.gov/482/Code-RED


Camden Eligible For Fema Public And Private Assistance

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Post-Irma Shelters

Wind and extraordinary rainfall in most neighborhoods caused wide spread power outages and flooding in all of Camden County. City and county officials are currently assessing the needs and number of residents with severe and immediate temporary housing needs. Local solutions are limited because the same power, water and sewer outages. Local churches are able and willing to establish temporary (24-48 hours) shelters using limited food on hand and portable toilets. Local shelters have been arranged and a list of those locations can be found at http://www.co.camden.ga.us/documentcenter/view/8737.


GEMA Damage Assessment Online Form

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Point of Distribution (POD)

There is a Point of Distribution (POD) for Camden County residents with water, ice, tarps, and shelf stable meal modules at the College of Coastal Georgia - Camden Center, located at 8001 Lakes Blvd in Kingsland Georgia.

 

Storm Debris Collection For The City Of Kingsland

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Boil Water Advisory Lifted For City Of Kingsland

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Georgia Power Storm Damages For Weathermast & Meter Base Customers

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City of Kingsland Launches Mobile Units to Assist Residents with Damage Assessment Form Submissions

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Post-Hurricane Resources

Helpful post-hurricane information can be found on the Coastal Georgia Public Health website, www.gachd.org, including getting rid of mold post-flood; what to do if you are under a boil water advisory; and disinfecting private wells after flooding.


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