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
FEMA: Camden County Eligible For FEMA Assistance
Camden County is now part of a federally declared disaster and residents may be eligible for assistance. Camden County is working together with FEMA to bring disaster support assistance to impacted residents. FEMA teams will travel to affected areas and work individually with residents needing assistance. ALL FEMA STAFF WILL WEAR OFFICIAL BADGES.
Visit DisasterAssistance.gov to begin applying for FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency Individual Assistance. The online registration process will take 18-20 minutes. Please note that the FEMA Code for Georgia Hurricane Irma is DR-4338
GEMA Damage Assessment Online Form
Storm Debris Collection For The City Of Kingsland
Boil Water Advisory Lifted For City Of Kingsland
Georgia Power Storm Damages For Weathermast & Meter Base Customers
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. Shelters have been arranged and a list of those locations can be found at
City of Kingsland Launches Mobile Units to Assist Residents with Damage Assessment Form Submissions
Point of Distribution (POD)
At this time, we are not aware of any existing Point of Distribution (PODs) locations for Camden County. All available supplies have been distributed. We will update this page if more locations and supplies are made available. The City of Kingsland would like to express our sincere appreciation and gratitude to the Georgia Air National Guard for their help and support.
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.