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Alabama Emergency Management Agency

Alabama Emergency Management Agency
Alabama Emergency Management Agency

Alabama Emergency Management Agency
State Office

Brian Hastings, Director
5898 County Rd 41
PO Box 2160
Clanton, AL 35046-2160

Phone: 1-205-280-2312
Email: Info@ema.alabama.gov
Web: ema.alabama.gov

The Alabama Emergency Management Agency (AEMA) serves to keep Alabamians safe from potential disaster and to minimize physical or financial suffering from these events. We provide around-the-clock monitoring of varying conditions throughout the state (weather developments, etc.) and provide the absolute highest standard of safety for Alabama citizens in times of crisis. We coordinate timely emergency assistance to local communities when they are affected by disasters such as tornadoes, floods or hurricanes. In the event of any situation or disaster that escalates beyond local government control, we work on behalf of Alabama citizens to ensure prompt assistance on both the state and federal levels.

At the AEMA, it is our mission to provide preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation programs on an ongoing basis to make sure that the people of Alabama are prepared for the next natural or technological emergency.

Alabama EMA DivisionsEMA Divisions

For the purposes of emergency management, the State of Alabama is divided into seven geographical divisions, ranging from eight to twelve counties respectively. To view the divisions, go to ema.alabama.gov/alabama-ema-division/

County Offices

To locate a specific county EMA office, link to the Alabama EMA website listing at ema.alabama.gov/county-ema-directory/

 

  

 

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