» The City of Dothan and Houston County have imposed an open-ended curfew. Storm event spokesperson Chris Etheredge said residents will be notified the curfew has been lifted once officials deem it is safe to move around the area.
» Curfews are also in place for Geneva County (until at least 8 a.m. Thursday) and the City of Headland (began at 2 p.m. Wednesday)
» Widespread, long-duration power outages are expected. Dothan Utility customers can report outages by calling 334-615-3302. An automated system is in place for those whose phone numbers are connected to their account numbers. Officials urge residents to report an outage just once and understand that power may be out for a long period of time. Only 21 lines are live, so residents should expect busy signals during peak outage times.
» Shelters/comfort stations currently open include: Cornerstone Church, 2685 John D. Odom Road; The Harbor, 320 N. Foster St.; First Baptist Church, West Main Street, Dothan; Memphis Baptist Church, 4595 Eddins Road, Dothan; Wiregrass Church, West Main Street, Dothan; Westgate Recreation Center, Recreation Drive, Westgate Park, Dothan; Daleville Cultural and Convention Center, 750 S. Daleville Ave.; Enterprise High School, 1801 Boll Weevil Circle, Enterprise; Purpose and Promise Ministries, Magnolia Avenue, Geneva; Saint Elizabeth's, McDougald Street, Geneva.
» RV hookups are currently available at Center Stage Alabama, 11295 U.S. Highway 231 South; and Taylor Town Hall, 1469 State Highway 605.
» Residents who need to check on the status of a family member or loved one who may have sought shelter are asked to call 2-1-1. A roster of those seeking shelter is being kept.
» Volunteers are desperately needed for shelters/comfort stations: To volunteer, text name, number and times available to volunteer to 334-245-3341. Someone will contact you.
» Residents are urged to call 911 for significant emergencies only and use 211 for informational calls.
» Plant Farley has reduced power to both reactors.