Hurricane Shelters in the News 5 Area

After the Hurricane; Getting back to Normal (Image 1)

Hurricane Shelters in Mobile County

These Emergency Mass Care Shelters are not listed in any order or priority of opening.  Shelters will be opened based on the situation, as coordinated by the Mobile County EMA and several other agencies. The Medical Needs Shelter at Burns Middle School has specific protocols that must be met before acceptance will be allowed. All guidelines will be disseminated prior to the opening of any shelter along with location and time of operation.

Baker High School
8901 Airport Boulevard, Mobile

Belsaw/Mt. Vernon Elementary School
1650 Gertman Circle, Mt. Vernon

Burns Middle School – Medical Needs only
6175 Girby Rd., Mobile

Causey Middle School
2205 McFarland Rd., Mobile

Collins-Rhodes Elementary School
5110 St. Stephens Rd, Eight Mile

Katrina Damage
Damage near Dauphin Island Parkway from Hurricane Katrina

McDavid-Jones Elementary School
16250 Hwy 45, Citronelle

North Mobile Middle School
1950 Salco Road, Axis

Satsuma High School
One Gator Circle, Satsuma

Semmes Middle School
4566 Ed George Road, Semmes

Theodore High School
6201 Swedetown Road, Theodore

Hurricane Shelters in Baldwin County
Note the type of shelter in each listing. Not all shelters may be opened for any given storm.

Bay Minette Middle School – Mass Care
1311 West 13th Street
Bay Minette, AL 36507

Daphne East Elementary School – Mass Care
26651 County Road 13
Daphne, AL 36526

Baldwin County Coliseum – Mass Care/ADPH Medical Needs
19477 Fairground Road
Robertsdale, AL 36567
(Collocates individuals who have physical or mental conditions requiring limited medical/nursing oversight as well as individuals who require electricity to sustain life support functions.)

Fairhope Satellite Courthouse – Electrical Support
1100 Fairhope Avenue
Fairhope AL, 36532
(Only for those requiring electricity to sustain life support functions)

Foley Satellite Courthouse – Electrical Support
201 East Section Street
Foley, AL 36535
(Only for those requiring electricity to sustain life support functions)

Baldwin County Level II – Electrical Support
207 North White Avenue
Bay Minette, AL 36507
(Only for those requiring electricity to sustain life support functions)

Hurricane Shelters in Escambia County, Florida
All are in Pensacola except for Northview High School. Not all shelters may be opened for any given storm.

Blue Angels Elementary School
1551 Dog Track Road

Ferry Pass Middle School
8355 Yancey Avenue

Global Learning Academy
100 North P Street

Jim Bailey Middle School
4110 Bauer Road

Lipscomb Elementary School
10200 Ashton Brosnaham Road

Marie Young Community Center
6405 Wagner Road

Molino Park Elementary School- Pet Shelter
899 Highway 97

Northview High School
4100 West Highway 4, Century

Pensacola Bay Center
201 East Gregory Street

hurricane damage
Hurricane Ivan damage to boats in Pensacola.

Pensacola High School
500 West Maxwell Street

Tate High School
1717 Tate School Road

University of West Florida
11000 University Parkway

Warrington Middle School
450 South Old Corry Field Road

West Florida High School- Special Needs Shelter
Pre-Registration Recommended
2400 Longleaf Drive

Hurricane Shelters in Santa Rosa County, Florida
Not all shelters may be opened for any given storm.

Avalon Middle School- Pet Friendly Shelter
5445 King Arthurs Way, Milton

Bennett C. Russell Elementary – Special Needs Shelter
3740 Excalibur Way, Milton

bridge destruction
I-10 bridge sections destroyed east of Pensacola after Hurricane Ivan’s storm surge.

Chumuckla Community Center
2355 Highway 182, Jay

Jay High School
3741 School Road, Jay

Milton Community Center
5629 Byrom St, Milton

S. S. Dixon School
5540 Education Dr, Pace

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