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Hurricane Sally Updates-Curfew Change and Real Time Map Available

Sep 17th, 2020

Posted in: Mayor


The City of Mobile is extending its curfew. Tonight’s curfew will begin at 9 p.m. and will end at 6 a.m. A copy of the new curfew can be found here

Due to Hurricane Sally, making landfall on September 15, 2020, the City of Mobile is coordinating the collection and removal of disaster debris. DRC Emergency Services, LLC will begin debris collection and removal on Monday September 21,2020. Residents are asked to separate disaster debris into three piles: 

  • Construction and Demolition; 
  • Trees, limbs, and brush; 
  • Household hazardous waste  

Please place the debris piles at the curb in the public right-of-way in front of your home.  If properly separated, it will be picked up by crews and disposed of. There is no limit to the amount of debris and no cost for City residents. For further information, call 888-721-4DRC (4372).  

Citizens can view areas with fallen trees and downed powerlines in real time. The City of Mobile has created a map for citizens to view areas that have been deemed “damaged sites” due to fallen trees and downed powerlines. The real time information is being updated throughout the day. If you see an area that has fallen trees and downed powerlines that is not listed on the map, please contact 311. Currently the map can be viewed only by Andriod devices and any computer. iOS devices (iphones) are not supported at this time. The map can be viewed by clicking here