- Foley City Hall is open. The number is 943-1545. The library, welcome center, museums and Graham Creek Nature Preserve Visitor Center are closed. Most will be closed for the rest of the week.
- Garbage pickup is on a new schedule this week. Monday – southeast quadrant of the city, Tuesday, northeast quadrant of the city, Wednesday – northwest quadrant of the city and Thursday, southwest quadrant of the city. Recycle service is suspended for now as the company that processes this was heavily damaged.
- Foley does not have a curfew.
- Baldwin EMC reports that in the Foley area about 500 meters remain without service. They assure customers that they are working hard and are almost there.
- Riviera Utilities reports that almost 2,500 customers in the Foley area are still without service. They also recommend that residents continue to boil water for human consumption. Local and out of town crews continue to work long hours to restore service.
- On Monday, Sept. 21, debris contractors in Foley picked up 4,323.9 cubic tons of debris from Foley neighborhoods. There were 24 trucks in the operation. Please sort piles into separate types such as vegetative, construction & demolition, appliances and furniture. Please see graphic.
- On Monday, Sept. 21 the POD at the Foley Sportsplex serviced 988 cars. 13 pallets of MREs, 8.5 pallets of water and 7 pallets of ice were distributed.
- Check the City of Foley Municipal Facebook page for updates on water, ice, tarp and MRE distribution.
- For a list of area restaurants that are currently open, please click here.
- Hours for local grocery stores today and probably the next few days are: Publix 7 am – 6 pm; Winn Dixie 7 am – 6 pm; Piggly Wiggly is open from 8 am – 6 pm. Walmart is open but has limited food at this time due to damages.
FEMA – Baldwin County has been approved by FEMA for Individual and Public assistance to those impacted by Hurricane Sally. There are three ways to register with FEMA before the assistance process can begin:
- Call 1-800-621-3362
- Register online at www.disasterassistance.gov
- FEMA app on your cell phone
- Baldwin County is under a burn ban until Oct. 31.
- Intersections without a working traffic signal should be treated as a 4-way stop.
- Baldwin County Schools will remain closed until Sept. 31.