Bilingual operators are available to help both English and Spanish speakers utilize this new service during this event.
“We are really excited about this hotline,” said EMA Director Mark Crews. “Citizens from all across the county can call the Camden County Emergency Management Line and get information regardless of the storm conditions here in Camden County. Hurricane Irma will not prevent residents from getting answers to their storm-related questions.”
The National Hurricane Center forecasts Hurricane Irma will bring heavy rainfall and potential tornadoes to the Southeastern Region of the State of Georgia. Please continue to monitor the progress of the hurricane through the National Weather Service and the National Hurricane Center. Regular updates will also be posted to the Camden County website and our Facebook pages for Camden County Government and Camden County EMA. Please sign up for CodeRED to receive emergency notifications.