The National Weather Service in Huntsville is excited to offer 4 fully-accessible weather workshop classes for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community in the next few months and would like for you to join us, even if it’s not within your county. Our classes may only be in Morgan and Madison Counties, however the residents are from across the TN Valley.
Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB) will be hosting at their offices and Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services (ADRS) will be providing ASL interpreters and Captioning services.
Next month, there will be a brand new Winter Weather Workshop!
December 12th 6-8pm at the AIDB Huntsville Regional Center
December 13th 6-8pm at the AIDB Decatur Regional Center
In February, we will switch gears to a Severe Weather Workshop.
February 6th 6-8pm at the AIDB Huntsville Regional Center
February13th 6-8pm at the AIDB Decatur Regional Center
The mission of the Limestone County Emergency Management Agency is to coordinate mitigation and preparedness activities prior to a disaster and to coordinate response and recovery efforts in the event of a disaster in Limestone County. Our all hazards approach includes threats from tornadoes, floods, and other weather emergencies, as well as man-made or technological hazards such as nuclear power plant emergencies and acts of terrorism. Planning, ongoing training and teamwork have been the key to a quick response and successful recovery from disasters that have impacted our community in the past. Limestone County EMA is committed to working with local, state and federal agencies to provide to the most comprehensive emergency management program possible to the citizens of Limestone County.