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Rockdale County road closures

COUNTY ROAD CLOSURES:The city of Conyers has closed the Parker Road Bridge. RCSO has closed Stanton Road at Rolling Hills Trail.WARNING: Weather Forecasts indicate the ice WILL GET WORSE during the day today. Roads are getting very bad as of this posting. Additional ice is expected within the next few hours to make conditions worse. The RCSO is issuing the following warning: DO NOT DRIVE – STAY OFF THE ROADWAYS!Persons are asked to STAY OFF THE ROADWAYS and to NOT DRIVE. Please remain off all roadways within Rockdale County as the conditions of ice on the roadways will become extremely dangerous. Please monitor your local weather station for continued updates on this major weather system.If you need emergency assistance, please dial 9-1-1 and allow emergency personnel to respond to your location. Use Caution: Watch for downed lines – DO NOT APPROACH any downed lines – LIVE WIRES contain deadly amounts of electricity. Parents should warn children to stay clear of any power lines that they may see, and to report back if they do see power lines down. Parents are urged to check areas before allowing children to play in areas where lines may be down. Call 9-1-1 to report downed lines. The RCSO will continue to provide regular updates throughout the day as to the status and condition of the county, including roadways, power outages, and calls for service for all public safety. RCSO Weather Alert/WARNING - DO NOT DRIVE – STAY OFF THE ROADWAYSIf you need emergency assistance - DIAL 9-1-1.

GEMA: Shelters open to aid storm victims

(ATLANTA) -- As winter weather conditions through the upper half of Georgia continue to worsen, the Georgia Emergency Management Agency/Homeland Security (GEMA) in coordination with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Georgia National Guard, Georgia Department of Human Services, the American Red Cross, Salvation Army and other organizations and local governments, are opening shelters to aid those displaced or stranded by the storm.The National Weather Service (NWS) is reporting freezing temperatures across most of north Georgia to include the Atlanta metro area. It is expected to dip below freezing as far south as La Grange to Thomaston to Macon to Dublin and Swainsboro by late this morning. There are dozens of shelters now open or on standby at area Red Cross facilities, DNR state parks and National Guard facilities. The primary purpose is to provide residents with a warm safe place to stay and as many necessities as possible to help them ride out the dangerous wintery conditionsWe strongly urge citizens to stay where they are if at all possible. However, if they must seek shelter, they are encouraged to bring these recommended items:

  • Change of clothing
  • Blankets, Sleeping bags, Pillows
  • Hygiene or sanitary products
  • Prescriptions and over-the-counter medication
  • Baby food/formula, diapers, wipes, teething gel, ointment

Do not bring:

  • Firearms
  • Illegal drugs and alcohol

To help Georgians find the nearest shelter option, GEMA has created a map with real-time information. To find a shelter nearest your location, log on to www.gema.ga.gov, and click on the Latest Emergency Information link, or use the American Red Cross Shelter app.To learn about the recommended items you should have on-hand to shelter in place, visit www.ready.ga.gov.

Dekalb opens additional warming centers

DeKalb to Open Two Additional Warming Centers TUCKER –The DeKalb Emergency Management Agency announces two additional warming centers will open today, Feb. 12, 2013 at noon for those that need a temporary reprieve from the current weather conditions. The two locations are at the Tucker Recreation Center, 4898 LaVista Rd, Tucker, GA 30084, and the Gresham Park Recreation Center, 3113 Gresham Rd SE, Atlanta, GA 30316.  This is in addition to the warming center at the DeKalb County Jail at 4415 Memorial Drive, Decatur, GA 30032, which is already available. DeKalb County has not opened any overnight shelters at this time.County administrative offices, including other Parks and Recreation facilities, senior centers, water billing offices, Recorders Court and other administrative divisions are closed today. Power outages can be reported to Georgia Power at 888-660-5890 (residential customers) and 888-655-5888 (commercial customers).  Snapping Shoals EMC customers can call 770-786-3484, press option “1”.

County residents are urged to use extreme caution and check their local news for updates regarding severe weather. Tips for getting through cold weather safely and a listing for non-emergency numbers for various county departments are available at www.dekalbcountyga.gov.

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