A Letter from David Landa, Alto Products Corp. Hope all is well. We are trying to do a little something to give back. We have started production of N95 Mask Shields that are used by hospitals and first responders to help prolong the life of the N95 mask. We donated several thousand to local hospitals… Read more
Beginning Monday, April 13th, Grace Fellowship Church, 1412 East Nashville Avenue in Atmore will begin serving lunches for children up to age 18 years old on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from 11 am until 1 pm or until the food is gone.
As of April 30, Alabama has seen almost 7,000 cases of COVID-19, and experienced the loss of many. Governor Kay Ivey is taking the stance to continue keeping Alabamians at home as much as possible––to prevent spreading the virus to others in the state, and above all, to keep our families safe. In Atmore, our… Read more
Atmore, Alabama is a picturesque town situated at the north edge of Escambia County. A mere 50 miles north of Pensacola, Florida and 54 miles northeast of Mobile, Alabama, this idyllic city is the perfect weekend getaway to explore the adventure and beauty Alabama has to offer. Known as the home of the Poarch Band… Read more
Where We’ve Been What started as a small settlement has grown into the largest city in Escambia County. The city of Atmore began with an entrepreneur named William Larkin Williams who opened a supply facility that would eventually turn into a warm and lively town. By 1866 the area had a name—Williams Station, named after… Read more
The City of Atmore has worked diligently to prepare for possible disaster response activities such as it experienced after hurricanes Ivan and Dennis. A contract is in place to procure disaster debris management services for the City should the need arise. This web page is another part of the strategy of being prepared. Here you… Read more
FEMA Web site: http://www.fema.gov/ Alabama Emergency Management Agency Web Site: http://ema.alabama.gov/ National Hurricane Center, NOAA: http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/ National Weather Service: http://www.weather.gov/ American Red Cross: http://www.redcross.org/mo2
Should we experience a debris generating disaster, it will be important for citizens to sort their debris when placing it curbside for the debris removal crews. The following image is a guide to segregating the debris by type at the curbside. Please avoid placing debris on or close to fire hydrants, mail boxes, water meters,… Read more