News & Announcements
Lee County residents affected by the March 3rd tornado may visit two Disaster Recovery Centers to register for disaster assistance. Centers are open Monday-Sunday from 7am-7pm CST.
Disaster Survivor Assistance teams at these centers can help you:
Register for disaster assistance, update your records and information with FEMA, and make referrals to local, state, and voluntary agency partners.
During this process, specialists will ask for some personal information including:
Social security number, annual income and bank information, and names of occupants of the impacted property.
Locations for the Mobile Centers are:
Providence Baptist Church
2807 Lee Road 166
Opelika, AL 36804
Mt. Olive Baptist Church
784 Lee Road 298
Smiths Station, AL 36877
**ALL RESIDENTS NEEDING ASSISTANCE MUST REGISTER WITH FEMA. IF YOU CANNOT VISIT A CENTER CALL 1-800-621-FEMA.**
Additional information can be found by visiting DisasterAssistance.gov , visiting the Lee County EMA site or by clicking this link.
Fiscal Year 2019 Budget
The County Commission Adopted the Fiscal Year 2019 Budget at a regularly scheduled meeting on September 24, 2018.
The budget can be viewed on the Budget page under the Commission Department tab.