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ALEA modifies driver license office hours due to Sally

(WPMI / ALEA) ALEA modifies driver license office hours due to Sally
(WPMI / ALEA){ }ALEA modifies driver license office hours due to Sally

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s (ALEA) Driver License Division began modifying operations on Monday, Sept. 14, in response to Hurricane Sally, which has now been downgraded to a tropical storm. As expected, the storm has brought torrential rain and flooding to the state’s Gulf Coast region, as well as flash flooding to other parts of the state.

“Governor Kay Ivey declared a state of emergency ahead of Hurricane Sally’s anticipated impact on our state. Our agency started preparing on Monday to ensure the safety of Alabama citizens and our Driver License employees in the path of the storm. We apologize for any inconvenience, but the safety of our customers and employees is one of our top priorities,” said ALEA’s Secretary Hal Taylor.

The following offices will be closed due to the storm:

  • Baldwin County Exam Offices: Closed on Wednesday, Sept. 16. Will remain closed on Thursday, Sept. 17.
  • Mobile Exam Office: Closed on Wednesday, Sept. 16. Will remain closed on Thursday, Sept. 17.
  • Brewton Exam Office in Escambia County: Closed on Wednesday, Sept. 16.
  • Butler Exam Office in Choctaw County: Closed on Wednesday, Sept. 16.
  • Andalusia Exam Office in Covington County: Closed on Wednesday, Sept. 16.
  • Eufaula Exam Office in Barbour County: Will be closed on Thursday, Sept. 17.
  • Troy Exam Office in Pike County: Closed at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 16. The office will remain closed on Thursday, Sept. 17.
  • Luverne Exam Office in Crenshaw County: Will be closed on Thursday, Sept. 17.
  • New Brockton Exam Office in Coffee County: Closed at noon on Wednesday, Sept. 16.
  • Dothan Exam Office in Houston County: Closed at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 16. The office will remain closed on Thursday, Sept. 17.
  • Abbeville Exam Office in Henry County: Closed at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 16.
  • Hayneville Exam Office in Lowndes County: Closed at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 16.

Driver License Division employees are working to contact customers who may have had appointments scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday. As Tropical Storm Sally moves across Alabama, ALEA will continue to monitor the weather conditions and adjust operations as necessary.

For additional information concerning ALEA’s Driver License Division and instructions on using such online services as driver license renewal, click here.