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LEE COUNTY, NC — September 28, 2022 — The Lee County Emergency Management Team has been monitoring Hurricane Ian since its start and preparing for the possibility of an impact to Lee County.

Members of the team met with County Leadership this morning to consider recommendations on immediate actions.  Outside of normal preparations, Emergency Management is not asking citizens to take additional action.  At this time, Emergency Management will continue to monitor for hazards and carry out appropriate actions.  Lee County citizens should continue to monitor the storm and pay attention to information releases from Lee County Emergency Management. 

The public will be notified of potential threats, actions or services by the following means:

  • Lee County Government website
  • Lee County Emergency Services Facebook page
  • Lee County CodeRED public safety alerts
  • Local news outlets

If you are not signed up already, please enroll in our free Lee County CodeRED public safety alerts for critical and time-sensitive communications. Text “ALERTLEENC” to 99411 or visit https://public.coderedweb.com/CNE/en-US/E19987DBDC16 to sign up today.

For assistance with CodeRED or other emergency-related questions, please call the Lee County Emergency Services Department at (919) 718-4670; media inquiries may be directed to Hailey Hall, Clerk to the Board/Communications Specialist at (919) 718-4605 or hhall@leecountync.gov.

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