Okay, it's after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Albany's storm curfew is in effect. So what can you do?
Albany officials said the curfew, which runs from 7 p.m. Tuesday to 7 a.m. Wednesday, will be enforced on a case-by-case basis.
If you have specific questions, contact the non-emergency call numbers at (229) 483-6226, (229) 483-6227 or (229) 483-6228.
Here are some of the most frequently-asked questions we have received:
Should I drive on roads where storm damage is?
Can I drive at all?
Yes, if you need to.
I need to work past 7 p.m. Can I do that?
Will I get arrested for driving past 7 p.m. in Albany?
Probably not, as long as you aren't doing anything illegal.
I need to buy things like food for my family. Can I do that?
If you need to, yes. But remember the store you're thinking of may be closed.
But really everyone, just stay home and avoid everything outside. It's better that way.
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