MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WTVA) — Some Alabama residents will have an opportunity to make their homes safer from severe weather.
On Wednesday, Governor Robert Bentley announced hazard mitigation funds are now available in Baldwin, Covington, Dallas, Geneva, Mobile, Monroe, Perry and Pickens County.
In Pickens County, the funds will allow for the construction of individual and community safe rooms.
The $900,000 is part of the federal disaster declaration for Hurricane Isaac in 2012.
Potential applicants will need to contact their county EMA office for assistance in submitting their applications.