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Dothan Utilities Hurricane Michael - October 13, 2018

Matt Boster

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Posted by: Matt Boster
Date: Oct 13 2018 5:25 PM

Utility damage assessments continue along with significant clearing activities along Oppert Road and in the Garden District area.  Six electric crews have worked diligently with four mutual aid crews from Riviera, Opelika, Sheffield, and Cullman.  Additional support providing essential tree cutting include efforts include the Public Works Street Department, Dothan Utilities Water and Sewer crews, and Dothan Utilities contract tree cutting crews (Asplundh).




Steve with Sheffield Crews:

  • Restored Cloverdale area

  • Continued work in 08-25 area including Kent, Newton, Burdeshaw and Porters (area)


    Micah with Opelika Crews:

  • Restored TV Road area

  • Continued work in 04-22 area including bridge at 3rd Ave. and Haven Dr. including Oppert Rd.


    Lance with Riviera Crews:

  • Restored Shady Brook area

  • Restored Flynn Substation area including Westgate to 431 and North on 431

  • Restored 01-23 area including Young America

  • Continued work in 11-21 area including Westgate and Denton; and 11-25 area including Griffin Dr.



  • Continued work in E. Wilson area

    K.J. and Cullman Crews:

  • Restored Bruner Rd. area

  • Restored Bob Hall, Nottingham, Twin Lakes areas

  • Continued work in Stonebridge area



  • Restored 03-23 (partial) area including downtown and will continue working with additional outages

  • Continued work in Denton area inside RCC


    Public Works, DU Crews and Asplundh (Tree-Cutting Efforts)

  • Oppert Rd.

  • 08-25 inside RCC-all crews

  • Garden District area

  • Miscellaneous tree areas


    Next MAJOR Work Areas

  • 08-23-NW inside RCC, SW inside RCC, W. Main inside RCC

  • 08-27-NW outside RCC, Kent Dr., Pettus St.

    Service trucks continue to work on customer transformers, service taps, and service cuts in smaller, individual areas in efforts to restore service.


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