“As we face additional rain storms, residents with damaged roofs may decide they would rather get somewhere dry,” he said. “It is also there for those who have been without power or services for several days and need shelter for a couple of nights until power returns.”
The shelter is open to anyone in Catoosa County affected by the storm and needs assistance.
They are serving meals three times a day.
For more information call, the Catoosa County and Ringgold help line: 706-965-7138 or 706-965-7139.
In an effort to better facilitate clean-up Catoosa County and Ringgold are beginning the process of securing contractors to assist the governments with debris removal, according to Catoosa County manager Mike Helton.
“Contractors interested in bidding for debris removal in the city or county make check the respective governmental websites for more information or visit catt.com,” he said.