The Hurricane Florence Information Line (910-678-7657) and the phones in the Emergency Operations Center and Joint Information Center IS BACK ONLINE and fully functional.
Latest Video Updates
Track the Cape Fear River as it rises here:
One Mile Evacuation Interactive Map
Residents can use one of two apps now to determine if they are within one mile of the banks of the Cape Fear or the Little Rivers and under a mandatory evacuation due to impending flooding. Residents can go to either http://bit.ly/CapeFear1mileMap or http://arcg.is/D1eGO and enter their address to find out if they should evacuate.
Get Push Notifications - Download the City's App to Your Smartphone
Social Media Links
- City of Fayetteville, NC Government (Facebook)
- City of Fayetteville (Twitter)
- City of Fayetteville YouTube Channel (YouTube)
- Cumberland County NC - Emergency Services (Facebook)
- Fayetteville Police Department (Facebook)
- National Hurricane Center (Facebook)
- National Hurricane Center (Twitter)
- National Weather Service - Raleigh (Facebook)
- National Weather Service - Raleigh (Twitter)
- Ready (Facebook)
- Ready (Twitter)
Get Prepared Links
- Get Prepared
- When to Go and Stay
- Disabilities, Access, and Functional Needs
- Gather Supplies (Go Bag and Emergency Kit)
NCDOT Road Status Database
The North Carolina Department of Transportation is maintaining a Road Status Database on the website.
At their website, you can learn the current status of road closures for state maintained roads within the vicinity of Fayetteville.
- American Red Cross
- Cape Fear Amateur Radio Society
- Disaster Recovery Journal
- Emergency Management Institute
- Extreme Heat
- Federal Emergency Management Agency
- FEMA Law Associates, PLLC
- Fire Safety
- Floods & Flash Floods
- Hurricane & Storm Tracking
- Hurricane Preparedness
- National Weather Service
- NC Department of Public Safety - Emergency Management
- NC Emergency Management Association
- NC K9 Emergency Response Team
- NC Storm Track
- The Weather Channel
- U.S. Fire Administration
- Wildland Fires
- WRAL - TV Weather
Other Apps & Services
Get information about severe incidents by signing up for our Cumberland Alerts notification system. The Cumberland Alerts system enables us to provide you with critical information related to incidents such as severe weather, evacuations, protective actions, etc. You will receive time-sensitive messages wherever you specify, such as your home, mobile or business phones, email address, text messages and more. You pick where, you pick how. Sign-up now!
For more information on how to ensure your family is disaster ready, go to ReadyNC.org or download the free ReadyNC app. The app is available for both iPhone and Android devices and features real time weather, traffic and shelter information.
Download the free FEMA app and receive alerts from the National Weather Service: Receive severe weather alerts for up to five locations across the U.S.