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Storm shelters in the Madison area

There are a few storm shelters in the Madison area and throughout Madison County. In the event of severe weather the storm shelters at Asbury Church in Madison and Harvest will be open if and when a tornado watch is issued.
The shelter on the Madison campus on Hughes Road is located in the building 2 basement by the playground.
The shelter at the Harvest campus is located at 8089 Wall Triana Hwy.
Pets must be crated. Masks are required and social distancing is encouraged.
The shelter at Madison Church of Christ is no longer serving as a public storm shelter.
Click here to download a list of other shelters in Madison County.
Below is a list of storm shelters in Limestone County. Pets are not allowed unless they are registered service animals.

ARDMORE CITY HALL   25844 Main St., Ardmore, Tennessee 38449

ARDMORE COMMUNITY SHELTER    29910 Park Avenue, Ardmore, AL  35739

ARK OF PROMISE COMMUNITY SHELTER  (Ark of Promise Church)  15159 Browns Ferry Rd., Athens, AL  35611

CLEMENTS COMMUNITY SHELTER  (Clements Volunteer Fire Dept.)  9158 U.S. Hwy. 72 W., Athens, AL 35611

COWFORD COMMUNITY SHELTER  (Corner of Cowford Rd. and Grover Dr.)  14008 Grover Dr., Athens, AL  35611

ELKMONT COMMUNITY SHELTER  (Elkmont Volunteer Fire Dept.)  19663 Sandlin Rd., Elkmont, AL  35620

GOOD SHEPHERD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH  1418 Old Railroad Bed Rd., Madison, AL  35757

GOODSPRINGS COMMUNITY SHELTER (Goodsprings Volunteer Fire Dept.)   33634 AL Hwy. 99, Anderson, AL 35610

LESTER COMMUNITY SHELTER (Lester Post Office)  30306 Lester Rd., Lester, AL 35647

OWENS COMMUNITY SHELTER (Owens Volunteer Fire Dept.)  17196 Glaze Rd., Athens, AL  35611

OWENS SHELTER  (Former Owens Elementary School)  21465 AL Hwy. 99, Athens, AL 35611

PINE RIDGE COMMUNITY SHELTER  10078 Settle Rd., Athens, AL  35611

PISGAH COMMUNITY SHELTER (Oak Grove-Thach Volunteer Fire Dept.)    27718 McKee Rd., Toney, AL  35773

PLEASANT GROVE COMMUNITY SHELTER (Pleasant Grove Volunteer Fire Dept.)  9080 Upper Snake Road, Athens, AL 35614

WEST LIMESTONE HIGH SCHOOL SHELTER (Open to the public after school hours only)  10945 School House Rd., Lester, AL 35647

WOOLEY SPRINGS COMMUNITY SHELTER (Wooley Springs Baptist Church)  26069 AL Hwy. 251, Elkmont, AL  35620

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