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Mamie Locke

Hurricane Florence is moving along the Eastern seaboard. Governor Northam has issued a state of emergency and mandatory evacuation for those living in Zone A areas. Know your zones! . You can use this link for the Virginia Hurricane Evacuation Zone Lookup Tool. The order went into effect 8 a.m., Tuesday, September 11.

You will also need Hurricane Survival Kit. Below is a list of what you might need:

Food and water

Stock a 3-day supply for each family member including pets. Store in sealed, unbreakable containers. Identify the expiration date and replace every six months.

  • Bottled Water - At least 1 gallon daily per person for 3 to 7 days. Don't forget to add water for your pets, too.

  • Water Purification Tablets - These can be ordered at

  • Non-Perishable Foods - At least enough for 3 to 7 days. You may need to make special consideration for infants or the elderly.

  • High-Energy Packaged Foods - Peanut butter, crackers, nuts, raisins and dried fruits, snacks, cookies, etc.

  • Packaged Juices - Cans or Cartons

  • Canned Prepared Meats

  • Canned Prepared Foods

  • Baby Food and Baby Formula

  • Pet Food (Note: Many shelters do not allow pets.)

  • Powdered or Canned Evaporated Milk

  • Special Dietary Needs

Important supplies

  • Toilet Paper and Moist Towelettes

  • Baby Diapers and Wet Wipes

  • Sponges and Paper Towels

  • Soap and Shampoo

  • Toiletries - Toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant

  • Change of Clothing - At least one change for each person

  • Rain Gear - Ponchos, Umbrellas, Boots

  • Blankets, Sleeping Bags and Pillows

  • Flashlights - One flashlight per person with one extra package of batteries each.

  • Battery-Powered Radio - Don't forget extra batteries

  • Alarm Clock

  • Portable Cooler/Ice Chest

  • Bleach - Pure, unscented liquid

  • Can Opener - Hand-operated

  • Utility Knife

  • Pots, Pans, Cooking Spoons

  • Disposable Plates, Cups, Utensils

  • Sterno Cans

  • Butane Lighters and Waterproof Matches - Keep in plastic bags to protect

  • Portable Barbecue Grill or Camping Stove

  • Charcoal and Lighter Fluid or Stove Fuel

  • Pet Carriers, Bowls, Leashes, Chain and Stake

  • Plastic Grocery Bags - You'll use them for everything!

  • Mobile Device Chargers and Power Supplies

Important Documents

  • Driver's License or Photo ID - For each person

  • Important Phone Numbers - Updated address book

  • Home Video/Photos for Insurance

  • Extra Set of Car Keys

  • List of Important Family Information - Serial numbers of medical devices such as pacemakers, etc.

Health Needs

  • Prescription Medication - A two-week supply if possible

  • Doctor and Pharmacy Contact Information

  • Medical Paperwork - Including insurance cards, a copy of all prescriptions and a list of known allergies

  • Pain Relief and Anti-Diarrhea Medications

  • Vitamins

  • First-Aid Kit

  • Sunscreen

  • Insect Repellent

  • Feminine Hygiene Products and Birth Control 




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Campaign Office

2019 Cunningham Drive
Suite 218

Hampton, VA 23666
Phone: 757-224-4415 

Capitol Office

Senator Mamie E. Locke
900 East Main Street
Pocahontas Building
Room E510
Richmond, VA 23219

Mailing Address:
P. O. Box 396
Richmond, VA 23218

Phone: 804-698-7502
Fax: 804-698-7651


Legislative Assistant:
Theressa Parker

District Office

Locke for State Senate
P. O. Box 9048
Hampton, VA 23670
Phone: 757-825-5880
Fax: 757-825-7327