Hurricane Emergency Information
The safety and health of each visitor to Milledgeville is of critical importance during times of crisis, and Visit Milledgeville continues to actively monitor the latest developments surrounding both Hurricane evacuation and the coronavirus. To assist those visiting Milledgeville during this season, we have consolidated information for local hotels, animal shelters, transportation and emergency management to aid in ensuring the security of every visitor and local alike.
For additional questions, inquiries or direct phone assistance, please contact the Visit Milledgeville team during regular office hours at (478) 452-4687.
Hotels & Lodging
To the best of our knowledge the following document reflects current hotel and campground availability in Milledgeville-Baldwin County. For a listing of all area properties, please visit our lodging tab.
Looking for more than a hotel room? Short term rental properties are available through our partners:
Can’t find what you’re looking for in Milledgeville? Georgia Tourism and its partners are actively updating information on hotel and lodging availabilities throughout the state. In partnership with Expedia, the emergency lodging and hotels page has been activated to provide travelers and evacuees with real-time accommodations availability. It may be accessed at www.expedia.com/Georgia.
Looking for somewhere to keep your furrier family members sheltered? Please review our below list of local shelters and be sure to call ahead to secure your animal’s space.
Animal Hospital Milledgeville: (478) 452-5531
Petite Paradise Pet Resort: (478) 295-1200
Heart of Georgia Animal Care: (478) 452-0200
McWhorter Animal Hospital: (478) 452-6898
Old Capitol Pet Care: (478) 453-9288
For real-time information on road conditions and closures throughout Georgia, please contact the Georgia Department of Transportation 511 hotline at 877.694.2511.
Below are quick links to help find emergency management resources.
As you evacuate, we know you are concerned about staying healthy and the precautions being taken locally to combat the impact of COVID-19. To learn more about how our hospitality industry is working to keep visitors protected, please visit our COVID-19 alert. While in town, our team at Visit Milledgeville encourages you to protect yourself and others by following CDC guidelines while evacuated. To protect yourself, please remember to do the following:
- Practice social distancing - stay at least 6 feet away from other people
- Wear face coverings
- Wash your hands often and use hand sanitizer during transit
- Disinfect high-touch surfaces regularly