Storm Shelters in Dothan, AL
Mon-Sat: 6:00am – 9:00pm
Sun: 8:00am – 7:00pm
About Dothan, Alabama
Dothan, Alabama, is located in Houston County, is in the southeastern corner of Alabama, is approximately 20 miles west of the Georgia state line and 16 miles north of Florida, and has a total estimated population of 65,520 people. The city has experienced 142 tornadoes since 1950. Dothan is at high risk for tornado activity, with an average of 2 tornadoes per year, typically resulting in no fatalities.
The majority of K-12 students in Dothan and Houston County attend Dothan City Schools, or Houston County Schools. Others attend local private schools such as Houston Academy, Providence Christian School, Northside Methodist Academy, Emmanuel Christian School, or Westgate Christian School. Dothan is the home of two hospitals: Southeast Alabama Medical Center is the city’s only public hospital, and is located on the city’s southeastern side. Flowers Hospital is a private hospital situated on Dothan’s western side. The largest Christian denomination in Dothan is the Southern Baptist church. Agriculture is the largest industry, though retail sales and restaurants have experienced a rapid growth in recent years. Although peanut production remains a mainstay of the agricultural sector, cotton is gaining in importance. Tomato production is locally significant as well, especially in the nearby town of Slocomb, which styles itself “the Tomato Capital of the World”. The people of Dothan enjoy one of the lowest costs of living in the country, and the lowest cost of living in the state of Alabama.
Storm Shelters in Dothan, AL available at The Home Depot
3489 Ross Clark Circle
Dothan, AL 36303