The safety of our employees is a top priority for GDIT. We are monitoring the flooding in Eastern Kentucky and its impact to our employees and operations.
As we monitor the conditions, employees should put safety first when determining whether it is safe to commute to or from work. Please follow the direction of local authorities and check this site for updates
We want to account for the safety of our employees in the affected area. Contact your manager as soon as reasonably possible to report your status. If you can’t reach your manager, contact the emergency response email at emergencyresponse@GDIT.com.
To find a safe place to stay, listen to local officials for evacuation guidance. You can also visit redcross.org or view open shelters through the Red Cross Emergency app.
Anyone planning to evacuate to the shelters should bring:
With the Commonwealth of Kentucky experiencing extreme heat conditions, the commonwealth is opening the following locations as cooling centers starting August 2nd:
Three state parks are open to shelter those who have lost their homes. They are Jenny Wiley, Buckhorn, and Pine Mountain.
In addition, the following locations have also been opened for shelter:
Floyd County Schools announced it would offer meals to families beginning Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Waggin Tails Pet Resort, a pet grooming and boarding service in Letcher County, announced it will be sheltering pets misplaced by the flood.
__Red Cross shelters __are open at:
Kentucky State Police - those with missing someone in Breathitt, Knott, Letcher, or Perry counties should call 606-435-6069.
The Floyd County Community Center is open to victims of the flooding seeking shelter. The community center is located at:
Please remember an Employee Assistance Program is also available for your use. Your EAP can assist with resources to support you and your family. Resources include recovery information, referrals and assistance with the following: