Home Depot Hurricane Command Center

Home Depot Activates Hurricane Command Center in Response to Harvey and Irma

September 07, 2017

As Hurricane Irma makes landfall, The Home Depot is working around the clock to support coastal communities in the path of the storm.

On August 26, The Home Depot activated its Disaster Response Command Center at its Store Support Center in Atlanta. There, the company’s merchandising, operations and supply chain teams are working to continuously move truckloads of product to stores on the Florida coast.

The Command Center also continues to support our associates and communities impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

 Click here for updates on store closures and openings.

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