We will continue to update this page with information on how you can help with the recovery efforts as things change.
Monetary Donations (most essential for School Family Resource Centers)
- Drop off at any FNB or CFSB Bank location.
- Online donation link through FNB Bank: HERE
- By phone with credit or debit card, reference Graves County Schools
- FNB 1-888-934-2536
- CFSB 1-888-226-5669
- Checks can be mailed to:
- Graves County Schools
2290 State Route 121 North
Mayfield, KY 42066
- Please make the checks out to "Graves County Board of Education" with the memo of "Tornado Relief"
MAYFIELD-GRAVES COUNTY TORNADO RELIEF SERVICES
TORNADO RELIEF HOTLINE 270-727-5114
Crisis Hotline - 800.592.3980
Commodity Point of Distribution-1001 Housman Street, Mayfield
Graves County Health Department- 270.247.3553
Transportation Needs- 270.472.0662
Samaritan's Purse- 270.970.3034
American Red Cross-redcross.org/2021tornadoes
FEMA Disaster Recovery Center (Apply for Assistance)
In person: Graves County Library, 601 N. 17th St, Mayfield
By phone: 800.621.3362
Small Business Administration: disasterloanassistance.sba.gov/ela
For more detailed information visit
SERVICIOS DE SOCORRO PARA TORNADOS EN
EL CONDADO DE MAYFIELD-GRAVES
LÍNEA DIRECTA DE ALIVIO PARA TORNADOS
Línea Directa de Crisis- 800.592.3980
Punto de distribución -productos básicos-1001 Housman Street, Mayfield
Departamento de Salud del Condado de Graves- 270.247.3553
Necesidades de Transporte - 270.472.0662
Samaritan's Purse- 270.970.3034
Cruz Roja Americana- redcross.org/2021tornadoes
Centro de recuperación por desastre de FEMA (Solicitar asistencia)
En persona: Biblioteca del condado de Graves 601 N. 17th St, Mayfield
En línea: www.disasterassistance.gov
Por teléfono: 800.621.3362
Administración de Empresas Pequeñas: Disasterloanassistance.sba.gov/ela
Para información más detallada visita
Other Available Relief Sources
Graves County Tornado Relief Hotline
Residents can request assistance through the Graves County Tornado Relief Hotline at 270-727-5114. Community members should use the hotline for help if they do not have food, water, tarps, generators, blankets, or other items. The hotline is operated from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. After hour voicemails are also monitored. Please continue to use 911 for emergencies.
Email Sign-up for Tornado Recovery Information
In cooperation with the Mayfield-Graves County Regional Emergency Operations Center and the Graves County Office of Emergency Management, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) has created an email sign-up page for tornado recovery information.
Information provided to citizens in the tornado corridor is available via email by signing up at https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/KYTC/signup/13651. Please click on the District 1 Tornado Corridor group at the bottom.
Phone Numbers provided from Office of Emergency Management Facebook Live Event 12/28/21:
Red Cross: 1.800.Red.Cross
Open Emergency Shelters: 512.987.8103 or tinyurl.com/2021kentuckyshelter
FEMA: 1.800.621.FEMA(3362) or visit www.disaster.gov
Attorney General’s Office:
Fraud/Scam/Price Gouging Hotline: 888.432.9257 or 502.696.5485
Legal Aid - Paducah Office: 270.442.5518
Four Rivers Behavioral Health
Fuller Center: 1525 Ky-303 (Cuba Road): 270.247.2588
Mon - Fri; 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Offering counseling emergency walk-ins and telehealth services.
Crisis Unit: 1539 Ky-303 (Cuba Road): 1.800.592.3980
Paducah Office: Walk-in/Telehealth: 270.442.7121
Murray Office: Walk-in/Telehealth: 270.753.6622
Volunteer to help homeowners with debris cleanup at 270.216.0903
Mayfield Electric & Water System Questions and Info 270.247.4661
Army Corps of Engineers
Subcontracting: Kristy Fuentes (DRC Emergency Services) 888.721.4372
Tornado Recovery / Emergency Operations Hotline: 270.727.5114
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
After-hours, please leave a message and calls will be returned the next day.
Shelter / Feeding Sites
Kentucky State Parks are providing emergency shelters to distressed people affected by the tornado as well as the American Red Cross, utility crews, and first responders. Families who are in need of emergency housing should contact the State Park directly.
A multi-agency FEMA strike team is assisting families temporarily sheltered at state parks to transition to more permanent housing. Teams have been dispatched to each of the state parks to provide guidance and assistance to individual families as they make that transition.
The Red Cross has assisted with establishing a shelter at the Mayfield First Church of Nazarene at 1200 W. Broadway. For information, please call 573-747-7713. The shelter will also feed families impacted by the storm.
Wingfield Inn in Mayfield has some rooms available for those in need of shelter. To reserve a room, please call 502-871-1437.
If you would like to volunteer in the Mayfield area, call 270-216-0903 or email Mayfieldvolunteer@gmail.com
Supply Donation Drop Off Information: 270-883-0072 or email Mayfielddonations@gmail.com
Mayfield Post Office Temporary Operations
Beginning Tuesday, December 14, 2021, Mayfield customers unable to receive street delivery and PO Box customers may pick up their mail at the Hickory Post Office, located at 1976 State Route 1241, Hickory, KY 42051.
Hours of operation for Mayfield customers to pick up mail and packages at the Hickory Post Office are Monday through Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Hickory Post office is 5.7 miles from Mayfield.
Carriers will attempt street delivery where possible.
To avoid overcrowding at the Hickory Post Office, USPS suggests visiting other nearby post offices for retail transactions. Suggested locations include:
- Sedalia Post Office
1549 State Route 339 E 42079
- Farmington Post Office
8406 State Route 121 S 42040
- Wingo Post Office
93 Lebanon St. 42088
Driving in Mayfield
Access to the downtown area is limited to essential recovery activities only. Please use the KY 121 Bypass, the KY 80 Mayfield South Bypass, and I-69 to move around the city without going through town.