(WDHN) — The State of Alabama is holding its ninth annual Severe Weather Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday this upcoming weekend and several southeast counties will be participating.
Between Friday, Feb. 21, and Sunday, Feb. 23, counties and municipalities can provide exemption for covered items.
These items (most of which are $60 or less) include certain types of batteries, weather radios, portable chargers, tarps, bungee cords and ropes, duct tape, and first aid kits, etc.
Pike, Barbour, and Coffee counties are participating in the tax-free weekend as well as the cities of Enterprise, Geneva, Troy, and Opp. To see whether your area is participating, visit the Alabama Department of Revenue’s Alabama Severe Weather Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday website.