Cleveland-Bradley County Office of Emergency
Management & Homeland Security (EMA)
The Cleveland-Bradley County Office of Emergency Management & Homeland Security is an independent department of the Bradley County Government, responsible for emergency management activities in Bradley County, and the cities of Cleveland and Charleston, reporting to the Bradley County Mayor.
The mission of the Cleveland-Bradley County Office of Emergency Management & Homeland Security is to provide the highest level of emergency preparedness to the citizens of Cleveland and Bradley County as they face new challenges in the 21st century. Working as inter-agency coordinators in partnership with local, state, federal, and private entities, we seek to provide comprehensive emergency response, hazard planning, and disaster mitigation to Cleveland and Bradley County.
Disasters can strike at anytime and anywhere. They may take many forms, whether a hurricane, a tornado, a flood, a fire or a hazardous spill, an act of nature, or an act of terrorism. They may build over days or weeks, or may happen without any warning. Every year, millions of Americans face disasters and their terrifying consequences. Quite often, Bradley County residents have become victims of these events. Our hope is that you will find this site useful in finding information that can help prepare you and your family on the types of emergencies and hazards that our community may face. Please feel free to email or call our office at (423) 728-7289 if you have questions concerning these topics, and our staff will be happy assist you.
Storm Safe Ready Room Locations
Bradley Fire Station #11: Minnis Road
365 Minnis Rd, Cleveland, Tn 37323
Bradley Fire Station #12: Dalton Pike at Waterville
3715 Dalton Pike, Cleveland, Tn 37323
Bradley Fire Station #13: Georgetown Road at Hopewell
5345 Georgetown Rd NW, Cleveland, Tn 37312
Walker Valley High School (No Pets)
750 Lauderdale Memorial Hwy, Cleveland, Tn 37312
Public notification of the activation of our Storm Safe Ready Rooms will be through the emergency alert notification system. To receive these alerts, follow the instructions below.
Cleveland-Bradley County Emergency Management Agency utilizes several methods to communicate valuable community information directly to residents using the latest technology. It is the responsibility of the Emergency Management Agency to notify the public of actual or impending large-scale incidents. Our duty is to inform the public of what the actual situation is, what they need to do to stay safe, and what emergency responders are doing to help the situation. These services are secure, reliable, and easy to use.
We utilize a state-of-the-art product to send notifications to the public. Residents of Bradley County and those in neighboring communities can immediately begin receiving pertinent information by signing up via one of the two following methods:
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