By definition, an Emergency Management Agency is responsible for comprehensively planning for and responding to and recovering from all manner of disasters, whether man-made or natural.   Perry County’s First Responders are dedicated to saving lives every day.

Emergency Management Office: Perry County, Tennessee

 

 

The Perry County Communications District E-911 Board meets the second Tuesday of each month, 6:00 p.m.,  at the Perry County Chamber of Commerce and Welcome Center, across from City Hall, Main St. Public is invited.

 Call 911 in case of emergency

 

Call or text   911  for emergencies only!

Otherwise, call 931-589-3900 or 931-589-3911

Emergency Management

 

By definition, an Emergency Management Agency is responsible for comprehensively planning for and responding to and recovering from all manner of disasters, whether man-made or natural.   Perry County’s First Responders are dedicated to saving lives every day.

 

The Office of Emergency Management is tasked with administering and directing a program of comprehensive Emergency Management and Homeland Security issues designed to reduce the vulnerability of citizens and communities of this County to damage, to injury and to loss of life and property by providing a system for the mitigation of, preparedness for, response to and recovery from natural or man-made disasters.

The Office of Emergency Management also encourages you to sign up to receive Emergency Alerts. Click on the "Sign up for" image and you can register your home and/or cell phone numbers to receive weather warnings, disaster information or other Code Red alerts that are important to saving lives in the event of disasters.  

The Office of Emergency Management reminds everyone to Be Prepared. Have a Plan. Have a Kit. Get Trained.

 

When disaster strikes, how will you be notified of potential emergencies? The CodeRED solution will provide you the easy and reliable notification tools you need to be prepared. Learn more today!

 


Sign up for Code Red emergency alerts

 

 

Register for CodeRED Alerts

  1. Use your Google, Facebook or Twitter credentials to create an account for a quick log-in process.
  2. Include multiple points of contact to ensure public safety officials will be able to reach you in an emergency.
  3. Opt-in to receive general notifications to receive community bulletins.
  4. Make sure you keep this information up to date, especially if you move.
  5. Need step-by-step instructions? View our registrations guide.

pdfVIEW GUIDE


Perry County Rescue Squad 

As a member of the Tennessee Association of Rescue Squads, an Association of Life Saving, Rescue, and First Aid Units with members organized, trained, and equipped for various types of rescue and first aid work, the Perry County Rescue Squad members voluntarily give of their time and effort without compensation to the development of accident prevention and first aid procedures, the widespread education of the public in such procedures, and to the necessary rescue and first aid work for the relief of their fellow men.

Perry County’s emergency needs are served by a dedicated team of volunteers and professionals who coordinate with the all-volunteer Rescue Squad and the Fire Departments of Linden and Lobelville.  These First Responders commit to intensive ongoing training to prepare for the emergencies that we face in our community – whether they are health, fire, accidents, weather-related or natural disasters.

Perry County Rescue Squad
300 Venture 
Linden, TN 37096

Phone: (931) 589-2220
Fax: (931) 589-6913

Department Type: Volunteer
Number of Stations: 1
Firefighting Personnel
Full-Time Paid Firefighters: 0
Part-Time Paid Firefighters: 0
Volunteers: 20

 Tennessee Association of Rescue Squads


Perry County Rescue Squad

 


Related Links:

 

Make your voice be heard!

Address.

Linden City Hall
216 E. Main St.
P.O. Box 26
Linden TN 37096.

Hours/Telephone.

Hours: 7:30 am to 4 pm
(931) 589-2736

Smart Search of Site

Utilities Emergency.

After hours utilities emergency:
(931) 589-3900