Muscadine Emergency Services

Find Muscadine Alabama emergency services departments and agencies. Emergency services provide information on emergency management, preparedness and medical response, including public safety, fire prevention and medical treatment.


Polk County Emergency Services 1700 Rockmart Highway Cedartown GA 30125 21.7 miles from Muscadine 770-748-7843


Oxford Emergency Services 145 Hamric Drive East Oxford AL 36203 27.2 miles from Muscadine 256-831-4421

Austell City Emergency Services 5300 Austell Powder Springs Road Southwest Austell GA 30106 43.0 miles from Muscadine 770-944-4322

Fulton County Emergency Services 5601 Stonewall Tell Rd Atlanta GA 30349 48.8 miles from Muscadine 770-306-3105

Cobb County Emergency Services 3862 Cherokee Street Northwest Kennesaw GA 30144 50.1 miles from Muscadine

Atlanta Emergency Services 1040 Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard Southwest Atlanta GA 30310 55.4 miles from Muscadine 404-756-1699

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What does a mandatory evacuation mean?

If a mandatory evacuation has been ordered, it means that officials anticipate a strong likelihood that local conditions will threaten public safety. Residents who refuse to leave during a mandatory evacuation will probably not be arrested. However, they should be prepared to be self-sufficient during the event. Utilities and communications systems will likely not be available and public safety agencies may not respond to calls for assistance.

What is a CERT?

A CERT is a Community Emergency Response Team. CERTs are teams of volunteers trained in basic disaster response that can supplement Emergency Services during an incident. Depending on the type or severity of an event, the CERT may be assigned low risk tasks that free up Emergency Services personnel for critical tasks.

What is mitigation?

Mitigation refers to measures taken to reduce or eliminate risks to human life or property in the event of disaster. The intent of mitigation is to reduce the need for response during a disaster. Mitigation allows response resources to be directed to the area of greatest need.