The Roane County Office of Emergency Service’s Emergency Information System.
It is important that everyone put in their preferred means of communication, including text alerts. The purpose of this sign up page is that 911 data only includes landline numbers. Cell phones, emails and ‘special needs technology’, like TDD for the hearing impaired, are not included in the Accu-Reach data unless the individual involved signs up for messages from these other-than-landline sources.
There is a link to a sign-up page online specific for every user.
Please, follow the Hyper-Reach link below and sign up for relevant emergency information.
When you receive alerts from us via telephone, the Caller ID will show (865) 376-8107.
Please add this number to your contact list.
However, if you signed up for text alerts, you may receive them from any of the following numbers: 45332, (833)472-5378, (618)589-2255, (618)589-1337, (618)589-1351 or (585)209-5563.
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Scott Stout, Director
Traci Cofer, B.S., M. A.
220 N. Third Street
Kingston, TN 37763
Chuck Hiatt, Captain
3070 Roane State Highway
Harriman, TN 37748
The activities of the Office of Emergency Services and Homeland Security include the planning, coordination, and implementation of all Emergency Management and Homeland Security related activities for Roane County. The foundation for this authority is derived from Tennessee Code Annotated 58-2-101 through TCA 58-2-124, Emergency Management, as well as federal laws and regulations, Superfund Amendment and Reauthorization Act (SARA) Title III, and the Homeland Security Act.
The Office of Emergency Services is responsible for controlling the response to emergencies within their jurisdiction. TCA 58-2-110 requires counties to develop a county emergency management plan that is consistent with the Tennessee Emergency Management Plan and maintain an emergency management program to ensure an effective response and recovery.
To lessen the effects of a disaster on the lives and property of the people of Roane County through leadership, coordination, and support in the four phases of emergency management: mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery.
Roane County created a Civil Defense Organization on July 2, 1957, with John C. Gower as the first director.
Currently, Scott Stout is the Director of the Office of Emergency Services. The Director oversees a staff of five (5) full-time and one (1) volunteer staff member. All Emergency Management staff receive training in emergency and disaster response through classroom instruction and full-scale exercises.
Printable: 2018 Training Schedule
Meet the Staff:
|Smoke Detector Installation|
|Hyper-Reach Sign-up Campaign PSA|
|Disaster Preparedness Workshop|
Roane County Rural Volunteer Fire Departments:
East Roane County Volunteer Fire Department
Chief David Maupin
853 New Midway Road Kingston, TN
Phone: (865) 376-4170
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/east.firedepartment/about
West Roane County Volunteer Fire Department
Chief Brandon Burke
1303 Pumphouse Rd Rockwood, Tennessee 37854
Phone: (865) 354-8201
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/West-Roane-County-Volunteer-Fire-Department/126691684052882
South Roane County Volunteer Fire Department
Chief Terry Lackey
1100 Ladd Landing Blvd, #32
Kingston, TN 37763
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/306432252710374/
Midtown Volunteer Fire Department
Chief Keith Farmer
623 Old Highway 70
Harriman, TN 37748
H 882-1118; 389-0773
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Midtown-1st-District-Volunteer-Fire-Department-664856756967081/info/?entry_point=page_nav_about_item&tab=overview
Blair Volunteer Fire Department
Chief Casey Laymance
1911 Old Harriman Highway
Oliver Springs, TN 37830
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Office of Emergency Service- Executive Summaries