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Utilities

Cleveland and Bradley County are served by two power distributors. Location
in the county determines whether service is provided by Cleveland Utilities
or Volunteer Energy. Water is provided by Cleveland Utilities, Calhoun-
Charleston Utility District, Ocoee Utility District and Savannah Valley Utility
District.
Cleveland Utilities. 2450 Guthrie Dr, Cleveland. 423-472-4521.
Deposits vary. Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. History
Calhoun-Charleston Utility District. 144 Main St S, Calhoun. In 1836 the city of Cleveland consisted
423-336-3571. Deposits: Water $25 for owners; $50 for renters. of one small log cabin located in the heart
Hours: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. of the Cherokee Nation. During that same
Ocoee Utility District. 5631 Waterlevel Hwy, Cleveland. year, the Ocoee Purchase Treaty was made
423-559-8505. Deposits: Water—$50 application fee.
Hours: 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. with the Cherokees and Bradley County
Volunteer Energy Cooperative. 5335 Georgetown Rd NW. was born. A legislative act established the
423-476-6571. Deposit varies. Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. county and gave it the name “Bradley” in
Chattanooga Gas Co. 800-427-5463. Deposit varies.
Savannah Valley Utility District. 10760 Hwy 58, Georgetown.
Hours 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Laws & Licenses

automobile tag & title
Bradley County Courthouse, County Clerk’s Ofice (irst loor). 423-728-
7226. Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; Friday, open until 5
p.m. Information required: Title, automobile mileage, current registration, lien
holder, name and address. Cost: $24 for tag and $8 for title fee.
Length: One year.
honor of Col. Edward Bradley, a Tennessee
Boat Registration Militia officer with the First Regiment of
Bradley County Courthouse, County Clerk’s ofice (irst loor). 423-728-7226. the Tennessee Volunteer Infantry during
Information required: Ownership papers verifying payment of sales tax. the War of 1812. The same act also specified
Cost: $2. (After sales tax veriication, application to state of Tennessee for that the county seat should bear the name
registration numbers is required.) “Cleveland” in honor of Col. Benjamin

Driver’s License Cleveland, a Revolutionary War hero.
Tennessee Department of Safety Driver’s Historic downtown Cleveland is
License Division. 301 James Asbury Dr NW. home to several attractions: Cleveland
423-478-0346. Call for more information or go Summit, built in 1927; The Spot, which
to www.tennessee.gov.
opened its doors in 1937 specializing
Marriage Laws in hamburgers and malted milkshakes;
Bradley County Courthouse, County Clerk’s Landmark Building, built circa 1850, which
Ofice. Proof of age required. Nineteen and once housed a saloon; Craigmiles Hall,
under need consent of both parents and
a driver’s license. Over the age of 19, you are required to have a driver’s Cleveland’s first cultural center; St. Luke’s
license, Social Security card and birth certiicate. 423-728-7226. Episcopal Church and Mausoleum, built
in 1872 in the Gothic Revival style; and
Pet Laws numerous other sites featured in a historic
For pets within the city limits, the ordinance requires that dogs must be walking tour.
conined, all pets must have rabies shots and wear identiication tags
indicating these shots, and all pets must be licensed with the city of
Cleveland. Call the Animal Control Oficer at 423-479-2122 if an animal
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