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R E L o c a t i o N Cleveland/Bradley County public schools are

G U i D E accredited systemwide.



Pentecostal Theological Seminary is dedicated to preparing pastors and
Emergency Services training ministerial leaders for global evangelization. The seminary is
accredited by the Association of Theological Schools (ATS) in the United
Countywide emergency services are States and Canada and by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern
available by dialing 911. Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). www.ptseminary.edu
Cleveland State Community College. Dr. Bill Seymour, President; 3535
ambulance Service Adkisson Dr; 423-472-7141. Student-teacher ratio 16:1; 3,500 credit, 1,500
The Bradley County Ambulance Service non-credit students. The community college is a comprehensive
is a fully equipped advanced life-support two-year community college operating within the governance of the
Tennessee Board of Regents and approved by the Tennessee Higher
(paramedic) service. Staffed by 46 full-time Education Commission. Cleveland State Community College is accredited
paramedics and seven emergency medical by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges
technicians, it is the first Emergency Medical and Schools (SACS) to award Associate of Arts—two options, Associate of
Service in the state of Tennessee to receive Science—22 options, Associate of Applied Science—seven majors with 20
concentrations, and Certiicates—ive with 21 concentrations.
a Class A rating. Every response is manned www.clevelandstatecc.edu
by an Advanced Life Support Paramedic. Lee University. Dr. Paul Conn, President; 1120 Ocoee St NE;
423-728-7010. 800-533-9930 or 423-614-8000 (direct). Student-teacher ratio 17:1;
Fire Protection 310 graduate students and 3,476 undergraduate students from all 49 states
and 52 countries.
The Cleveland City Fire Department, under Lee University
the leadership of Chief Ron Harrison, provides is a private,
fire protection for the city and part of the comprehensive
university offering
county. The city has a Class III fire insurance bachelor’s, master’s
rating. The department maintains five fire and education
stations, 98 firefighters and 18 vehicles. specialist’s degrees.
The Bradley County Fire-Rescue, under Founded in 1918,
Lee University
the leadership of Chief Troy Maney is a has been ranked
combination paid/volunteer fire department among the nation’s
with 10 stations, 42 full-time firefighters and best colleges by
90 active volunteers. The Princeton Review and was ranked in the top tier among comprehensive
medium-size universities in the South in 2015 by U.S. News & World Report.
Police Protection Over the past two decades, Lee has become one of the largest Christ-
Bradley County Sheriff’s Department. centered institutions in Tennessee and the largest in the Appalachian College
Association. Lee is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of Southern
Sheriff Eric Watson. 2290 Blythe Ave SE. Staff Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).
includes 81 patrol personnel, 21 detectives www.leeuniversity.edu
and 82 corrections personnel. 423-728-7314.
www.bradleysheriff.com Garbage collection
Cleveland Police Department. Chief Mark Household Garbage
Gibson. 163 1 St NE. Staff consists of 92 Weekly household garbage pickup is provided for city residents. Call
st
officers, 26 civilian employees and some 40 423-476-2293 or 559-0554 for information on collection days. For
volunteers. 423-476-7511 or 423-476-1121. information on disposal of residential refuse (brush, appliances, etc.),
call 423-472-2851. Collection for county residents is provided by private
www.clevelandtn.gov contractors. A listing of Chamber members who provide this service is
available at the Chamber ofice.
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