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Are you ready to be a Preparedness Champion like Big Al? Richard Scott WVUA 23 and Tuscaloosa County EMA are teaming up to help you stay informed and safe this severe weather season! Don't wait for the herd - sign up for TuscALERT for a 'ton' of important updates from storm warnings to announcements! Let's stay ahead of the storm together!



Are You Prepared for an Emergency?

This CERT program is designed to teach communities the skills to react as a cohesive and valuable asset during emergency situations. In situations such as natural disasters, first responders’ primary focus is on those in immediate danger. CERT allows members of the community to provide assistance and take care of family, neighbors, and areas that may be less impacted but still need help. More information about the CERT training can be found here

This training does NOT require you to be a part of a response team. The goal of the course is to help students gain the knowledge and training to help themselves and others whenever the need may arise.

Please click here to be added to the CERT Program waitlist for Spring 2025.

We are thrilled to present Tuscaloosa County EMA's Fiscal Year 2023 Annual Report. Within its pages, you'll discover a testament to the unwavering commitment and outstanding service delivered by our small yet dedicated team of four. This report encapsulates the continued efforts poured into every jurisdiction and stakeholder we serve.  Feel free to explore the comprehensive report by clicking here.  We sincerely hope that the information proves both enlightening and inspiring as we continue to work together for a resilient community!

Watch the video above to see how you can become a Tuscaloosa County EMA volunteer!
Storm Damage
If your home has been damaged by severe weather, report your damage directly to Tuscaloosa County EMA by clicking HERE.

Remember to upload photos of your damage. You can never have too many photos!