Mailing Address:
Trailer Estates CERT
2501 Rose Ave.
Bradenton, Fl. 34207

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You can contact a board member to respond to all your needs for membership and more information about Trailer Estates CERT
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Trailer Estates and other area CERT links

Email TE CERT Contact Trailer Estates CERT through this email link.
Manatee County-Trailer Estates CERT Association Bylaws Please Note: This final revision was approved by the membership at its Annual Meeting in March 2010.
TE CERT Membership Application

We are always looking for new members. Fill out the form and mail it to the address at the top of this page.
Special Needs Registry: Medical Shelter Application

Please read all the information about the medical special needs shelter before filling out this application. Filling out this application does not guarantee access to the medical special needs shelter. Return this form to Manatee County Emergency Management, PO Box 1000, Bradenton, Florida 34206.
Special Needs Registry: Transportation Only Application

Use this form to request bus transportation to a general shelter, should county evacuation orders be given. You MUST pre-register for evacuation transportation assistance. Return this form to Manatee County Emergency Management, PO Box 1000, Bradenton, Florida 34206.
CERT Permission and Contact Form CERT needs your permission to enter onto your property in case of an emergency. As First Responders, we only go ONTO your property, NOT into your home unless a clear and present danger exists. Please click the link, print and fill out the form and mail it to the address listed at the top of this page.
Trailer Estates Emergency Zone Map Trailer Estates is divided into six zones with two-person teams covering each zone in an emergency situation. They will report to the command center in Trailer Estates to get emergency aid from the Manatee County Emergency Operation Center. Zone teams will report fires, damaged homes, emergency medical, downed power lines or trees. The community is responsible for common areas.
Manatee County CERT The Manatee County CERT page reviews the process for becoming a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) member to help your community at times when first responders may not be able to react to situations in disasters. Also listed, with contact information, are CERT teams in Manatee County.
Florida CERT About Florida CERT Association, a 501(c)3 (not-for-profit) organization established in 2001, whose primary goal is the support of statewide training and education in disaster planning / emergency preparedness for citizens and established CERT teams.
National CERT The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program educates volunteers about disaster preparedness for the hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations. CERT offers a consistent, nationwide approach to volunteer training and organization that professional responders can rely on during disaster situations, allowing them to focus on more complex tasks.
Code Enforcement disaster presentation In this YouTube video, Code Enforcement officers from Manatee County discuss their role following a disaster in Trailer Estates. This presentation took place at Trailer Estates before the regular meeting of the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) on September 15, 2021. From left, Code Enforcement officers are Ben Dornon, Sean McGrail and Brad Szink.


Board meetings are on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 10AM in the recreation hall of Trailer Estates.

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