First and foremost, if you have a medical emergency or if your safety feels threatened in any way, please dial 911 to be connected directly to Bradenton Beach dispatch. All information noted below is for reference purposes.
MEDICAL EMERGENCY, FIRE, SMOKE, CRIME – Dial 911
Bradenton Beach Police Department – (941) 778-6311
WATER LEAKS – Report at Best Beach Getaways Office in Clubhouse, during normal business hours – (941) 778-0000
AFTER HOURS – Report to C&S Association Manager – (941) 329-5101
ALL OTHER PROBLEMS – Report to directly to the owner of the unit or your Vacation Rental Manager
EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS
- Manatee County Emergency Management – (941) 748-4501
- Manatee County Sheriff – (941) 747-3011
- Florida Power and Light – (800) 468-8243
- American Red Cross – (941) 792-8686
- Animal Services – (941) 749-7103
- Special Needs Registration – (941) 748-4501
- Deaf Communication TDD Messages – (941) 742-5802
Blake Medical Center Trauma Center
2020-59th Street West, Ground Floor
Open 24 hours
Manatee Memorial Hospital Emergency Room
206 2nd St E
Open 24 hours
Doctors Hospital of Sarasota Emergency Room in Lakewood Ranch
Open 24 hours
Urgent Care Center at Pinnacle Medical Group Medical Clinic
Manatee Urgent Care Center
HURRICANE WARNING PROCEDURES
Hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30.
Weather and hurricane reports/warnings:
970 AM WFLA
100.7 FM WMTX
Manatee County Emergency Alert National Weather Service Radio
KEC-38 @ 162.450 Largo
KHB-32 @ 162.550 Tampa
The National Weather Service tracks hurricanes and warns people when a hurricane is moving toward shore. They use two different terms to warn us:
A HURRICANE WATCH means a hurricane might hit our area. If a HURRICANE WATCH is issued for the area, please keep listening to local radio or television stations for the latest weather information.
A HURRICANE WARNING is issued when a hurricane is expected to hit our town within 24 hours.
THIS WILL NECESSITATE EVACUATION:
When a HURRICANE WARNING is issued for our area, you and your neighbors may be asked to evacuate. Local radio and television stations will tell you where to go and the best roads to take.
Any Evacuation Level, A through E, requires evacuation from Anna Maria Island to the Mainland.
Use State Route 64/Manatee Avenue to a Designated Shelter. Emergency personnel will assist you. Please listen to the local radio station.
Your family should leave immediately
Please leave right away! Don’t wait, especially in areas very near the ocean (like Anna Maria Island), because roads can flood quickly and keep you from leaving.
Just before you leave, run wide waterproof tape from corner to corner in a large “X” on each window and glass doors to keep glass from shattering into very small pieces.
Close and lock windows and glass doors, lowering blinds and closing curtains in case the windows break. If there’s time, you can nail boards over larger windows. Fill bathtubs and other clean containers with water in case water lines are damaged by the storm.
Shut off any LP gas.
HURRICANE AND FLOOD RELATED INTERNET WEBSITES