Complete a quick survey to let the Fire and Emergency Services Department how they are doing. This includes an opportunity for compliments, concerns, and other feedback.
When you are faced with an emergency, the more you can do to save time, the better. That's why you should always call 911 whenever you need emergency help from police, fire department, and ambulance, or all three.
Our mass notification system for the County, provided by CivicReady, sends Emergency and Urgent Notifications as well as County Employee Notifications.
View a helpful list of non-emergency contact information.
The EMS Revenue Recovery Program is designed to sustain the amount of funding available for local emergency medical services by collecting a user fee for ambulance transports.