In 2019 our crews responded to a total of 1,863 EMS calls. Additionally, we stood-by for multiple bad-weather events. We also provided EMS coverage for multiple events in the community including walks, races, concerts and street festivals. It was a great job by all of our employees and members and we look forward to serving the community in 2020!
We have recently started sending letters out to local and national businesses, corporations and foundations for our 2020 fund drive. We have set out this year with the goal of raising $30,000 to update necessary equipment that we use during our day-to-day operations. We would like to thank everyone for their support and donations in advance and will continue to update everyone on our progress!
We have recently started sending letters out to local and national businesses, corporations and foundations for our 2020 vehicle fund drive. We have set out this year with the goal of raising $60,000 to purchase a new First Responder Vehicle to replace our 1999 Ford Expedition. We would like to thank everyone for their support and donations in advance and will continue to update everyone on our progress!
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When an emergency vehicle is approaching your vehicle from behind, do you know what to do? Don’t be alarmed or panic, just pull your vehicle over as far to the right side of the road as possible and stop.
Never stop in the middle of the road, pull into the center lane or into oncoming traffic.
Whenever you see an approaching emergency vehicle, remember:
PULL TO THE RIGHT FOR SIRENS AND LIGHTS.
We would like to remind everyone that although the weather remains nice, and the ocean temperatures remain warm, swimming while lifeguards are not present is strongly discouraged. From September through May while the lifeguards are off duty our crews along with the local police and fire departments respond to many calls for "swimmers in distress" in the ocean. We have beach capable vehicles that always remain ready to go onto the beach at a moments notice and all of our employees are trained to drive both vehicles on the sand if needed but we would prefer to not need to use this training. Please take our warnings and stay out of the water if lifeguards are not present.