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2016 ASSURE membership program details

Emmet County residents and those in neighboring counties within the ECEMS service area should have received the Emmet County EMS ASSURE membership program brochure in the mail. This affordable program could save individuals and families considerable money should you or a loved one require ambulance service, particularly multiple ambulance experiences. Follow the link below to download a copy of the 2016 EMS Assure brochure. NOTE ABOUT MULTIPLE MAILINGS: We are aware of a few problems with the mailing list in certain areas of the County, and we are in touch with the company that was contracted to do the mailing list for Emmet County EMS. They are working to resolve the issue and to reimburse Emmet County for multiple mailings to the same address. If you have questions, please contact our office at (231) 348-0657.

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Location of Petoskey EMS station approved; Eppler Road site selected

The location for the flagship station of Emmet County’s EMS operations has been approved by the Emmet County Board of Commissioners. On Thursday evening, Feb. 25, 2016, the Board held a special meeting to approve the purchase of an approximate 10-acre parcel on Eppler Road, south of the Sheridan Street intersection, on the road’s east side. The property is in Resort Township and near to both U.S. 31 and U.S. 131. “It has very good access to major intersections and roads that service Emmet County and it will provide us with rapid access for emergency response in high-density run volume areas,” said Larry Hansen, Emmet County EMS Director. “We feel this is the best of the available sites in the immediate Petoskey area, and we’re looking forward to getting started building this flagship public safety building.”

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Open House at new Emmet County EMS Mackinaw City station set for June 21, 2016

Emmet County EMS will be celebrating the opening of the second of three stations, this time in Mackinaw City. An Open House at the Mackinaw City EMS building, Station #3, will take place from noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 21, 2016. At 1 p.m., a formal ceremony will take place dedicating the building, with featured speakers. The public is invited to attend the open house and the ceremony. “We are excited to show our newest station to the public and introduce ourselves to the Mackinaw community,” said Larry Hansen, Emmet County EMS Director. “Like our open house last summer at the M-119 facility in Harbor Springs, we expect a great turnout and plenty of opportunities to interact with the public, provide tours of our rigs and let the public walk through the facility.”

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