Every day, League City EMS professionals provide lifesaving services and risk their lives as they answer the call of service. This National EMS Week (May 15-22), League City is proud to celebrate and recognize the important contributions of first responders in safeguarding the health, safety and wellbeing of our community.
League City EMS employs 24 full-time medics who staff 4 Mobile Intensive Care Unit ambulances 24/7. The service responds to over 6,500 calls for service annually. The award-winning department prides itself in working with top of the line equipment and provides ongoing education to provide the best care for patients.
Turn to the Right
During National EMS Week, first responders want to remind you about the importance of moving to the right when an ambulance or emergency vehicle with flashing lights is behind you. During an emergency, every second counts. Help first responders get to emergencies as quickly and safely as possible.
EMS holds CPR classes on the third Saturday of each month, beginning at 9 a.m. at the EMS East Station, 260 Egret Bay Boulevard South. Please call: 281-554-1209 to register.
Tour an Ambulance
Join us in honoring our EMS first responders this Sunday, May 22 at our 5K fun Run/ First Responder Celebration.
The race will run from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., with staggered start times for different categories.
Following the race, from 11a.m. to 3p.m., all residents are invited to Hometown Heroes Park for a First Responder and Armed Forces Celebration which will include.
After the the race, participators in the following activities:
- Touch-a-truck with Police, Fire, and EMS vehicles
- Unveiling of new League City PD and Fire photography exhibit and art sculpture
- Armed Forces booths and equipment
- Food trucks and live music
- Inflatables and kids’ crafts
- Ribbon cutting for obstacle course at Hometown Heroes Park