Livingston County will be closed on Monday, May 27th in honor of Memorial Day.

Livingston County EMS provides both 911 Emergency Medical Services and non-emergency transportation services throughout the county’s 584 square miles. That includes 48 miles of highway, 16 townships, two cities, two villages, and a population of 193,866.

Livingston County EMS employs staff that share one singular focus: a relentless commitment to continually improving patient care. You would be hard pressed to take a drive around Livingston County without passing multiple Livingston County ambulances. Generally speaking, Livingston County deploys between six to ten ambulances in the county at any one time, dependent upon the time of day and historically projected call volume. Ambulances are strategically located throughout Livingston County to provide optimal coverage and allow for the quickest response times.

As call volume increases, ambulances are re-deployed to increase coverage accordingly. The goal is to ensure that at any given moment, an EMS Paramedic unit can reach every address within Livingston County as quickly and efficiently as possible after receiving a call from our county 9-1-1 dispatch center.

All of our employees are proud to serve the citizens of Livingston County. Whether a given situation calls for the services of an Ambulance or the entire department’s resources, you can count on Livingston County EMS to provide the care you need, when and where you need it most.

Along with Livingston County Administration, the Livingston County Board of Commissioners is also responsible for overseeing and evaluating Livingston County EMS’s function, not limited to; facilitating the adequate and full implementation and administration of Board policies affecting the department, and agency.

EMS Headquarters

EMS Building

Our 65,000 square foot headquarters includes a 20,000 square foot state of the art training center, which provides initial and continuing education for all disciplines of emergency responders including EMS, police, fire, 911, Emergency Management, CPR, and hospital personnel. We also have a comprehensive high tech simulation lab for infant, child, and adult patient care scenarios. A University of Michigan Survival Flight helicopter is housed at our headquarters as our location is ideal for response in our community and neighboring counties.

EMS Bases

Genoa Township Base

Hartland Township Base – Housed with the Hartland Deerfield Fire Authority

Brighton Township Base

Hamburg Township Base

NEW Fowlerville Township Base

Jenny Nash, Livingston County Treasurer

David Feldpausch
EMS Director



(517) 546-6220


Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Closed County Holidays


1911 Tooley Road
Howell, MI 48855


(517) 546-6788

Emergencies Only