To our community,

This is a difficult time for all of us as we come to terms with our new reality. Many members of our community have reached out to see how they can help. We are touched by such generosity and selflessness, and offer a few options to consider.

In the absence of in-person gatherings, please stay connected with your neighbors and remind them they can call 911 if they have a medical emergency. We are here for you. For up-to-date information, all our local emergency services are funneling information to one site, PrincetonCovid.org. And for those who’ve asked how to support our squad, an online contribution would be both welcomed and greatly appreciated to help fund additional expenses like personal protection equipment for our EMTs and disinfecting supplies forour equipment and vehicles.

Sincerely,
Mark Freda
President

By the Numbers

POPULATION SERVED

30,000+

DISPATCHED 9-1-1 CALLS

3,069

AVERAGE RESPONSE TIME

5.36 mins
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