EMS Ambulances
Founded in 1971 at the urging of the mayor who tragically lost a daughter in an auto accident, the City of Horicon put its first emergency response van, call sign 334, into service.  It was housed alongside the Fire Department's engines in the lower level of City Hall where the Library is currently located.  

Horicon EMS has grown and changed dramatically since that time.  We now run two ambulances from a well-equipped station located in the Horicon Public Safety Building on Ellison St.  Our staff consists of approximately 20 people all CPR certified, with sixteen carrying their EMT-Basic Certification.  

In addition to ambulances, the EMS, along with the Horicon Fire Department, has three John Deere Gators, outfitted for patient transport, used to reach remote areas in our Marsh and farmlands.  But, thankfully, you'll mostly see them at fundraisers and in parades.

We work closely with the Horicon Fire Department who carry the Jaws of Life and provide a boat for water rescues.

Horicon EMS currently serves the City of Horicon, the Town of Burnett and the Town of Hubbard.  We work with several area First Responder Units ensuring our community and surrounding service areas receive the best of emergency medical support.

If you're interested in becoming a member of our team, contact Carole Baker, Horicon EMS Coordinator. 

Horicon EMS Facebook Page

  1. Carole Baker

    EMS Coordinator

  2. Horicon Public Safety Building

    Physical Address
    220 Ellison St.
    Horicon, WI 53032


    The Horicon Public Safety Building houses the Police Department, Fire Department, EMS, Municipal Court, and Emergency Government Offices.