Budget, Taxes & Funding
San Juan Island EMS has an annual as well as six-year budget plan available to the public at the links below.
- 2023 Budget
- 6 Year Capital Improvement Plan 2020-2025
- IAFF Local 3219 Collective Bargaining Agreement with San Juan Island EMS (2023-2025)
Taxes & Funding
San Juan Island EMS is publicly funded through a six-year levy as part of San Juan County Public Hospital District No. 1, most recently approved by voters on February 6th, 2022. The EMS tax levy allows the Public Hospital District to provide emergency response services, community paramedicine, public education courses, and much more at discounted rates to island residents. One of the biggest benefits of the levy include the continuation of its zero co-pay or co-insurance policy for ambulance services to San Juan Island residents.
For more information about how tax dollars are spent, please reference San Juan Island EMS’s six-year budget plan from the San Juan County Public Hospital district #1’s website.
Tax Deductible contributions can be mailed to:
San Juan Island EMS
P.O. Box 2178
Friday Harbor, WA 98250