E.M.A. is a group of volunteers that assist police, fire and the public in emergencies and other times of need. This may include any of the following:
Securing the scene of a downed wire, tree or other hazard until appropriate personnel arrive
Street closings for events (Such as: carnivals, parades, block parties, etc.)
Many other "Calls for assistance" as needed
Who can be a member of E.M.A.?
There are many skill-sets and backgrounds that can make men or women an asset to E.M.A. Volunteers are often teachers, truck drivers, secretaries, office workers, factory workers, security guards, engineers, retirees, self-employed persons, college students or community-minded individuals.
There are some basic requirements for membership that include but are not limited to:
Be of generally good health
Possess a valid drivers license
Reside in close proximity to the Village of Midlothian
Have a clean driving and criminal record
Be willing answer calls for assistance that can come at all times of the day or night
Be available to attend meetings, trainings and events for the Village of Midlothian
How can I find out more/apply to volunteer?
Applications for E.M.A. can be made in person at Village Hall Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. or by downloading our application. For more information feel free to call Village Hall at (708) 389-0200.