Welcome to North Blanco County EMS
North Blanco County EMS is a non-profit organization which has been providing compassionate and competent pre-hospital emergency care to the citizens of Blanco County for the past 40 years under contract to the North Blanco County Emergency Services District #1. North Blanco County EMS was established in 1972 by a dedicated group of volunteers and was originally formed as the Johnson City Volunteer Ambulance Association. We service an area of approximately 550 square miles, with an estimated population of 6,300 people. Our response district encompasses the Johnson City ISD and includes the communities of Johnson City, Round Mountain, Hye and Sandy. Our territory includes 44 miles of three heavily-traveled major highways (US Highway 290, US Highway 281 and State Highway 71), Lyndon B. Johnson National Park and Pedernales Falls State Park. Our central station houses our three ambulances, administrative offices and staff, crew quarters and training center. Our station is staffed 24/7 by our dedicated personnel, with full-time coverage at the MICU level.