Ambulance Ordinance

In 2010, the County Board of Supervisors approved Ambulance Ordinance Number 1344 adding a new Division VI, Emergency Medical Services Chapter 8.70 to the Napa County Code.

The Ambulance Ordinance is pursuant to Division 2.5 of the Health and Safety Code, section 1797 and was established for the following purposes:

  • Establish formal policies and regulations for issuing certificates and permits, and regulating the operation of ground ambulances within the County
  • Protect the public by assuring that ambulances operate safety and meet certain minimum levels and standards of equipment, staffing and mechanical reliability
  • Allow for adequate, appropriate and efficient ambulance services in all areas of the County
  • Allow for the orderly and lawful operation of a local emergency and non-emergency medical services
  • Allow for all ambulance services to be a part of the county EMS system with the necessary training, policies, procedures and communication systems

Current Providers

See the current ambulance providers for Napa County.