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Request for Proposal - Ambulance Services.

The Pike County Communications District has issued a Request of Proposal for ambulance services within Pike County. Proposals may be submitted in accordance with the attached RFP document.

Employment

9-1-1 is Hiring

Pay and Benefits
Full time employees are eligible to enroll in the local government health insurance plan free of charge to themselves and with a significantly subsidized premium for family coverage. Vision and dental insurance are also available. All full time employees receive enrollment in the state retirement system with tier 1 benefits. Full time employees also benefit from 84 hours of vacation leave, 112 hours of holiday leave, and 80 hours of uncapped sick leave. 

Random FAQs

Contact the Pike County 9-1-1 Business Office 334-670-6600 with as much information as possible about your address and your neighbors. Ex. Your address, your neighbors' address on both sides.

We recommend that you pull over when calling 9-1-1, as there is less chance of the cell phone signal being dropped in the middle of the call. Also, any emergency instructions that need to be carried out can best be done while you're stopped. Remember, it is best to be in one place so help can get to you, instead of trying to meet them somewhere. If you cannot safely pull over to speak to a 9-1-1 operator, then stay calm, pay attention to the roadway with surrounding vehicles, and follow the call taker's instructions.

NO. We do not give out names and addresses to the general public. This information is shared with public service agencies, but only for their official duties.

9-1-1 needs to have a locatable address for every structure that could potentially call 9-1-1. Even if you receive mail at a Post Office Box or from another location you must still have a 9-1-1 address so you can be located in an emergency. Your 9-1-1 address is also used for package delivery services.

Nothing is forever, but it is intended to establish permanent addresses for all residents. There have been several address discrepancies located in all areas of Pike County and the addressing staff are continually working to correct issues as they are identified. If you think your address or another address in your area is incorrect please do not hesitate to contact the Pike County 9-1-1 Business Office at 334-670-6600 so that an Addressing Technician can verify the address. An incorrect address not only effects that structure but also the surrounding area.

Please start using your address immediately. The Postal Service will continue to deliver to your old address for a period of up to one year after you are issued a 9-1-1 address. To assist emergency personnel, post your 9-1-1 numbers at the entrance to your driveway or house or BOTH.

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