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Posted on: November 28, 2018

2019 Paramedic Membership Program

The Paramedic Membership Program (PMP) is an official subscription program of the City of La Habra Heights. The City designed this program to provide residents a 24-hour Emergency Paramedic Service, as well as to protect residents and businesses from any out-of-pocket expenses related to First Responder/Emergency Medical Treatment provided by the La Habra Heights Fire Department. 

The City of La Habra Heights received $22,000 in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds from the Community Development Commission of the County of Los Angeles. With these funds, the City will pay the $45.00 cost of the Paramedic Membership Program for up to 486 senior households for calendar year 2018. There are still funds remaining from the 2018 PMP GRANT that the City was able to rollover to 2019.

The GRANT is still available to household subscriptions on a first-come, first-serve basis. To be eligible for the GRANT program, a household member must be 55 years and older, and a La Habra Heights resident.

If you applied for the GRANT in 2018, complete the Paramedic Membership application below and return it to City Hall. 

If this is your first time applying for the GRANT, please follow the instructions below: 

1. Fill out an application.

2. Attach a copy of an identification document (i.e. driver's license, CA issued identification card, etc...) showing you are 55 years and older, and showing a valid La Habra Heights address. 

3. Mail or drop off the documents at City Hall, 1245 North Hacienda Road, La Habra Heights, CA 90631.

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