Need CPR? Better hope your wallet's full.
Each resident is allowed one 911 call per year under the new law. After that, it'll cost $55 each time you dial.
The new charge -- called the "First Responder's Fee" is designed to help the city cover the cost of emergency response teams, KENS-5 said.
The city budgeted a mere $215,000 for EMS services for the year.
The First Responder's Fee does not apply if residents are calling to report an active fire or to request police help -- so if you're being robbed, dial away.