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Montgomery County ESD#2
Montgomery Fire Department

Serving the Montgomery Area Since 1969

Montgomery County ESD #2
Montgomery Fire Department
20590 Eva Street
Montgomery, TX 77356
936-597-4455
Fax:  936-597-4466

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FIRE STATISTICS

Montgomery County
Emergency Services District #2
holds monthly Board Meetings
every 4th Wednesday of the month at
20590 Eva Street - Station 51
Montgomery - 5:30pm

Fiscal Year 2016 - 2017 (October 1, 2016 - September 31, 2017)

" E.S.D. NO. 2 ADOPTED A TAX RATE THAT WILL RAISE MORE TAXES FOR MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS THAN LAST YEAR'S TAX RATE."  "THE TAX RATE WILL EFFECTIVELY BE RAISED BY 5.93 PERCENT AND WILL RAISE TAXES FOR MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS ON A $100,000 HOME BY APPROXIMATELY $0.00"

January          281

February        228

March             259

April                0

May                 0

June                0

July                 0

August            0

September     0

October          0

November      0

December      0

Year To Date:  768

2016 - 2907
2015 - 2887

New Station Coming Soon!

MCESD#2 has started the process of obtaining a fire station to provide services to the South part of our district.  This will be MCESD#2 Fire Station 52.  The proposed station will be constructed on a 2-acre tract of land that was purchased a while back.  The property is located on Keenan Road, just east of Forest Hills Drive.  The station will be a total of 8,300 sq. foot, with 4,300 sq. foot of living area and 3,950 sq. foot, 3.5 bay area and with storage.

This station will be very unique.  Due to the location, MCESD#2 and MCESD#3 are currently negotiating to both staff the station with paid firefighters.  Through working together; two ESD entities will be staffing the same station to best serve both district's citizens.  Per Fire Chief Brian Edwards; this is a win, win for both Emergency Services Districts and their citizens.  It will save both entities money and provide a very high quality of first response and fire protection to the community.  As far as to his knowledge;

this is the first time this sort of agreement has occurred in Montgomery County or any surrounding county.  The actual construction phase is scheduled to start around July 2017.
Congratulations to & Welcome to MFD  -

Chuck North IV

Patrick Speir

Hunter Maphet

He successfully completed his Probationary Phase with MCESD#2.

Hired on Full Time to A-Shift

Hired on Full Time to B-Shift

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