The Smith County Emergency Services District 2 adopted a maintenance and operations tax rate, equal to the No New Revenue Rate, of $0.060436 per $100 of valuation for the 2022 – 2023 tax year at a special meeting held on September 12, 2022 at 205 Shelly Drive Tyler, Texas 75701.
The Smith County Emergency Service District adopted a maintenance and operation tax rate of $.068633 per $100 of valuation for the 2021 tax year at a special meeting held on September 13, 2021 at 205 Shelly Drive Tyler, Texas 75701. In addition, the District adopted a $15,937,094 budget for Fiscal Year 2021-2022.
Smith County, Texas- JULY 29, 2019: Smith County Emergency Services District 2 held their monthly board meeting, and discussed the future of fire protection for the district. On the agenda was a resolution to call for an election to implement a sales tax in the district. The rate would be no higher than 1.5% with […]
The Smith County Emergency Services District #2 (ESD #2) Board of Commissioners will hold a Public Meeting on Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 6:00 PM at the Jamestown Church of Christ located at 22022 FM 1253 in Smith County. We would appreciate your attendance and input in reference to the emergency services needs of the […]
Smith County Emergency Services District 2 Commissioners will be appointing a person to fill an unexpired term for SCESD2 Commissioner District #5. This district covers the Bullard and Flint-Gresham area. To be eligible a person must be at least 18 years of age and a resident of that district. Interested persons must submit a letter […]
What if you had a fire and nobody came? That is the worst case scenario for people who live in areas that are protected by volunteer fire departments. Nearly 80 percent of the firefighters nationwide are volunteers. So who are these folks who answer the call at all hours, leaving their day to day lives […]