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ESD2 is comprised of 6 departments including the governing body the Board of Commissioners. Below you can see each department and click read more to see more details.

Finance & Accounting

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.
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Board of Commissioners

The elected leadership of ESD2. Responsible for steering the organization, approving budgets, purchases, policies, and setting the tax rate.
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Handles day-to-day administrative tasks such as HR issues, accounting, setting agendas.
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Training Division

The training division works to ensure both paid and volunteer personnel have high-quality training needed to safely and efficiently respond to any type of incident.
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Operations, is the Officers and Firefighters in the filed responding to emergency and non-emergency incidents at a moments notice.
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Information Technology

The purpose of the Information Technology Services Department is to enable the district to achieve its operational goals, priorities, and objectives through efficient, reliable, and cost-effective Information Technology Systems.
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Fleet Maintenance

Smith County ESD2 crews cover a lot of ground responding to emergencies. The equipment is heavy and emergency response is rough on the trucks. Smith County ESD2 ensures that equipment undergoes preventative maintenance, and when an apparatus breaks down, we get it back in service as quickly as possible.
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