Websites for Texas Emergency Service Districts

emergency service district website

An Emergency Services District (ESD) is a grassroots government created by voters in an area to fund fire protection, emergency medical services, or both.

The 86th Legislature enacted new laws that require Texas ESDs to provide information online. If your Emergency Service District had an Internet presence on Jan. 1, you may be subject to the requirements of House Bill 305. All ESDs are required to comply with Senate Bill 2 requirements when it goes into effect Sept 30, 2019.

You and your ESD volunteers are too busy to manage a website, let us take the headache out of establishing a web presence and let us be your turn-key solution for web site hosting, design and get you on the web. Ask to see our Portfolio, we would be glad to show you the municipal clients like you who we have serviced, including Texas Emergency Service Districts.

More than 300 emergency service districts are operating in Texas, and more are added at almost every uniform election date.

We also do redesigns if you are not fully in compliance, ask us how we can bring your ESD website up to the requirements of Senate Bill 2. You do not want to fall short, so instead of trying to do it inhouse or pick a volunteer or a friend of a friend, let a specialty web design company in the heart of Texas help you meet your needs. To be sure, we want to be your go-to web design company.

Be sure to check out the SAFE-D for more information.