An Emergency Services District (ESD), under the Texas Health and Safety Code; Chapter 775, is a geographical area supported by taxes to provide emergency services within the area that is governed by a County appointed Commission.
Emergency Service Districts are created to allow for improvements in rural fire protection areas and intended to build a partnership with municipalities to ensure adequate service delivery is provided. The geographic area for this district is Georgetown’s Rural Fire Protection District. The boundaries were established by the Williamson County Fire Chief’s Association of who identifies which Fire Department can provide the best service based upon response coverage criteria.
This map shows the fireworks ban area. The use of fireworks is not permitted in the city limits of Georgetown or within a 5,000-foot buffer from Georgetown city limits. Continue reading “Fireworks Ban Area Map”