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Harris County Emergency Services District No. 11 (ESD11) is one of the largest Emergency Services Districts in the state of Texas, spanning the area that runs roughly from Beltway 8 to the Montgomery County line and from 290 to Highway 59.E.  Thanks to funding secured and monitored by ESD11, more than 540,000 people in a 177-square mile section of Harris County are provided with Emergency Medical Services currently provided by Cypress Creek EMS.

ESD11 was created by voters in May of 2004 to provide a stable source of funding for Emergency Medical Services.  ESD11 has 5 commissioners elected by you. The commissioners set tax rates, choose which operator provides your Emergency Medical Services and monitor the spending of tax dollars. 


Missed a meeting or want to catch up on what we’ve been working on at ESD11? Click here to stay up to date on meetings and review our minutes.

In 2017, the ESD11 board voted unanimously to reduce taxes and adopted a lower tax rate that will produce more funding because property values have gone up. Learn more here.

Thanks to stable funding from ESD11, emergency medical services in the area are provided by Cypress Creek EMS. Learn more about Cypress Creek EMS here.

Meet your commissioners and learn about ESD11

We’d love to meet you! ESD11 board meetings are open to the public.

Join us on the third Wednesday of each month at 6:30pm unless otherwise posted.

Meetings are held at 7111 Five Forks Drive in Spring, Texas 77379, and the agenda is posted 72 hours prior to all scheduled meetings. 

A Commitment to Excellence

Saving lives every day.
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