FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
SPRING, TEXAS – In an effort to increase response times and better allocate district resources, the Harris County Emergency Services District No.11 (ESD11) Board of Commissioners will consider an agreement tomorrow that will provide much-needed response time improvements to the southern portion of the district.
The agreement between ESD11, the Harris County Emergency Services District No.17 (ESD17), and the Little York Fire Department (LYFD) will place an ambulance in an area that has been historically underserved.
An ambulance and crew that is currently located near the intersection of Cypress Creek Parkway and Ella Blvd will be moved into LYFD Station 84, which is located at 1220 Rushworth Drive.
This is the second agreement that has been negotiated by the districts. Earlier this week, ESD11 announced that Medic 57 will be relocated from their current station in an old strip mall to LYFD Station 83.
The Board of Commissioners would like to thank the Harris County Emergency Services District No.17 and the Little York Fire Department for their continued partnership.
ESD11 will continue to make strategic and data-driven decisions to improve response times and provide award-winning emergency medical care to our community.
About Harris County Emergency Services District No. 11:
Harris County Emergency Services District No. 11 (ESD11) provides emergency medical services to over 600,000 people across over 177 square miles of North Harris County, with a service area larger than the city of Atlanta, Georgia. ESD11 is the largest Emergency Services District by population in the State of Texas. The ESD11 Board of Commissioners is comprised of (5) five publicly elected officials. ESD11 is committed to providing superior emergency medical care 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
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