NEXT WORKSHOP & REGULAR MEETING
April 13, 2021
5: 30 PM
HILL COUNTY ANNEX
126 S. COVINGTON, 2021
Hill County ESD#2 Commissioners are appointed by the County Commissioners with an at large Commissioner appointed by the County Judge. Hill County ESD#2 Commissioners serve on a volunteer basis and receive no pay for their service. Commissioners serve two year terms.
Precinct 1 – represented by Bob Stahl, Treasurer, (214) 213-8242
Precinct 2 – represented by Tad Duncan, President, (254) 498-0222
Precinct 3 – represented by Kevin Bragg, Assistant Secretary, (214) 714-6070
Precinct 4 – represented by Jimmy Lehmann, Vice President, (254) 580-3078
At Large – Dan Giles, Secretary, (979) 777-1775
Hill County Emergency Services District #2 is a political subdivision of the State of Texas. Voters in Hill County approved the formation of Hill County ESD#2 for the purpose of providing emergency medical service to residents of the District. Hill County ESD#2 covers all residents of the county who reside outside the city limits and ETJs of the cities of Hillsboro and Whitney.
Hill County ESD#2 is funded through a property tax of $.04615 per $100 valuation, and a sales tax that ranges from 1/2 cent - 1 cent depending on location.
Hill County ESD#2 contracts with CareFlite to provide both ground and air emergency medical service.
There are currently four ground ambulances stationed in the county which are available 24/7. They are stationed at Whitney, Itasca, Hillsboro and Hubbard. Another ambulance is on call during daylight hours and is on station at Covington. In addition to the ground units, CareFlite maintains a rotary wing air ambulance on station at our Whitney base.
The administrative offices for Hill County ESD#2 are located at 200 E. Franklin in the John Erwin Annex in Hillsboro.
Every resident of ESD #2 receives the following benefits paid for by the ESD #2:
WHY CAREFLITE AS CONTRACT PROVIDER?