Johnson County Emergency Services District

 

 

 

CHALLENGE ACCEPTED!!!


The Alvarado Fire Department has challenged every Fire Department in Johnson County to a CANNED FOOD DRIVE. The Fire Departments will donate the collected canned goods to the CHARITY of their choice.

The Fire Department with the most canned goods will be declared the winner and receive a “specially designed trophy” and bragging rights for the next year. A trophy and bragging rights are nice…BUT HELPING FEED FAMILIES IN JOHNSON COUNTY IS A BIGGER REWARD. All donations for this challenge need to be collected by November 20, 2020, this will allow time to deliver to the charities before the holidays.

Johnson County Emergency Services District No.1 will be accepting canned food donations at the following locations: 

ESD Admin – 2451 Service Drive, Cleburne, Tx 76033

Sta 82 – Lillian – 10553 County Road 519, Burleson, Tx 76058

Sta 83 – Chisolm Trail – 2800 County Road 913, Joshua, Tx 76058

If personnel are not available at locations, please leave on front porch.


Please take a few minutes to make a difference in helping out our families in Johnson County.

THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!

 

 

Johnson County Emergency Service District #1

ADOPTED A TAX RATE THAT WILL RAISE MORE TAXES FOR MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS THAN LAST YEAR'S TAX RATE.

 

THE TAX RATE WILL EFFECTIVELY BE RAISED BY 6.37 PERCENT AND WILL RAISE TAXES

FOR MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS ON A $100,000 HOME BY APPROXIMATELY $0.00.

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Burn Laws

  1. You are not authorized to burn any synthetic materials, finished building materials, or treated lumber. You can only burn natural vegetation, untreated/ unfinished lumber.
  2. Please ensure the fire is ATTENDED at ALL TIMES.  DO NOT leave it unattended!
  3. You are required to have a adaquet water source and hose available to help control the fire at all times.
  4. In accordance with State Law, controlled burns are required to be completely extinguished no less than one hour before sunset.
  5. Please keep the fire at least 100 feet from and adjacent structures to prevent them from accidentally catching on fire.
  6. If you lose control of the fire, or it begins to spread to unintended areas, please call 9-1-1 immediately, for help to get the fire back under control or extinguish the fire.
  7. If it's a windy day, and wind speeds are above a constant 20 mph (or gust), controlled burning may be temporarily banned until better weather conditions.

Office Hours

Monday 8:00-5:00
Tuesday 8:00-5:00
Wednesday 8:00-5:00
Thursday 8:00-5:00
Friday 8:00-2:00
Saturday CLOSED
Sunday CLOSED
Phone Number:

EMERGENCY:  911

ADMINISTRATION OFFICE:   (817) 556-2212

24 HOUR/NON-EMERGENCY NUMBER:  (817) 357-8800

Location:

2451 SERVICE DRIVE

CLEBURNE, TX  76033