An Emergency Services District (ESD), is a local government agency created by a vote of the public to provide fire protection and/or emergency medical services (EMS) in specific areas in unincorporated Waller/Harris County.

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  • Waller Harris ESD200
  • EMS SERVICES Waller Harris Counties
  • FIRE & SAFETY Staff & Volunteers

Waller-Harris ESD 200 Receive an ISO Rating of 4

Insurance Services Office have issued ESD 200 an ISO rating of 4 for the area that Station 6 covers. A rating of 4-Y is applied to those area within District 6 that is not protected with hydrants. For details please see the letter from ISO here.

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Waller Harris ESD 200


Built on the strength and fortitude of Texans, our safety and fire response teams are continually training and preparing to serve and protect our county.

We pride ourselves on quick response times, friendly and compassionate service, and our ranks are made of staff and volunteers alike.

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We enjoy working with citizens on being prepared for emergencies and can help families and the community to properly prepare for emergencies both small and large.

Rolling Hills VFD Ground Breaking for the new Fire Station we are building them that we had last night at 5:30 pm.

Names left to right: Darwin Hargrave, Tommy Davis, Gary Ferguson, Chuck Hall Drymalla Project Manager, Jay Altieri VP Drymalla, Tommy Albert, Jimmie Orsak Chief Rolling Hills, Rupert Sherdian President Rolling Hills. Donnie Jones Rolling Hills Board member.

A few updated pictures of our great WHESD Equipment and wonder leaders.

Below are some links and four main points to focus on for emergency readiness.


Get an Emergency Kit

If disaster strikes your community, you might not have access to food, water, or electricity for some time. By taking time now to prepare emergency water supplies, food supplies and a disaster supplies kit, you can provide for your entire family. Review the items recommended for a disaster supplies kit or print the Homeland Security Emergency Supply checklist.


Make an Emergency Plan

Make plans with your family and friends in case you're not together during an emergency. Discuss how you'll contact each other, where you'll meet, and what you'll do in different situations. Read how to develop a family disaster plan or fill out the Homeland Security Family Emergency. Ask about planning at your workplace and your child's school or daycare center. The American Red Cross gives guidelines for school preparedness. Workers at small, medium, and large businesses should practice for emergencies of all kinds.


Be Informed

Being prepared – means staying informed. Check all types of media – Web sites, newspapers, radio, TV, mobile and land phones – for global, national and local information. During an emergency, your local Emergency Management or National Emergency Services office will give you information on such things as open shelters and evacuation orders.


Get Involved

Look into taking first aid and emergency response training, participating in community exercises, and volunteering to support local first responders. Contact Citizens Corps, which coordinates activities to make communities safer, stronger, and better prepared to respond to an emergency situation. Contact the Medical Reserve Corps, (MRC). MRC are community-based units and function as a way to locally organize and utilize volunteers who want to donate their time and expertise to prepare for and respond to emergencies and promote healthy living throughout the year.

Waller County

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Harris County

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State of Texas

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