Saving lives and property by exceeding expectations

Reeves County Emergency Service Districts No. 1 and No. 2 (RCESD) is a team of men and women who serve and protect the communities of Reeves County by providing Fire and Emergency Medical Services.

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A goal of the Districts is to create a partnership with the community meant to create and improve civic engagement.

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Commissioners & GOVERNING BOARD

A Board of five commissioners governs each ESD. These Commissioners are appointed to two-year terms by the County Commissioners Court. The ESD Board of Commissioners is the source of authority and governance for each District and has final say over all matters affecting the ESD.

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Employees & Volunteers

Employee Volunteer Programs are an effective vehicle for enhancing the Districts’ climate.

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Reeves County Emergency Service Districts Nos. 1 & 2

Reeves County Emergency Service Districts Nos. 1 & 2

The professional & volunteer firefighters and paramedics of RCESD Nos. 1 & 2 are a team that helps protect the communities of Reeves County by responding to fires, hazardous incidents and medical emergencies at a moment's notice. 24/7/365

Did you know that March is National Nutrition Month? Today, we're sharing some important tips for staying safe and healthy, whether you're a firefighter, EMS professional, or member of the public. Nutrition plays a key role in our overall well-being, so let's make smart choices together!Whether you're at work, at home, or out and about, prioritize your health and well-being. Together, let's make every day a s#SafeSaturdayt#NationalNutritionMonthy#healthylivingi#rcesdnth #HealthyLiving #RCESD. See MoreSee Less
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Join us in celebrating the promotion of Gabrielle Natividad to the position of Dispatch Lieutenant! Congratulations Lt. Natividad!!! See MoreSee Less
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It's Truck Thursday!Happy Thursday, everyone! Today, for an edition of Truck Thursday, we’re showcasing one of the many important vehicles in our department's fleet. Feature Apparatus: Introducing Engine 1, one of our primary response vehicles. Engine 1, classified as a pumper/tender carries 3,000 gallons of water, 20 gallons of foam, and has the ability to pump 1500 gallons of water per minute. With these impressive resources at its disposal, Engine 1 stands ready to confront fires head-on, ensuring the safety of our community and the courageous crew aboard. The Crew: When fully staffed, Engine 1 operates with a dedicated team of four fire personnel 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This includes one Company Officer, one Engineer, and two Firefighters, ensuring optimal coverage and efficiency in our emergency response efforts. 🔧 Truck Maintenance: Every 48 hours, Engine 1 undergoes a rigorous inspection as a new shift takes over. Given the extensive time on the road and the demanding performance required during emergency responses, it's crucial to identify any issues before they pose a safety risk to our crew. We prioritize proactive maintenance to ensure the reliability and safety of our equipment while serving our community. #TruckThursday #FireEMS #FirstResponderPride #RCESD See MoreSee Less
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Join us in congratulating Bobby Franco on his recent promotion to EMS Lieutenant! See MoreSee Less
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🚑🚒 It's "What's Happening Wednesday" at RCESD Nos. 1 & 2🚒🚑Happy Wednesday, everyone! We wanted to provide you with an update on one of the projects happening at Reeves County ESD Nos. 1 & 2.On Thursday February 15, 2024, staff from both Districts attended a pre-construction meeting for our recently approved Multi-Patient Vehicle (MPV/AMBUS). Today we will highlight the mission of the AMBUS and its capabilities. AMBUS Mission• The primary mission is to provide advanced medical transport and evacuation services for a large-scale events.• Secondary missions include responding to mass casualty incidents, incident support, and first responder rehabilitation.• AMBUSs are incorporated into local and regional response plans in addition to being available for a state activation.Capabilities • 24/7 response capable, mobile intensive care capable, vehicle configurable to support up to 18 littered patients, or 17 seated patients, or a combination thereof. This apparatus can also support wheelchairs and isolettes. • Crew complement is [6] with a minimum of [4] paramedics for state mission assignments; Local / Regional staffing may vary depending on mission needs. The anticipated delivery date is July 2024. #rcesd12 #growth #progress #txemtf See MoreSee Less
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Were You Born To Serve?
If So, We’re Hiring!


  • Excellent Equipment
  • Competitive Pay
  • Health & Retirement Benefits

Would you or someone you know be interested in joining our team? No matter how great or small your service might be, it’s highly needed, greatly appreciated and will be generously compensated.

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