This afternoon at 2:25pm, Needham Fire Rescue was dispatched to a residential fire in Montgomery Creek Ranch. Needham crews arrived on scene 3 minutes later, and immediately began working the fire. Co...
From Montgomery County Police Reporter:Needham Fire was dispatched to the San Jacinto River where it was reported two males were swimming and swept away by the current. They arrived to find one male o...
From Montgomery County Police Reporter: At 11 pm Needham Fire was dispatched to a major crash at FM 1488 and College Park Drive just outside The Woodlands. The first unit arrived and was directed by w...
Wednesday, March 16th, 2022
Day 5 - Crews are still working the lines at the Crews Gap fire. The fire is currently 7,000 acres and 95% contained.
Wednesday, October 5th, 2022
From Montgomery County Hospital District:Last July, 36-year-old Megan Kelley was eating breakfast at her mother’s home when she went unconscious. What her mother didn’t know at the time is...
Friday, September 16th, 2022
Does your child have a desire to start babysitting but lacks the confidence to do so? Needham Fire and Rescue, in partnership with Truist Bank, is offering the Safe Sitter program to our community. Re...
Friday, August 12th, 2022
Deployment update: Our crew deployed with ST 22-184 is on the TNT Fire, mopping up and patrolling fire lines.
Tuesday, August 9th, 2022
Our Type 3 Engine along with Chief Weaver, Lt. Moore, Lt. Matthews, and EO Grimes are deploying tonight on another TIFMAS deployment to assist with Wildfires across the state.
Taxes, Budget, and Audits



About ESDs

Emergency Services Districts are a political subdivision of the State of Texas and are created through a petition from and an election by the citizens of the proposed District under Texas Health and Safety Code 775. ESD’s are allowed, by statue, to levy ad valorem property taxes with a constitutional cap at $0.10/$100 property valuation.

Montgomery County Tax Office

Tammy McRae

400 N. San Jacinto St.
Conroe, Texas 77301
(936) 539-7897

Tax Office website can be found here.

Emergency Services Districts also have the ability to collect a sales and use tax within their district boundaries. In the State of Texas there is a maximum sales and use tax of 8.25%; 6.25% is reserved for the Sate and 2% is allowed for other political subdivisions to collect. In order for an ESD to implement the collection of a sales and use tax the citizens of the District must approve the amount through an election process. The District imposes a sales and use tax of 1.5%.

Emergency Services District #4

Tax Rate

2022 Notice of Tax Rates

2021 Ad Valorem  Tax Rates for Montgomery County ESD No. 4 Residents

The district's approved budget for the current year and the preceding two years are available here:

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