In 1985, Art. 1432e of the Texas Civil Statues, “Emergency Communication District Act”, was aimed to allow counties to establish a district, initiate a fee on local telephone service, and create an independent board of managers to oversee the operations of the system.
On August 8, 1987, the people of the County of El Paso voted overwhelmingly (81.2% of votes cast) “For enhanced 911.”
On August 10, 1987, the El Paso County Enhanced 911 Emergency Communications District was created by order of the Board of Managers, which then, consisted of:
The staff is maintained at the minimum required to facilitate the duties of the District and includes the following full-time, professional positions. All staff can be reached using 911’s general contact information, which can be found on our contact us page.
You can also use our employees’ individual emails to contact them directly:
Administrative Support Specialist
Albert Jemente Jr.
Geographic Systems Manager
Thelma Marron ENP, GISP
911 Programs Manager
Rachel S. Gomez
Michael L DeMore