CDC guidance for emergency personnel
regarding Ebola virus. CLICK HERE.
SPECIAL FREE WEBCAST DEC. 2:
SAFE-D & TML: ESDs and CITIES
Cities and ESDs have a lot in common, but they have some issues to work out, too. On the eve of the legislative session, SAFE-D and the Texas Municipal League (TML) come together to talk about those issues and search for common ground.
Join us at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, December 2, for this important -- maybe even historic -- webcast.
SAFE-D's Legislative Counsel John Carlton (The Carlton Law Firm, PLLC) will join TML Deputy Executive Director and General Counsel Scott Houston and TML Legislative Counsel Bill Longley to explore issues. As always with a SAFE-D webcast, you'll have the chance to call, fax, e-mail or text in your questions.
SAFE-D has applied to Texas A&M's V.G. Young Institute of County Government for certification of one hour of ESD Commissioner Training credit.
Click on the link below to register. It's FREE. Register Now!
REGISTER TODAY FOR SAFE-D's
14th ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Jan. 15-17, 2015 • Hyatt Lost Pines, Bastrop
Overflow Hotel Info: Please note that the Hyatt Lost Pines is sold out of rooms for Friday night. The Hampton Inn, 240 South Hasler Road, is our overflow hotel at a rate of $99/night for standard, $129/night for suite. To book, call 512-321-2898 and use room block code SAF when making reservations.
SAFE-D Online Education Opportunity
Join ESDs around the state in timely, practical online education through SAFE-D, in partnership with the V.G. Young Institute of County Government.
Click here for the link to the course (IMPORTANT: be sure to read the above information page that explains how to enroll for the course)