December 2nd, 2012
November 21st, 2012
October 3rd, 2012
Help Austin’s Paramedics protect their jobs: Vote YES on Prop 11 this November.
When you vote YES on Prop 11, you are giving a City of Austin Uniformed Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Employees inclusion in the State of Texas Civil Service Statute §143. Both Austin Police and Austin Fire Department already have been included in prior elections by the Austin voters, and your Paramedics deserve the same protections. (more…)
October 3rd, 2012
Austin Travis County EMS Association office
austin, TX, September 20, 2012: The Austin Travis County EMS Association endorses proposition 1 supporting Senator Watson’s initiative to establish a medical school to serve the Austin/Travis County Community and the central Texas region.
July 4th, 2012
April 9th, 2012
A memorial fund has been set up for the family of slain Austin Police Officer Jaime Padron who was killed April 6, 2012 while trying to apprehend a disruptive customer at a local Austin Walmart.
The Jaime Padron Memorial Fund was established by Austin Cops for Charities to help his two daughters, Olivia age 6 and Ariana age 10 and their mother Amy with necessary family financial obligations.
To make a charitable donation via PAYPAL for the Jaime Padron Memorial Fund, please click below. For donations via check or money order, please make check/money order payable to Austin Cops for Charities and reference Jaime Padron Memorial Fund and mail to the following address:
Austin Cops for Charities
5817 Wilcab Road
Austin, Texas 78721
Funeral arrangements have been announced for fallen Senior Police Officer Jaime Padron.
Visitation is scheduled for Tuesday April 10, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Cook Walden Funeral Home. The funeral service will begin at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Shoreline Church, with graveside police honors following. (more…)
April 4th, 2012
Mayor Lee Leffingwell
Council Member Mike Martinez place 2
Council Member Bill Spelman Place 5
Council Member Sheryl Cole Place Place 6
December 21st, 2011
Yesterday we completed our final child seat inspection event for 2011. This year has brought many new highs. Austin-Travis County EMS completed 28 inspection events resulting in the installation of 680 car seats, distribution of 402 new car seats to families in need and education to over 800 families. Austin-Travis County EMS was also awarded the “Child Passenger Safety Program of the Year” by Safe Kids Austin and continues to have one of the largest groups of certified technicians in central Texas. (more…)