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Fire Marshal

Harrison County Fire Marshal Picture

James (Jamie) McConnell

2005 Warren Drive
Marshall, Texas  75672
903-938-0969 Fax

Dumpsite (Container, Convenience Station) Information

The Fire Marshal’s office handles Fire Cause and Origin Investigations, Arson Investigations, Day Care and Business Inspections, and is liaison to the Commissioners Court for the nine Volunteer Fire and EMS Departments in the County. The Fire Marshal is also Chairman of the Local Emergency Planning Committee and caretaker of the Texas Tier II hazardous material reports filed by the various businesses in Harrison County.

1351     Administrative Assistant            
1353     Fire Marshal
1354    Assistant Fire Marshal
1355    Illegal Dumping
1361     On-site Sewage

The Environmental Division is responsible for the investigation and enforcement of the various Municipal Solid Waste laws. These laws deal with the transportation and dumping of residential and business waste. Trash haulers are licensed through this Office.

PO Box 644
Marshall, Texas  75671

The Harrison County’s nine Volunteer Fire Departments along with the Hallsville Volunteer EMS make up the membership of the Association. The Association is dedicated to advancing the training of the County’s Volunteer Fire Fighters and the mutual cooperation between the various Fire Departments.

*EPCRA Notice of Publication*
*Burning Questions*
*Preguntas Ardientes*
*Harrison County 2019 Revised Mitigation Action Plan*

  • Please note, responses are not immediate!  If you have an emergency, dial 911.

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