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Serving McLennan County Since 1987
McLennan Co. 9-1-1 Emergency Assistance District is also known as McLennan County 9-1-1, MCEAD or the District. While the District is not a part of the county government, MCEAD serves the citizens of McLennan County as a political subdivision of the State of Texas.
Public Education
The MCEAD visits local schools and groups to spread the educational efforts of 9-1-1. Schedule your visit today and Cell Phone Sally will come to your school!
Addressing Requests
The District provides physical addresses for unincorporated areas of McLennan County. Click on the button below to request an address.

MCEAD HEADLINES
December 22, 2015
December 17, 2015
Gohmert Kari's Law
Rep. Gohmert wants to take Texas 9-1-1 law nationwide

On December 3, U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert announced filing “The Kari’s Law Act of 2015” in the U.S. House of Representatives. The bill would ensure anyone who dials 9-1-1 would reach emergency services directly.

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Owners of Multiline Phone Systems Required to Configure Phones to Provide Direct Access to 9-1-1

Businesses with a multiline phone system in the state of Texas will soon be required to provide direct access to 9-1-1 service without having to dial an additional digit or code first.