Bexar County, TX (August 2022) – The Bexar County Emergency Services District No. 11 announces the construction of a new fire station. The 12,853 square foot facility will include three apparatus bays, seven dorm rooms, Captain’s quarters, three administrative offices, a kitchen, SCBA area, fitness area, and other support, storage, and mechanical areas. Construction is anticipated to commence in October 2022 and be completed by September 2023. Management of the construction is being provided by Perez Project Consulting, Inc. Financing for the project was provided by Government Capital Corporation, Southlake, Texas.
“Having partnered with Government Capital Corporation on multiple projects since 2017, we trust and value their knowledge of financing for emergency services districts,” commented John True, Board President, Bexar County Emergency Services District No. 11. “The professional and experienced team at Government Capital Corporation exceeds our expectations.”
“I would like to congratulate Mr. True and the Bexar County Emergency Services District on this project,” stated Kevin Lerner, Senior Vice President, Government Capital Corporation. “It is an honor to be able to provide public safety entities with financings to help them meet their goals and objectives.”
About Bexar County Emergency Services District No. 11
Bexar County Emergency Services District No. 11 is a taxing entity created by voters on May 10, 2008, to levy taxes on its citizens residing within the district and utilizing those resources to fund fire & land safety services. The district provides professional fire protection and first responder services for a 6.5 square mile area of unincorporated Bexar County between the cities of Converse and Kirby. To learn more visit www.esd11.org
About Government Capital Corporation
Government Capital Corporation is a leading public finance firm providing professional financial services to all local governmental entities. Since its founding in 1992, the company has successfully completed thousands of municipal financings exceeding $5 billion in Texas and across the country. For more information, visit www.govcap.com