About Us

Harris County Rural Fire Prevention District No. 6 was created November 5, 1991, under Chapter 794 of the Health and Safety Code. Effective September 1, 2003, Texas Legislature Senate Bill 1021 converted all rural fire prevention districts to emergency services districts and mandated a name change to Harris County Emergency Services District No. 60 (“ESD 60”). In accordance with Senate Bill 1021, the District now operates under Chapter 775 of the Health and Safety Code. The District was established to provide operating and capital funds for the contracting of fire protection and rescue services to the residents of the District. The District contracts with Sheldon Community Volunteer Fire and Rescue, Inc. to perform these services.

Board of Commissioners

Daron McCaslin, President (Term Expires: May 2024)

Daron McCaslin serves as the President and has been on the Board since 2003. He has lived in the Sheldon community for over 35 years. He and his wife Kathy have raised 4 children, all of which have gone to Sheldon ISD. He is a small business owner, Quality Printer Care, of 21 years in the Sheldon community.

Dale Langdon, Vice President (Term Expires: May 2026)

Dale Langdon serves as a County Commissioner and has been on the Board since 2013. He has lived in the Sheldon area for over 46 years. He is married to his high school sweet heart and they have two children both of which graduated from Sheldon ISD. He has been a volunteer Fire Fighter for 15 in this area. He loves to hunt, fish and camp with his family.

Alfred A. Adams, Secretary (Term Expires: May 2026)

Alfred Adams serves at the Secretary and Treasurer and has been on the Board since 2014.  He has lived in the District for over 15 years and is a US Marine Corps Veteran.

James Collins, Assistant Secretary / Treasurer (Term Expires: May 2024)
Don Nesbitt, Commissioner (Term Expires: May 2024)

Don Nesbitt serves as a County Commissioner joining the Board in 2024. He joined Beaumont Road VFD in 1989 and served on the Board of Directors of Sheldon Fire & Rescue until he retired in early 2024. He is married and has worked as a Deputy for Harris County Pct. 3 Constables Office since 1996. He is the newest Commissioner and looks forward to many more years of service to the community.

District Map

District Map (PDF)