Camp County EMS is based in beautiful Pittsburg, Texas. Pittsburg is located in the Heart of Northeast Texas mid way between Dallas and Shreveport, 12 miles south of Interstate 30 on US Hwy 271. The area is called “Great Lakes Country” due to the abundance of area lakes.

Pittsburg is a small town founded in 1855 with a historic past. Pittsburg was named a Texas Main Street city in 1986 that has resulted in over $4 million in down town improvements and renovations.

Pittsburg has become a home for many persons retiring from larger cities such as Dallas. One of the things that makes Pittsburg a attractive place to live is the small town life while still remaining very close to larger towns such as Tyler and Longview.

The Pittsburg Independent School District ranks among the states finest, it has a low student to teacher ratio, and it consistently receives recognition for academic achievement as well as strong sports teams. The school district has become a model for many other Texas schools.

Northeast Texas Community College is located 11 miles northeast of Pittsburg. NTCC has become one of the top community colleges in the nation and like PISD, provides a low student to instructor ratio.

Pittsburg and its surrounding areas are home to several major industries, including Henderson Manufacturing, Andritz-Ruthner, Lone Star Steel, Texas Utilities Generating Company and Texas Utilities Mining Company.

Whether you are looking for a great place to raise a family, a place to retire, or a stop on the family vacation, Pittsburg seems to have what people are looking for.