P.O. Box 24
Georgetown, TX 78627
Main Phone: (512) 943-1212

Lisa David
District Clerk


The District Clerks Office will be closed Friday, September 14, 2019 from 12:00 to 5:00 pm for staff training.


The Williamson County District Clerk has been processing E-Filing since May 12, 2014. The mandatory deadline for eFiling for all Civil and Family cases is July 1, 2014. In late 2012, the Texas Supreme Court mandated electronic filing in civil and family cases in district courts, statutory county courts, constitutional county courts and statutory probate courts on a graduated schedule from January 2014 through July 2016.


No personal checks accepted by the District Clerk

Criminal E-Filing Notice

The Williamson County District Clerk’s office is currently offering permissive e-File in criminal cases. The Supreme Court Misc. Docket No. 17-002 reflects the Order and instructions on the mandate for Criminal e-File.

Williamson County is mandated to “go live” on January 1, 2018 with criminal e-File. The permissive stage is a chance for the attorney and the clerk to test the system and work out any issues prior to the January 1, 2018 deadline.

If any attorney would like to begin the process we are ready to accept your criminal filings. We know there is always some hesitation when beginning something new and unfamiliar. Please keep in mind this is a Mandate and we will be following the guidelines as set out by the Supreme Court.

Please refer to the instructions set out by the Supreme Court in No. 17-002 for information regarding requirements of the e-File process. If you should have questions regarding the Williamson County District Clerk’s business process please contact Cathy Mendoza, Chief Deputy @ 512/943-1212. She has been assigned as the project manager by me to work with attorneys during this transition. If we can be of assistance please feel free to give us a call.

Hours of Operation

Mon-Fri 8 am to 5 pm
Notice: Walk-in filings are not accepted after 4:30 pm daily

District Clerk Lisa David

Lisa DavidIn November 2006, Lisa was elected as Williamson County District Clerk. Lisa began work in the District Clerk’s office in 1981 serving as Deputy District Clerk and Assistant Chief Deputy.

Lisa served as a subject matter expert and represented Williamson County in TechShare, developing best practices and establishing software technology standards for District Clerks throughout Texas. Lisa was appointed to the Legislative Committee by the County and District Clerks Association of Texas. She is past president of the Williamson County Republican Women’s Club. Lisa is currently a member of the Williamson County Republican Women, The National Association of Court Managers, The National Association of Counties, Governmental Collectors of Texas, the County and District Clerk’s Association and currently sits on the board of the Texas District Court Alliance.

Lisa is the third generation to raise her family in Williamson County. Lisa and her husband Bobby are the proud parents of sons Rob and wife Jen and Brent and daughters Megan and Madison. Lisa also has four grandchildren that own a piece of her heart  Julia, Jaxon, Danny and Bowen. The David family attends St Helen Catholic Church in Georgetown.