Under Texas law, county governments may prepare annual budgets under one of three subchapters. Williamson County currently operates under local government code 111.061, Subchapter C., Alternate Method of Budget Preparation in Counties with population of more than 125,000 which establishes a Budget Office. The Williamson County Budget Office originated in 2009 and currently employs the Budget Officer, appointed by the court, as well as one Budget Assistant Officer and one Budget Analyst.
A copy of the operating budget is available for viewing during normal business hours in the office of the County Clerk. Please feel free to e-mail the Budget Office or call (512) 943-3756 with any questions you may have regarding budgets.
The Annual County Budget Order in Adobe Acrobat format please see the following link to obtain the most recent copy of Adobe Reader.
The Budget Office submits a Budget Document annually to the GFOA. The document for Fiscal Year 2021-22 is available here.
The Williamson County Budget will raise more revenue from property taxes than last year's budget by an amount of $48,161,450, which is a 14.7% percent increase from last year's budget. The property tax revenue to be raised from new property added to the tax roll this year is $15,552,629.
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