Community Events
Williamson County Emergency Communications attends community events which allows our team to engage with our community and other partners in public safety. These events afford us the opportunity to answer questions, recruit future employees, educate the public and hand out free goodies. Come see us at one of the events below.

This event encompasses the following entities below and provides the opportunity for the public to meet members of each team, ask questions and of course touch the assets and equipment used every day in their duties. See pictures of our most recent attendance below.

Attending entities:

  • Wilco Emergency Communications
  • Wilco Emergency Management
  • Local Sheriff and Police departments and their specialty units
  • Local Fire and EMS departments
  • Military
  • ISD Transportation
  • Texas Search and Rescue
  • FBI
  • Local vendors

Image of an EMS Ambulance

Image of an EMS Ambulance

Touch-a-Truck June 2021

Shattered Dreams

This event occurs at a local high school campus that re-enacts the scene of an alcohol related crash. This event encompasses the incident as if it were happening now with the following responses:

  • 911 call
  • Police
  • Fire
  • EMS
  • HELO (helicopter response)
  • Justice of the Peace
  • Funeral home
  • Family notifications
  • Arresting the driver

Image of Emergency Response to a car accident.

This event helps to educate teens and other members of the community about the dangers of drunk driving. See pictures of our most recent event below.

Image of two Emergency Communications Employees

Image of an Emergency Services Truck with a helicopter taking off in the background.

Shattered Dreams May 2021

Motorcycle Chute Out

This event brings together several law enforcement entities to compete in several motorcycle obstacle courses for a chance to be titled as a winner. This event occurred in March of 2021, with funds raised going to the Sunshine Kids Foundation and Special Olympics Texas. Unfortunately, in 2021 the event was not open to the public; therefore, Emergency Communications could not attend due to COVID restrictions. We look forward to attending in 2022. For more information about this event visit their website.