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WarnCentralTexas.org serves as a public portal for residents to register for our Regional Notification System (RNS) and learn about other ways their local communities distribute information in times of emergencies. WarnCentralTexas.org also is being developed as a regional preparedness resource so residents in the ten-county CAPCOG region can find useful information about how they can prepare themselves for emergencies and disasters.

 
Emergency Management

Color LOGO small636691838875950213The Office of Emergency Management (OEM) assists Williamson County in preparing for, responding to, and recovering from disasters.  The OEM works year-round with City Departments, regional emergency management and public safety officials, and elected officials to develop a plan to lessen the impact of disasters on County residents. OEM Staff comes from various backgrounds and specializations, and work together in the four areas of emergency management: preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation.

During a disaster, please stay tuned to local radio or television stations for up to date information regarding appropriate safety measures. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to learn about preparedness and what the Office of Emergency Management is doing.


 
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Announcements

Water Distribution Locations and Other Winter Storm Resources Available to County Residents

  • 17 February 2021
  • Author: Connie Odom
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Water Distribution Locations and Other Winter Storm Resources Available to County Residents

The winter storm had a devastating effect on our region. However, Williamson County neighbors are reaching out to help their neighbors. The article contains resources available for those impacted by the storm. Please note, some of these resources may vary in availability. Sunday, February 21, several sites are open for water distribution in Andice, Taylor, Georgetown, Liberty Hill, Florence, Jarrell, Jonah, Leander, Cedar Park, Thrall and Weir. In addition, see this article for rechargeable oxygen condenser battery stations, crisis clean-up assistance, donations, and more.

Williamson County Offices Closed Wednesday, February 17, Due to Continued Winter Weather Impacts

  • 16 February 2021
  • Author: Lauren Gammon
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Williamson County Offices Closed Wednesday, February 17, Due to Continued Winter Weather Impacts

Williamson County offices will be closed on Wednesday, February 17, due to continuous severe winter weather in the area. Essential personnel will still report for duty. The Williamson County COVID-19 Vaccine Call Center also will be unavailable on Wednesday, February 17. The Williamson County Landfill will be closed on Wednesday, February 17. The courts in the Justice Center will follow the county closure announcements.  Jury trials for next week are canceled. For updated information on the Justice Center courts, follow them on Twitter @WilcoCourts. 

Williamson County Offices Closed Tuesday, February 16, Due to Wintry Weather Impacts

Williamson County Offices Closed Tuesday, February 16, Due to Wintry Weather Impacts

Williamson County offices will be closed on Tuesday, February 16, due to continuous wintry impacts in the area. Essential personnel will still report for duty. The Williamson County Commissioners Court meeting scheduled for tomorrow, Tuesday, February 16, has been canceled. Berry Springs Park and Preserve and Southwest Williamson County Regional Park also remain closed on February 16. 

Williamson County Urging Residents to Stay Indoors

First Responders Receiving an Influx in Calls, Most due to Falls

Williamson County Urging Residents to Stay Indoors

Williamson County Emergency Medical Services paramedics are responding to an influx of service calls related to emergencies caused by the current weather conditions. Since Sunday, February 14, EMS received 109 calls for service related to injuries due to falls. That is more than three-times the amount of calls EMS responded to the prior 24-hours for fall-related injuries. 

Williamson County Winter Weather Updates

  • 14 February 2021
  • Author: Lauren Gammon
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Williamson County Winter Weather Updates

Williamson County wants to keep you informed on the latest updates on how the winter weather is affecting the county. Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell issued a proclamation declaring a state of disaster for Williamson County on February 14, 2021, due to severe winter weather conditions. The state of disaster shall continue for not more than seven days unless continued or renewed by the Commissioners Court. Williamson County has activated its Emergency Operations Center and will remain active until the winter weather is no longer a threat. Williamson County asks that residents stay home and limit travel as much as possible as all roads have the potential to have dangerous ice formations. For information on the changing road conditions, visit drivetexas.org.
 To view the signed disaster declaration, click here. Click on this story to read the latest information. 

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