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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.

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Announcements

Williamson County Saves More than $25 Million on Refunding Debt

The Williamson County Commissioners Court heard a report Tuesday, February 2, that the County saved more than $25 million when it recently refunded more than $193.43 million in debt service. Dan Wegmiller with Specialized Public Finance reported that by refunding existing debt, interest rates were lowered from between 3% to 5% to between 0.612% and 1.196% saving the county $25,266,879.  

Williamson County also affirmed its AAA bond ratings from both Fitch Ratings and Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services. The rating reflects the strength of the management of the county, strong local economy, and strong budgeting.

“Williamson County continues to experience strong economic growth. That combined with its conservative approach to budgeting and management has helped the County maintain its AAA bond rating. It is the AAA bond rating that allows us to take advantage of these incredibly low interest rates,” said First Assistant County Auditor Julie Kiley.

Since 2004, Williamson County has saved $57.5 million through paying debt off early and $103.3 million in interest costs through 18 refinancing opportunities.

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