Williamson County HIstoric Courthouse
Public Information Office

710 S. Main Street, Suite 101
Georgetown, TX 78626
Main Line: 512-943-1663
Fax: 512-943-1662
Media Line: 512-943-1122
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Connie Odom
Public Affairs Manager
Phone: (512) 943-1663
[email protected]

Lauren Gammon
Multi-Media Specialist
Phone: (512) 943-3579
[email protected]

Chris Stoltz
Communication Specialist
Phone: (512) 943-1615
[email protected]

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The mission of Public Affairs is to inform and educate by providing accurate, timely and consistent information through the most effective channels and encouraging engagement with all our stakeholders. Our stakeholders include current and future residents, employees, media, companies, taxpayers, other governmental entities and the general public. Our vision is to connect the Williamson County community. 

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City of Austin Issues Boil Water Notice, Williamson County Opens Water Distribution Center 5 February 2022

City of Austin Issues Boil Water Notice, Williamson County Opens Water Distribution Center

The City of Austin issued a citywide boil water notice which was lifted February 8. A citywide boil water notice has been issued due to an internal process issue at the Ullrich Water Treatment Plant. Customers should boil tap water vigorously for at least two minutes prior to using it for drinking or cooking. Williamson County will operate a water distribution center at Kelly Reeves Athletic Stadium, 10211 W Parmer Ln, Austin, TX 78717, on Monday, February 7, and Tuesday, February 8, from noon to 8 p.m. The limit is two cases per vehicle until supplies run out. For more information, visit austintexas.gov/alerts.

Williamson County Responds to Winter Storm Landon 4 February 2022

Williamson County Responds to Winter Storm Landon

Icy roadways and freezing temperatures may have closed county offices, but Williamson County emergency responders and essential employees continued to work keeping residents safe. Williamson County Emergency Communications had 201 calls for service on Thursday. There were 30 fire calls, 84 law enforcement calls and 87 calls for EMS. The Sheriff’s Office responded to a few crashes caused by icy roads. Williamson County responders will continue to monitor conditions and roadways through the rest of today and Saturday morning. The county’s local disaster declaration will end at 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 4.

Williamson County under Winter Storm Watch Thursday 1 February 2022

Williamson County under Winter Storm Watch Thursday

A Winter Storm Watch has been issued from 3 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 3, for the region, including Williamson County, where icing and travel impacts are most likely to occur. If roads are icy or dangerous, please stay home! To learn more about driving conditions in Texas, visit www.drivetexas.org. As the temperature drop below freezing, remember to protect the 4 Ps: people, pets, plants and pipes.

Burn Ban Lifted 21 January 2022

Burn Ban Lifted

Williamson County is not under a burn ban. The Order Declaring a Local State of Disaster for Williamson County expired on Friday, January 21, 2022, at 5 p.m. Please be cautious with any outdoor burning activity.  Outdoor burning must be conducted under state regulations found in Texas Administrative Code Section 30 TAC 111.219.


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