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Dell Diamond to Serve as COVID-19 Vaccination Site

  • 12 March 2021
  • Author: Connie Odom
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The Round Rock Express, in partnership with Williamson County and COVID-19 testing and public health services startup Curative, are excited to announce that Dell Diamond will become a COVID-19 vaccination site beginning on Friday, March 12, with over 2,000 vaccines per day available to approved residents by appointment. Appointments are required to receive the vaccine and are only available to residents on the registered waitlist through Williamson County. Those currently qualified to be on the waitlist are front-line healthcare workers, residents at long-term care facilities, educators, residents age 65 and older and residents age 16 and older with other health-related issues that could exacerbate the effects of COVID-19. Those who qualify can register for the waitlist by visiting this page. An email will be sent with information regarding scheduling an appointment to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. 

Williamson County Receives Excellence in Procurement Award

  • 9 March 2021
  • Author: Connie Odom
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The Williamson County Purchasing Department is the recipient of the 25th Annual Achievement of Excellence in Procurement Award for 2020 from the National Procurement Institute, Inc. (NPI). This is the 25th year for this program that recognizes procurement organizations that embrace innovation, professionalism, productivity, leadership and e-Procurement. 

Williamson County Opens More VRTA Sites

Williamson County Opens More VRTA Sites

Williamson County’s volunteer-run Vaccine Registration Technical Assistance (VRTA) centers have proven to be a positive tool to assist residents with the registration process for the COVID-19 vaccine. During the week of March 1, 2021, more than 300 people received support at a VRTA center.  

Williamson County to Follow Governor Greg Abbott’s Executive Order GA-34

Williamson County to Follow Governor Greg Abbott’s Executive Order GA-34

On Wednesday, March 10, Williamson County businesses will be allowed to operate at 100 percent capacity per Governor Greg Abbott’s Executive Order GA-34. Following Governor Abbott’s order,  Williamson County government buildings and facilities also will be open to the public at 100 percent capacity. There will be no additional requirements to enter buildings with the exception of the Justice Center. Governor Abbott’s order also lifted the mask mandate. The public will have the ability to choose if they wear a mask or not in county buildings with the exception of the Justice Center. Pursuant to the 36th Emergency Orders of the Texas Supreme Court, the following minimum health protocols are adopted for the Williamson County Justice Center effective March 10, 2021, until further notice.  

  • Temperature checks must be taken at the door, and an individual with a temperature above 99.6ºF will not be able to enter the building.
  • Masks are required for entry to, and should be worn at all times in, the Justice Center, including in courtrooms and public spaces (except when alone in a space); and
  • Social distancing is required while at the building.

Williamson County Tax Office Closure Schedule for March

Williamson County Tax Office Closure Schedule for March

The Williamson County Tax Assessor-Collector’s offices will be closed for staff training from March 9 to March 11, on a rotating schedule. While one office is closed, other office locations will be open during regular business hours.

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