Cedar Park Annex
Commissioner Precinct Two
350 Discovery Blvd., 
Suite 201
Cedar Park, TX 78613
Phone: (512) 260-4280
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Commissioner Precinct Two Cynthia Long

Commissioner Cynthis LongCynthia Long is a graduate of Texas A&M and has served Williamson County as Commissioner for Precinct Two since 2007. Before being elected County Commissioner, she worked in various technical positions before moving into IT management. She started her own IT consulting company in 1997, which focused on information technology and project management. Her clients included companies in the US, Central and South America, and Europe.

Commissioner Long was elected twice to the Cedar Park City Council, served on the Cedar Park Planning and Zoning Commission as well as the Round Rock Medical Center Board of Directors. She helped start and was the founding Chairman of the Twin Lakes Family YMCA. Currently, Commissioner Long serves on the Board of Trustees of the Cedar Park Regional Medical Center.

Commissioner Long is the Chair of the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) Transportation Policy Board. She also serves on and is past chairman of the Capital Area Planning Council of Government (CAPCOG) Executive Committee and is on the Strategic Advisory Committee for the 10 County Emergency Communications District. Commissioner Long serves as Vice-President of the Williamson County Conservation Foundation and on the Williamson County Benefits Committee.

Commissioner Long enjoys mentoring youth and young adults, fishing, snow skiing, and the beach. She has been married to her husband, Donn, for 35 years. They are active members at Hill Country Bible Church, Lakeline Campus and have served in high school and adult ministry.


Commissioner Cynthia Long Recipient of TxDOT Road Hand Award

  • 7 February 2022
  • Author: Yvonne Ramirez
  • Number of views: 3845
Commissioner Cynthia Long Recipient of TxDOT Road Hand Award

Williamson County Precinct Two Commissioner Cynthia Long is the recipient of the 2022 Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Road Hand Award. She was recognized for the award today at the State Transportation Forum.

The Road Hand Award was created in 1973 and is the Texas Department of Transportation’s highest tribute to citizens who have freely given their time, energy, support, and vision toward accomplishing important transportation programs or projects in their communities, their region or the entire state.

“Transportation is vital to a healthy community and its economic success. I am honored to represent a thriving and vibrant community that encourages me to solve transportation challenges. I am humbled to be recognized by The Texas Department of Transportation for my contributions,” said Commissioner Cynthia Long.

During her career, she has helped shape transportation policy and prioritize funding in Central Texas. She worked with the legislature and TxDOT to streamline the Department’s environmental review process. She delivered a number of transformative projects in Williamson County after voters approved two road bond programs totaling $722 million. On the board of the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO), she helped secure billions of dollars to reconstruct and add new lanes to I-35 as well as securing hundreds of millions to add frontage roads to 183A through Cedar Park.

“Commissioner Long’s passion and her leadership have been an important part of regional transportation successes.  She has been a champion for transportation projects not only in Williamson County, but in our region. I appreciate her efforts and collaborative approach and I am glad we were able to recognize her outstanding contributions,” said Tucker Ferguson, TxDOT District Engineer.

“Commissioner Long’s well-deserved honor is a reflection of the hard work, partnership with local and state partners, and visionary leadership that is needed in a fast growing region like ours. Her contributions and efforts to improve transportation in the Central Texas region and the state of Texas cannot be overstated,” said Ashby Johnson, executive director of CAMPO.

Cynthia Long has served as the Precinct Two commissioner since 2007. In 2020, Long became the first woman to chair the CAMPO Transportation Policy Board and is also the first person from Williamson County to hold this position. She also sits on the Capital Area Council of Governments (CAPCOG) Executive Committee.

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