Cedar Park Annex
Commissioner Precinct Two
350 Discovery Blvd., 
Suite 201
Cedar Park, TX 78613
Phone: (512) 260-4280
Fax: (512) 260-4284
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Kathy Pierce
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(512) 260-6514 Direct Line
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Commissioner Precinct Two Cynthia Long

Commissioner Cynthia LongCommissioner Long has been active in the community since moving to Williamson County in 1988. She was elected twice to the Cedar Park City Council, during which time she served as Mayor Pro-Tem, and also served on the Cedar Park Planning and Zoning Commission as well as the Round Rock Medical Center Board of Directors. Commissioner Long served on the Williamson County Metro YMCA Board and was the founding Chairman of the Twin Lakes Family YMCA. Commissioner Long was also the Vice Chairman of the Williamson County Republican Party for three years. Additionally, Commissioner Long was appointed to and currently serves on the Board of the Directors for the Cedar Park Regional Medical Center.


September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

  • 17 September 2019
  • Author: Connie Odom
  • Number of views: 4218
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

The Williamson County Commissioners Court approved a proclamation recognizing the month of September as Suicide Prevention Month in Williamson County. The Court encourages everyone to save the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1-800-273-TALK(8255) on their phones to be ready to help if co-workers, friends or family are in need. 

The Center for Disease Control reported that the national average for suicide was 14.0 per 100,000 and the rate for the State of Texas was 13.4.  The average for Williamson County during the same period was 10.4.  

Williamson County community leaders recognize that every life is precious and valuable. Dedicated groups continue to strive for improvements to the behavioral health system and to help keep Williamson County ranked as one of the healthiest counties in the State of Texas. Williamson County currently is third out of 254 counties.  

Alan's Hope, the Child and Youth Behavioral Health Committee, the Williamson County Behavioral Health Task Force, and Williamson County and Cities Health District with their Healthy Williamson County initiative are continuing their efforts to improve the behavioral health system in the county. These groups work together to create a behavioral health system that works effectively, without duplication of valuable resources.  

The efforts of these groups help to reduce the stigma of seeking help. Just as there is no hesitation in seeking help for a heart attack, diabetes or a broken bone, there should not be stigma in receiving help for behavioral health needs.

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