Originally founded as the Williamson County Karst Foundation, the WCCF is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation formed by the Williamson County Commissioners Court and overseen by an appointed Board of Directors with the goal of holistic conservation planning and fostering and facilitating responsible development.
3rd Wednesday of alternative months starting in January
Williamson County Parks office 219 Perry Mayfield Leander, TX 78641
For additional information on meetings please call the Williamson County Conservation Foundation (WCCF) Administrator at 512-943-1921.
Agendas & Minutes
Meeting notices and agendas are posted at the Williamson County Historic Courthouse, 710 S Main Street, Georgetown, and available upon request.
Pct. 3 Commissioner Valerie Covey, Board President Williamson County, TX
Pct. 2 Commissioner Cynthia Long, Board Vice-president Williamson County, TX
Brent A. Baker Round Rock, TX
Allen Bowersox Georgetown, TX
Paul Barron Cedar Park, TX
Ben Thompson Hutto, TX
Lyle Grimes Cedar Park, TX
How to Get Involved
Long-term management of the Regional Habitat Conservation Plan provides numerous opportunities for public involvement, and the WCCF Board encourages the public to become actively involved in this process.
Through public involvement, WCCF has created and manages a plan that works for the people of Williamson County.