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Before installing a driveway, you must contact our office. Staff will come out to view the property and notify you what size pipe needs to be installed for the driveway. You then need to purchase the pipe and install it yourself. For more information, please see the driveway policy (PDF).
The County does not maintain U.S. or state roads, roads that are in the city limits of an incorporated city, or private roads. For information on a specific road, call Commissioners Court records at 512-943-1515 or contact the Road & Bridge Division office at 512-943-3330.
Email: [email protected],
Write:Williamson CountyRoad & Bridge Division3151 SE Inner LoopGeorgetown, TX 78626
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Our offices are located in the County Central Maintenance Facility. If calling outside of business hours, please leave a voicemail. Messages are checked every morning, Monday - Friday. In an emergency outside regular office hours, please call the Sheriff's Department at 512-943-1300.
If you are putting up a mailbox on a county-maintained road you will need to install the mailbox yourself, as we do not install mailboxes. We do ask that you not place any large rock or mailboxes in the county right-of-way that will obstruct the view or be dangerous.
Call the Road & Bridge Division at 512-943-3330 to report problems or submit a work order request.
For signs other than normal regulatory traffic signs, you will need to send a letter and or petition with signatures of area residents to our department stating your request and reasons/justification for needing the sign. The road administrator will then approve or disapprove this request. If your request is approved you will need to then purchase the sign yourself and the road department will install the sign if on a county maintained road.
If you notice a dead animal on the side of a county-maintained road, please call us at 512-943-3330 or email us, and we will get it taken care of as soon as possible. Please note: We do not have the means to pick up large livestock and we cannot go onto personal property to pick up any dead animals.
When the County government plans new roads, the County Commissioners discuss these plans as part of the agenda of Commissioners Court. New roads planned by developers are usually presented at Commissioners Court as part of the platting process.
If a county-maintained road has litter or someone has dumped trash on the side of a road, please call us at 512-943-3330 or email us and we will have it picked up. We will also try to find out who dumped the trash on a county-maintained road or on the side of the road, as legal action may be taken.
Please see vendor information from the Purchasing Department and subscribe to Bonfire to receive Invitations for Bids by electronic mail.