WilCo Sheriff's Department Print
Tuesday, 28 March 2017 10:22

The Williamson County Sheriff's Department offers an upcoming class for The Williamson County Sheriff’s Citizen Academy.  Classes begin May 3rd and continue for 13 weeks.  The program is designed to give the citizens of Williamson County a working knowledge of the Williamson Sheriff’s Office and the criminal justice system. For info about requirements, application form, program details, download the News Release or visit the Sheriff's Website.

Pond Springs Cemetery Clean-Up Day Print
Tuesday, 28 March 2017 08:48

Pond Springs Cemetery is a historic landmark in our NASWC community: the site dates back to the 1860s.
To read more about its history visit Pond Springs Cemetery and Williamson County Historical Commission

Pond Springs Cemetery Semi-Annual Clean-Up Day ---
Volunteer to help with preserving this historic cemetery in our NASWC Community

Saturday and Sunday, April 1st and 2nd; Morning until Dark

(Rain Dates:  Saturday and Sunday, April 8th and 9th)

9901-9957 Lake Creek Pkwy (across from WalMart)

We need volunteers - Stay for as long as you can or just a few hours.  Bring the family!

Click here for info about what to bring for Clean-Up day

Deed Restrictions / Restrictive Covenants Print
Friday, 24 March 2017 05:17

Do our residential properties have deed restrictions?  Yes, they do.  Deed Restrictions (or Restrictive Covenants) are placed on properties in one of several ways:

1)  As part of the Deed to the Property

2)  As a separate document for a subdivision as part of the plat - by the Developer

3)  As part of an HOA - several of our newer NASWC neighborhoods do have an HOA

4)  As part of the City of Austin Code Enforcement for the portions annexed by the city

These documents may be part of your Deed; or a document attached to the Deed; or a separate document filed with the County by Developer.  These documents should be discovered when the Title Companies do a Title Search for the purchase of a property.  Also the Real Estate Agents should be checking on this when they list a property for sale, or when guiding a buyer to a particular property.

There are several online tools available to help find out about DRs or RCs for your property:

1)  Click on the Deed Restrictions tab on the NASWC website

2)  Visit the Williamson County website's new GIS county map:  you can enlarge the map to find your lot - click on it and a box will pop up with links to property information.

3)  Contact your HOA or City of Austin Code Enforcement (phone 311) for information if you belong to one of these entities.

4)  For Properties which are not within an HOA or the City Limits of Austin, (such as Forest North Estates, Jolly Oaks) there is a Williamson County Website Form to petition for Deed Restriction Enforcement.  (Scroll down page to section on Other Forms:  Deed Restrictions.

For more info about accessing these documents, contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Spring Cleaning Print
Friday, 03 March 2017 07:58

Planning a little Spring Cleaning?

Williamson County Household Hazardous Waste Free Cleanup -- Saturday, March 25, 2017 - 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at Gupton Stadium Parking Lot in Cedar Park

Austin Arma Shred Day - Saturday, April 29, 2017 - 8:00 am to 1:30 pm at ACC Highland Campus
(Scroll down page for FAQ)

House Numbers - Reminder from JVFD Print
Monday, 20 March 2017 08:24

As the trucks drive around the neighborhoods, the firefighters have noticed that many of the home address numbers are hard to find or non-existent. This is usually due to the numbers fading with age, painters painting over them or plant life growing and blocking them. This isn’t a good thing. We are really good at finding streets in the neighborhood but identifying individual homes requires visible address numbers. When seconds count, the last thing you want to see is emergency vehicles passing your home because they can’t see your address!  Read more

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