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|NOTICE: All WCCHD and WIC Offices Will be Closed Thu. Nov. 26 and Fri. Nov. 27|
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|Survey: Feedback Wanted!
Williamson County and Cities Health District, the WilCo Wellness Alliance, and local area hospitals need your input on the most important health issues in the county. Take the Survey
|Flu Shots Now Available at All Public Health Centers Learn more...|
|Fight the Bite - West Nile Activity in Williamson County Learn more...
Mosquito Samples Positive for West Nile Virus in 78628 Zip Code Read News Release
|Weekly Influenza-like Illness Report: Data on Influenza-like Illness is collected throughout the season from a variety of sources to get a snapshot of flu activity in Williamson County. Learn more...|
|Effective September 14: The WIC office in the Taylor Public Health Center will be closed Mondays. Taylor WIC offices will be open Tuesday through Friday, with evening clinic hours Wednesdays until 7:00 p.m.|
|2015 County Health Rankings Released
Williamson County ranked as one of the Healthiest Counties in Texas for the 6th year in a row. Learn more...
|WCCHD Releases 2014-2016 Strategic Plan
The purpose of WCCHD’s Strategic Plan is to define the direction for our agency over the next three years, and through a common understanding of the Board’s focus areas and priorities. Our intent is to ensure quality public health services for our member governments: Williamson County and the cities of Round Rock, Georgetown, Cedar Park, Taylor, Hutto, Liberty Hill and Leander. View the Plan
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