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3151 S. E. Inner Loop, Suite B 
Georgetown, Texas 78626
Taylor Line (512) 352-4176 Ext. #3330
Liberty Hill Line (512) 260-4268 Ext. #3330
Phone: (512) 943-3330
Fax: (512) 943-3335
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J. Terron Evertson, P.E.
Director of Road and Bridge
Email:  Road Administrator
Williamson County, TX
(512) 943-3330


If you would like to submit a question or concern to the Williamson County Road and Bridge Division, you may do so by clicking here.

 
Neighborhood Street Resurfacing Program
More than 530 miles of county roads are located in subdivisions and are maintained by Road & Bridge.  These roads have been patched or repaired as needed, but not resealed in several years. Cracks in the roadway allow water to deteriorate the road materials that hold it together and affect its load bearing capacity. In order to ensure that our county roads are sealed and protected from deterioration due to water, Williamson County has begun a major investment in preventative maintenance of our local roads. 

 
Teravista Pavement Study
The Teravista subdivision is situated on highly expansive soils and, as a result, there has been significant movement in the pavement over time due to changes in moisture content of the pavement substructure. A result of this condition is deflection or undulation of the pavement riding surface. Williamson County Road & Bridge Division is undertaking a study to determine the extent of the surface deformations. Surveying and Mapping, Inc. (SAM, Inc.) will utilize their “Google maps”-type vehicle to electronically survey and assess the pavement surface.

Survey Control Point
SAM Mobile Mapper
Teravista Survey Control
 
County Road Major Maintenance

Once a road has deteriorated to a point where preventative maintenance is no longer a viable option, then other corrective actions become necessary. Each road is different. Roads have different traffic loadings, different soil conditions, different existing materials in the pavement structure, and different drainage characteristics. By analyzing the existing road conditions, we determine whether to improve, replace or construct pavement structures underneath the roadway surface on a case by case basis. The worst case scenario for corrective actions involves total reconstruction. The time, equipment and material costs associated with total reconstruction are many times greater than preventive maintenance. That is why preventive maintenance is so important.  To view a list of County Roads to receive major maintenance this year, Click Here. To view more click here.