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Williamson County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Arrest Records

Crime statistics for Williamson County show that there were 4,030 violent crimes and 41,369 property crimes in 2015, the last year with complete and available records. These figures represent a 1.6% increase in violent crimes and a 2.6% dip in property crimes compared to crime data for the previous year. A closer look at crime figures for the county shows that aggravated assault was the leading violent crime with 2,338 incidents. Robbery came second with 1,027 cases followed by 638 rapes and 27 murders. Property crime data analysis reveals that Williamson County recorded 33,100 larcenies in 2015 as well as 5,768 burglaries, 2,501 motor vehicle thefts, and 105 arsons.

Compared to 2014 figures, there were lower incidences of murder (18.2%), rape (5.8%), burglary (11.2%), larceny (1.3%), and arson (13.9%). The county recorded higher rates of aggravated assault (0.6%), robbery (9.8%), and vehicle theft (2.1%) in the same period.

Criminal Records

The Texas Department of Public Safety (TxDPS) is responsible for maintaining a current list of registered sex offenders residing in all the counties in the state. In accordance with state laws, TxDPS makes this sex offender registry publicly available on its website. To search this database, visit the Public Sex Offender Registry Search page. Citizens can search for individual sex offenders by name or conduct a map search to find all registered offenders living in their counties and neighborhoods. The search tool also allows the public to find registered sex offenders living in and around college and university campuses all over the state.

The Corrections Division of the Williamson County Sheriff's Office is responsible for maintaining the county's jails and the inmates there. It makes jail records publicly available on the county's website. Use the search feature of the Jail Records webpage to locate inmates and recently released individuals. There is also a dedicated portal for finding Jail Bond Records.

Court Records

All court records for Williamson County are available on a public access database hosted on the county's website. These include criminal, civil, probate, and family case records. There is a separate search portal for criminal case records. Find case documents quickly by searching by defendant or attorney's name, citation, or date filed. The Public Access Records Inquiry page also includes dedicated portals for searching the dockets and calendars of all District, County at Law, and Justice courts in the county.

Court records, like judgements, for the county are also available on the Official Public Records Search and Copies portal. After finding the court and/or public records they need, citizens can also use the self-service system to request and pay for copies of these documents.

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

Public Records

The Williamson County Clerk's Office is in charge of all vital records for the county. The Clerk can issue copies of birth, death, and marriage certificates. The Clerk's Office maintains such records dating back to December 8, 1838. To find them, start by searching on the birth, death, and marriage records portals. The public can also order copies of these documents after finding them. The Williamson County Clerk accepts cash for in-person requests and check for requests made by mail.

To order certified copies of a birth, death, or marriage certificate, visit or send a mail request to:

Williamson County Clerk
405 Martin Luther King Street
Georgetown, TX 78626

The fee for each copy of a birth certificate is $23. The County Clerk charges $21 for the first copy of a death certificate and $4 for each additional copy ordered alongside. The fee for a copy of a marriage certificate is $7.

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Williamson County

Williamson County property records are accessible to all interested applicants, according to the Texas Freedom of Information Act. Local residents can obtain Williamson County property records by submitting a request to the custodian's office.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Williamson County

The Williamson Central Appraisal District serves as the custodian body for all property records within the county. It is also responsible for providing access to online and offline copies of property records, such as deeds, mortgages, easements, and other public documents on real estate. Copies of Williamson County property records are accessible in-person at:

Williamson Central Appraisal District
625 FM 1460
Georgetown, TX 78626-8050
Phone: (512) 930-3787

Requesters can request and obtain copies of Williamson County property records at the Williamson Central Appraisal District from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

In addition to this, the Williamson Central Appraisal District enables interested persons to find property records via an online searchable map of the county. Via the online map interface, requesters may choose to search, download, print out, or share property records in Williamson County.

How to Look Up Williamson County Property Records

Interested parties can look up online copies of Williamson County property records through a searchable online property database. Furthermore, requesters may choose to use the simple search or advanced search option to obtain copies of property records. To use the simple search option, requesters must input a combination of the property name, address, or any property identifier into the search box. On the other hand, requesters may provide the property owner’s information, property information, and legal description to obtain property records via the advanced search option.

Location of Williamson County Property Assessors

Williamson Central Appraisal District
625 FM 1460
Georgetown, TX 78626-8050
Phone: (512) 930-3787

Williamson County Tax Office
Round Rock, TX
Phone: (512) 943-1601

Round Rock Home Appraisal
Phone: (512) 430-1143

Williamson County Tax Office- Cedar Park
Cedar Park, TX
Phone: (512) 943-1601

Williamson County Tax Office- Taylor
Taylor, TX
Phone: (512) 943-1601