Where Opportunity Lives

Discover how we’re breaking ground on growth in Williamson County

The Williamson County Economic Development Partnership

The Williamson County Economic Development Partnership is a self-funded collaboration of city leaders acting together to improve the economic well-being and quality of life for the region. Under the values of strategic growth, professionalism and integrity, and a shared pro-business mentality, the partnership works to build shared prosperity in the region.

Explore Why Williamson County is the Top Growth Area in Texas.

Select the community and site best for your business, family and life.

Williamson County is full of rich history and friendly people. A variety of communities greet you with all the Texan hospitality they can give. Our county has experienced robust growth over the past decade, but maintains the quality of life you and your employees deserve.

Discover all that Williamson County has to offer.

Visit our community partners to learn more about each city.
You can even stake your own land claim on the site selection.
But remember, don’t pick the bluebonnets.

Williamson County News

Proposed $1 billion development with hotel, residences, 4-acre crystalline lagoon coming to Leander

Leander Springs, a 78-acre, mixed-use project with retail, restaurants, entertainment, hospitality, office and residential components, is coming to town, Leander Mayor Troy Hill announced Oct. 15. Located at the southwest corner of FM 2243 and 183A, expectations are that a…Read More

Austin firm to build first phase of Domain-like development in Leander

An Austin-based general contractor will lead the initial stage of construction on Leander’s next big project. Leander City Council voted Feb. 20 to award a $13.4 million contract to DeNucci Constructors LLC for the first phase of the Northline mixed-use…Read More

$21.3M bond sale approved for convention center at Kalahari

Plans for a city-owned convention center located within the future Kalahari Resorts & Conventions site advanced July 25. Both the Round Rock Transportation and Economic Development Corp. and Round Rock City Council approved the sale of $21.3 million sales tax…Read More