Early voting began Monday, Oct. 22, for a Special Local Option Election. The election is whether to allow the legal sale of all alcoholic beverages including mixed beverages throughout the entire City limits. Election Day is Nov. 6.
Currently, approximately 80 percent of the city allows for the sale of all alcoholic beverages in restaurants and bars, while the remaining areas are only permitted to sell beer and wine. This map shows current laws in place regarding the sale of alcoholic beverages in the City limits.
Williamson County early voting times, locations
Locations below will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays Monday, Oct. 22, through Friday, Nov. 2, and 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28. You can find complete information, including links to Travis County and mobile voting locations, at our Elections page.
- Baca Senior Center, 301 W Bagdad Ave., Building 2, Round Rock
- JB & Hallie Jester Annex, 1801 E Old Settlers Blvd., Round Rock
- Round Rock Randalls, 2051 Gattis School Road, Round Rock
- Brushy Creek Community Center, 16318 Great Oaks Drive, Round Rock
- Williamson County Inner Loop Annex, 301 SE Inner Loop, Georgetown
- Anderson Mill Limited District, 11500 El Salido Parkway, Austin
- Hartfield PAC at McNeil HS, 5800 McNeil Drive, Austin
- Cedar Park Public Library, 550 Discovery Boulevard, Cedar Park
- Cedar Park Randalls, 1400 Cypress Creek Road, Cedar Park
- Cowan Creek Amenity Center, 1433 Cool Springs Way, Georgetown
- Georgetown School District Administration Building, 603 Lakeway Drive, Georgetown
- Georgetown Randalls, 5721 Williams Drive, Georgetown
- Parks and Recreation Administration Building, 1101 North College Street, Georgetown
- Hutto City Hall, 401 W Front Street, Hutto
- Leander Public Library, 1011 South Bagdad Street, Leander
- Taylor City Hall, 400 Porter Street, Taylor
On May 4 the City received “An application for local option election” to make it legal to sell all alcoholic beverages including mixed beverages throughout the entire City. Chapter 501 of the Election Code lays out the process for this and requires the City Clerk to issue petitions to the applicants and requires the applicants to obtain a number of signatures equal to 35 percent of the registered voters in the City of Round Rock that voted in the last gubernatorial election. The issued petitions were returned on June 12, containing the required number of signatures needed for a Local Option Election to be held requiring the City Council to put the proposition on the Nov. 6 ballot.