Williamson County health officials ask for public input from Round Rock residents

The Williamson County and Cities Health District (WCCHD), in collaboration with the City of Round Rock and other member cities, has launched the 2025 Community Health Assessment survey to collect the community’s feedback on what they believe are the most pressing health needs for Williamson County.

The feedback will be used to inform decision-making, prioritize health issues and assist in the development and implementation of Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP).

According to a press release from Williamson County and Cities Health District (WCCHD), the community is working together to improve health and wellness in Williamson County. “Health care providers, faith-based organizations, public health, school districts, non-profit organizations, local governments and community members are working together to address health issues where we live, learn, work and play,” the release states.

The link to the survey in English, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese and Korean is available at: www.healthywilliamsoncounty.org/cha. Paper surveys are available by emailing hwc@wilco.org or calling 512-248-3217. Williamson County community-based organizations may request a presentation on CHA/CHIP progress by emailing hwc@wilco.org.

About the WCCHD

The Williamson County and Cities Health District (WCCHD), nationally accredited by the Public Health Accreditation Board, works to protect, promote, and improve the health of all people in Williamson County. WCCHD provides critical public health services including retail food inspections, clinical services like immunizations and well-woman exams, epidemiological and emergency responses to disease outbreaks, mosquito surveillance, WIC nutrition benefits and education, and eligibility screening for the county indigent healthcare and state programs. Learn more at www.wcchd.org.

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