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Call (512) 943-3330, send e-mail directly to the County Road Administrator, or write:Williamson County Director of Road and BridgeRoad and Bridge Division3151 SE Inner LoopGeorgetown, TX 78626Our offices are in the County Central Maintenance Facility. Our office hours are Monday - Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. When our office is closed we do have an answering machine and the messages are checked every morning. In an emergency outside regular office hours, call the Sheriff's Department at (512) 943-1300.
For signs other than normal regulatory traffic signs, you will need to send a letter and or petition with signatures of area residents to our department stating your request and reasons/justification for needing the sign. The road administrator will then approve or disapprove this request. If your request is approved you will need to then purchase the sign yourself and the road department will install the sign if on a county maintained road.
St. Johns County residents are encouraged to prepare well in advance of disasters. Make a plan for yourself, family members, and pets so that everyone knows what to do in an emergency. Assemble an Emergency Supply Kit of important papers, supplies, and medications that you will need with you if you have to evacuate your home. Be Informed before, during, and after a disaster.
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The University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) in Stanislaus County is part of a nationwide system of off-campus education, based on a three-way partnership among the County Board of Supervisors, the University of California, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. UCCE brings the resources of the University of California to Stanislaus County residents. Each partner plays a key role in providing funding and support of our programs. Stanislaus County's commitment and support has made it possible for us to bring science-based research and education programs to county residents for 104 continuous years
The Treasurer- Tax Collector Department is comprised of three divisions: Taxes, Treasury, and Revenue Re-covery. The Taxes Division collects secured and unsecured property taxes along with other revenues, includ-ing cannabis tax, to help a variety of public agencies meet their financial goals. The Department also issues licenses for various types of businesses. The Treasury Division accepts deposits for all County departments, school districts and special districts, processes deposits for county-wide over the counter credit card pay-ments and receives absent heir funds to be held in trust before distribution to the State of California. The Rev-enue Recovery Division provides a centralized collection, billing and debt resolution service to all County de-partments and interagency participants. The division utilizes well-qualified, knowledgeable staff to collect on outstanding debts using professional collection and billing services for the resolution of debts owed to the County and other partnering agencies. The Revenue Recovery clients consist of over 20 county departments, several city agencies and the Superior Court of Stanislaus County. 59ce067264