Additional Resources

  • 2-1-1 Texas: United Way

    Simply dial 211 Toll free 877-541-7905


    Has a database of community resources, including but not limited to: agencies that help pay for rent or utilities, parenting classes, help finding food or housing, child care, crisis counseling or substance abuse treatment, etc.

  • Bastrop County Cares



    A county-wide partnership of public, private, faith-based, and nonprofit organizations, institutions, and individuals which collaboratively identifies and strengthens the social, health, educational, and economic opportunities in Bastrop County.

  • Blinn College Workforce Education



    100 Ranger Dr in Sculenburg. Workforce Education non-credit classes are designed to fulfill specific workforce training needs for individuals, businesses and industry. Programs vary in length and are offered in a non-tradition format with daytime, evening and weekend options.


    512-478-7433 Toll free 800-456-7433


    Regional transportation for non-urbanized areas.

  • Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and Medicaid

    Simply dial 2-1-1 Toll free 877-541-7905


    CHIP and Children’s Medicaid both cover services need to keep kids healthy, including: dentist visits, cleanings, and fillings, eye exams and glasses, choice of doctors, regular checkups, and office visits, prescription drugs and vaccines, access to medical specialists and mental health care, hospital care and services, medical supplies, X-rays, and lab tests, treatment of special health needs, treatment of pre-existing conditions. Enrollment fee and co-pays are based on family’s income.

  • Consumer Credit Counseling


    Credit Counseling, Debt Management, Bankruptcy Counseling, Housing Services, Student Loans and Financial Education.

  • Goodwill Central Texas



    Education and job training programs. Help to find a job. Services offered at various locations.

  • Lakes Area Care, Inc (LACare)



    Vouchers for antibiotic medicine needs. Serves as a referral clearinghouse for other services and resources located in the community.

  • Office of Texas Attorney General/Child Support



    Services for parents who wish to obtain or provide support for their children.

  • Opportunities for Williamson and Burnet Counties: Community Services



    Provides assistance in case management to those who qualify, by empowering those who strive for a transition out of poverty.

  • San Marcos Housing Authority: Family Self-Sufficiency Program (FSS)



    Participants learn new skills that enable them to gain employment with a living wage, build savings, improve credit scores, and otherwise learn how to become more self-sufficient. Participants set educational goals including vocational and two-year degree programs.

  • Williamson County Community Resources Website


  • Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area (WSRCA)


    Administers programs designed to assist eligible participants in gaining and retaining employment. Provides a variety of no-cost services that greatly improve a job seeker's chances of finding employment.Some of the programs offered are:Choices: Job search assistance and support services to persons receiving cash assistance benefits through the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) block grant. Provides funding for child care assistance, transportation, work-related expenses and more.Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Employment & Training (SNAP E&T): requires persons age 16–59 receiving food stamp benefits to participate in employment, training or work-related activities unless they are exempt under the law. SNAP E&T provides funding for employment and job search activities, educational and/or vocational training activities, transportation and moreWorkforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA): provides activities to increase the employment, retention and earnings of participants. WIOA provides funding for job search, career counseling and training services to three groups: Adults, Dislocated Workers and Youth.

Child Care Centers in Travis County

  • Open Door East School



    3804 Cherrywood Rd in Austin 78722Has a part-time social worker to help families navigate the state tuition subsidy system. Has internal program to assist families that do not meet the eligibility criteria for government subsidies but nonetheless struggle to pay full tuition. This funding is limited.Serves ages 6weeks-5years, Monday-Friday from 7:15a-5:45p.

  • Open Door Preschool at M Station



    2918 E MLK Blvd in Austin 78702Has a part-time social worker to help families navigate the state tuition subsidy system. Has internal program to assist families that do not meet the eligibility criteria for government subsidies but nonetheless struggle to pay full tuition. This funding is limited. Serves ages 6weeks-12years, Monday-Friday from 7:15a-5:45p.

  • Sammy’s House Child Development Center



    2415 Twin Oaks Dr in Austin 78757Offers scholarships and discounted rates for qualifying families. Serves ages 6weeks-12years, Monday-Friday 7:00a-6:00p.

Child Care Resources

  • Cen-Tex Family Services, Inc.

    512-303-7737 Toll free 800-433-7570 Fax 512-303-6604


    Services are no cost to qualifying families. Early Head Start for ages newborn-3years and Head Start for ages 3-5years. Promotes school readiness and seek to improve the quality of life for children and families, to empower them to become self-sufficient, contributing members of society.

  • Child Care Aware



    Provides resources for families about quality child care and finding child care. Offers child care fee assistance to eligible members of the military and Department of Defense. Eligibility requirements are determined by each branch of service or agency.

  • Child Care Discounts

    Some child care programs offer a discount to employees of certain companies, veterans, siblings , etc. When visiting child care programs, ask if they offer any discounts.

  • Community Action, Inc. of Central Texas Head Start & Early Head Start



    Services are available at no cost to qualifying families. Early Head Start for ages newborn-3years and Head Start for ages 3-5years. Promotes school readiness of children from low-income families by supporting their development in a comprehensive way.

  • Extend-A-Care YMCA: Hays CISD After-school care



    On-site after-school care for elementary age children.Families who qualify for free/reduced lunches and are working or are in training programs for a required number of hours pay fees on a sliding fee scale according to their gross monthly income and number of family members.

  • Hill Country Community Action



    Services are available at no cost to qualifying families. Offers Early Care and Education programs for Early Head Start for ages newborn-3years and Head Start for ages 3-5years. Eligibility is determined by age and income, and prioritized by a point system. Foster children, homeless children, and families that receive Supplemental Security Income or TANF cash assistance are categorically eligible and are priority.

  • Johnson City Head Start and Community Preschool


    Services are available at no cost to qualifying families. Early Head Start for ages newborn-3years and Head Start for ages 3-5years. Promotes school readiness of children ages birth to five from low-income families by supporting their development in a comprehensive way.

  • Lee County Youth Center



    Offers after-school care from 3p-6p, each day that Giddings ISD is open. Also offers full day care in the Summer.Offers scholarships.

  • Little Texans Big Futures


    Choosing Care for Your Child information

  • On-site after-school care

    Contact the school that your child attends and ask if after-school care is offered. On-site after-school care is offered in many schools, for children in pre-kindergarten and older. Sometimes these programs offer scholarships or fees based on your household size and income-also known as sliding scale fees. X

  • Opportunities for Williamson and Burnet Counties: Early Head Start and Head Start



    Early Head Start for ages newborn-3years and Head Start for ages 3-5years. Focuses on school readiness and providing comprehensive services (such as health and nutrition) to children and their families. Services are available at no cost to qualifying families.

  • Pre-Kindergarten: Texas Education Agency

    Contact your neighborhood elmentary school 512-463-9581


    Pre-K programs are offered in many school districts. Children must be at least three years of age and meet other eligibility criteria.

  • Student Services: College/University

    If you are attending a college or university, ask your Student Services department to see if on-site child care is available or if they offer help to pay for child care while you attend school.

  • Texas Health and Human Services/Child Care Licensing



    Regulates and inspects licensed and registered child care programs. Search for a child care program and see their most recent inspection reports. Provides parenting and health and safety resources.

  • Wonderschool


    Helps parents find child care and providers grow their childcare business.

  • YMCA Child Care Center, After-school Care and Summer Camp



    Child Care Center in Round Rock: serves infants-5year olds.. Open Monday-Friday, 6:30a-6:00p.After-school care and summer camps: serves children 5-12years and offered at various locations. Financial assistance is based on a sliding fee scale that is designed to fit each family’s financial situation

Choosing Quality Matters

  • AdvancED Quality Early Learning Schools (QELS)



  • Association of Christian Schools International (ASCI)



  • Council on Accreditation (COA)


  • National Accreditation Commission for Early Care and Education Program (NACCP)



  • National Association for Family Child Care (NAFCC)



  • National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)



  • National Early Childhood Program Accreditation (NECPA)



  • Texas Rising Star


    A quality rating and improvement system for Texas Early Childhood Programs participating in the Texas Workforce Commission’s Child Care Services program.

Food, Utilities, Other Expenses Resources

  • Bastrop Food Pantry



    Emergency food, counseling and referrals and assistance in applying for benefits under the Texas Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (“SNAP”).

  • Buda United Methodist Church



    Eligibility: Kyle or Buda resident must show proof of residency such as, utility bill or driver’s license. Pastors’ Discretionary Fund: May be able to pay for gas &/or utilities if funds are available.

  • Burnet County Hunger Alliance (BCHA)


    Helps coordinate and direct people to existing resources and find gaps in service with the goal being three healthy meals daily to anyone in Burnet County who needs them.

  • Choose My Plate


    Information on nutrition and healthy eating, from the Dept of Agriculture

  • Community Action Comprehensive Energy Assistance Program (CEAP)

    979-540-2980 Toll free 800-688-9065


    Utility assistance program designed to assist low income households in meeting energy needs, and to encourage consumers to control energy through energy education.

  • Elgin Food Pantries

    Advocacy Outreach: 512-281-4180 Community Cupboard: 512.285.4552 FBC Elgin Food Pantry: 512-661-8685

  • Hays County Food Bank



    Provides food at no cost to individuals living within Hays County and the San Marcos and Hays CISD boundaries.

  • Hill Country Community Ministries



    Provides food, clothing and other assistance for people in crisis and those living in poverty in southwest Williamson and northwest Travis counties. Operates a food pantry that stocks nonperishable food and essential personal care items. The Clothes Closet provides serviceable, gently-used clothing for children and adults, including coats, jackets, new socks and underwear, and blankets.Other assistance includes new shoes for children. Refers clients to other agencies for access to additional community resources to help stabilize their situation.

  • Johnson City Christian Food Pantry


    Food Pantry for residents in Johnson City ISD area.

  • Lakes Area Care, Inc (LACare)



    Emergency food for families residing in the Burnet Consolidated Independent School District.

  • Operation Liberty Hill



    Financial assistance for electricity, water, gasoline, propane and prescriptions. Also has a food pantry and thrift store. Must be residents of the Liberty Hill Independent School District.

  • Round Rock Serving Center



    Services include a food pantry, clothing & furniture vouchers, computers for kids, community gardens, adult computer classes in English & Spanish, a charity thrift store, and financial assistance for utilities, rent, prescriptions, transportation, and temporary lodging. Serves Round Rock and surrounding areas.

  • Salvation Army San Marcos/Hays County


    Assists with: utilities, prescriptions, medical equipment, clothing, and household items.

  • Salvation Army Williamson County



    Goal is to prevent homelessness by assisting families in the first stages of financial crisis, helping them to pay rent and utilities and become self-sufficient again. Has a food pantry, clothing closet, kids’ summer camp, a nursing home ministry and a community outreach to a disadvantaged neighborhood.

  • Schulenburg Area Food Pantry



  • Sharing the Harvest


    Offers canned foods, meat, bread, and fresh produce depending on availability. Receive food at no cost without showing any documentation.

  • Smithville Food Pantry



  • St Margaret Mary - Society of St Vincent de Paul (SSVdP)



    Provides financial assistance for rent, utilities (including electric, water, and gas bills), and prescriptions.

  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)/Lone Star Card

    Simply dial 2-1-1 Toll free 877-541-7905


    The Lone Star Card helps people buy the food they need for good health. This program is not tied to the TANF program. It is considered a nutritional program.

  • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

    Simply dial 2-1-1 Toll free 877-541-7905


    Provides financial help for children and their parents or relatives who are living with them. Monthly cash payments help pay for food, clothing, housing, utilities, furniture, transportation, telephone, laundry, household equipment, medical supplies not paid for by Medicaid and other basic needs.

  • The Caring Place



    Assists with food, clothing, rent and utility bills, household items, transportation needs, temporary shelter, some medical bills and more. Serves Georgetown and northern Williamson County.

  • Village Table


    Mission is to enable the development of healthy eating habits in children through preschool nutrition education, nutrition resources for parents, and professional development training hours for educators.

  • Williamson County Free Food Pantries


  • Women, Infants, and Children Program (WIC)



    A supplemental nutrition program for pregnant women, mothers, and young children. Participants learn about nutrition and how to stay healthy and receive benefits to purchase healthy foods. Services are free to those who are eligible.

Housing/Rent Resources

  • Advocacy Outreach



    Rapid Rehousing Program to help with short term assistance to get into housing. Also has a Homelessness Prevention Program to help prevent eviction.

  • Annunciation Maternity Home



    Provides housing and related services to young mothers facing an unplanned pregnancy. Clients are 12 years of age/older AND pregnant and/or parenting a child under the age of 4 months. Once enrolled, a client may remain at Annunciation until her child reaches the age of 2. Has an on-site child care center for children birth-2years.

  • Bastrop Housing Authority


    Section 8 and Public Housing

  • Burnet Housing Authority


    Section 8 Housing and Public Housing Program

  • Community Action: Emergency Solutions Grant

    979-540-2980 Toll free 800-688-9065


    Provides funding to programs that allow assistance for persons in immediate risk of losing their home, or for persons who meet the federal definition of homelessness. Ability to assist is limited and determined on a case-by-case basis. Determination is also made according to income and ability to maintain housing once assistance has been provided.

  • Community Action:Tenant Based Rental Assistance

    979-540-2980 Toll free 800-688-9065


    Assists households with their housing expenses, while they focus on becoming self-sufficient. Provides assistance with security deposits and rental subsidies for up to 24 months.

  • Consumer Financial Protection Bureau


    The Rental Assistance Finder can direct you to rental assistance programs.

  • Elgin Housing Authority


    Section 8 and Public Housing

  • Flatonia Housing Authority



    Offers Low Rent Public Housing for low income families. Eligibility for people convicted of criminal offenses varies and waiting lists are common.

  • Foundation Communities Children’s Home Initiative



    Services include: affordable housing, education, financial coaching and access to health care. Children’s HOME Initiative (CHI) is an 18-month case management program that connects families with housing, and services, at a variety of Foundation Communities properties.

  • Greater San Marcos Youth Council

    512-754-0500 24-hour Crisis Hotline 1-800-457-0797


    Provides emergency shelter and support services for children who have been neglected, abandoned, abused, or who are homeless or have runaway. Offers a variety of services, including: psychological, medical, and dental evaluations, drug/alcohol assessments, public education or GED classes, individual and family counseling, group therapy, and life skills instruction.

  • Hays-Caldwell Women’s Center

    512-396-3404 or 800-700-4292


    Operates a short-term program for families needing shelter due to family violence. Offers case management services, legal advocacy, counseling, support and group counseling for adults, as well as counseling, support groups, and activities for children.

  • Highland Lakes Family Crisis Center



    Offers services for survivors of family violence, dating violence, stalking and adult/child survivors of stranger and non-stranger sexual assault. Assistance is available 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. Services are free, confidential, and available to clients on a walk-in or scheduled basis and include: crisis intervention hotline, walk-in assistance & emergency shelter, food, locating and furnishing permanent housing, in-shelter counseling, individual and group along with referral services to other helpful agencies, clothing, transportation, medical accompaniment and legal advocacy.

  • Hope Alliance



    Assists those whose lives have been affected by family and sexual violence by providing services and developing partnerships that lead to hope, healing and prevention. Core services include a 24-hour crisis hotline, emergency shelter, transitional housing, accompaniment services, legal advocacy, counseling, support groups, education and prevention.

  • Johnson City Housing Authority


    Section 8 and Public Housing

  • La Grange Housing Authority



    Section 8 and Public Housing

  • Marble Falls Housing Authority


    Section 8 and Public Housing

  • Nationwide Housing Search


    Find affordable rentals & housing options for low income families and individuals.

  • Opportunities for Williamson and Burnet Counties: Affordable Housing



    Affordable multi-family housing for income-eligible households

  • San Marcos Housing Authority



    Section 8 and Public Housing

  • Smithville Housing Authority


    Section 8 and Public Housing

  • Southside Community Center


    Provides a shelter for families and children that have been displaced from their homes. Maximum length of stay for a family with children is 3 days.

  • St Margaret Mary - Society of St Vincent de Paul (SSVdP)



    Provides financial assistance for rent, utilities (including electric, water, and gas bills), and prescriptions.

  • Texas Baptist Children’s Home Family Care Program



    Provides a safe haven for single mothers and their children. It’s a place where mothers and their children can heal from their past and transition into successful, independent futures. But most importantly, the family stays together. Family Care is not a shelter, but a residential program supported by Christian staff. Located in Round Rock.

  • Texas Housing Assistance Line


    24/7 phone line available to help people facing housing instability or homelessness, with a focus on people dealing with mental health or substance use needs.

  • Texas Housing Foundation (THF)



    Promotes adequate, affordable housing, economic opportunity, and a suitable living environment for the families we serve, without discrimination.

Mental Health

  • Bluebonnet Trails Community Services

    1-844-309-6385 (main line) 800-841-1255 (crisis)


    Services are provided to adults with serious mental illness and chemical dependency; to children and adolescents with serious mental illness or emotional disorders, chemical dependency, autism or pervasive developmental disorders; to persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities; and to infants and toddlers with developmental delays.

  • Connections Individual and Family Services (Crisis Hotline)


    Counseling, youth programs, and substance abuse programs available to any youth and families.

  • HHSC COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line

    (833) 986-1919

    Toll free, 27/7, english and spanish mental health help line.

  • Hill Country Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Center (MHDD)

    Crisis Hotline 1-877-466-0660


    Therapy, crisis intervention, veteran services, peer support, and IDD services for those with mental health challenges or developmental disabilities.

  • K'STAR


    K'STAR is an non-profit, community based organization creating safe and caring environments through counseling and shelter services to empower long-term life-skills and successful transitions for youth and families in 14 Texas counties.

  • Llano County Mental Health Center

    800-682-7382 24/7

    Crisis helpline, crisis intervention, peer support, case management, psychiatric evaluation and medical management.

  • NAMI Central Texas (National Alliance on Mental Illness)


    Online mental health support groups for those living in central Texas

  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

    1-800-622-HELP (4357)


    For genereal information on mental health and to locate treatment services in your area, call the SAMHSA helpline.

  • Veterans Crisis Line

    call (800) 273-8255 or text 8388255

    Crisis line for veterans in crisis or a loved one concerned about one.

Mental Health Officers

  • Austin Police Department Crisis Intervention Team


  • Bastrop Crisis Intervention Team


  • Burnet Crisis Intervention Team


  • Crisis Intervention Teams


    Law enforcement officers who are specifically trained to respond to a person in mental health crisis. Officers will be in uniform.

  • Hill Country MHDD (Hays, Llano, Blanco)


  • Scheib MH Center (San Marcos)


  • Travis County Crisis Intervention Team


  • Williamson County Mobile Crisis Outreach Team


Parenting Resources

  • Act Early Texas!


    Offers online development screenings. Parents and early childhood professionals can conduct a free online developmental screening for children.

  • Any Baby Can



    Provides in-home therapy, parent education, mental health counseling, medical case management, resource navigation and other support services.

  • ARCH National Respite Network


    Respite is planned or emergency care provided to a child or adult with special needs in order to provide temporary relief to family caregivers who are caring for that child or adult.

  • Bastrop Pregnancy Resource Center

    512-629-8780 (Bastrop) or 512-629-8781 (Elgin)


    Everything is free of charge. Offers pregnancy testing and limited, non-medical ultrasounds, plus a variety of maternity clothes and children's clothing from preemies up to size 5T. Also provides formula, diapers, and other basic necessities, including larger items such as cribs, car seats, swings, breast pumps, strollers, etc.

  • Bluebonnet Trails Community Services



    Services are provided to adults with serious mental illness and chemical dependency; to children and adolescents with serious mental illness or emotional disorders, chemical dependency, autism or pervasive developmental disorders; to persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities; and to infants and toddlers with developmental delays.

  • Bridges to Growth Parent/Child Resource Center



    An initiative that builds skills and confidence in Georgetown parents and childcare providers to create nurturing early environments important to the social, emotional and cognitive development of young children, including training, teaching aids, ESL classes, support groups and more. Bridges to Growth offers a workroom and lending library.

  • Center for Autism & Related Disorders (CARD)



    Includes comprehensive and cutting-edge curricula that can be tailored to the specific needs of individuals from birth through adulthood. These programs help individuals learn to communicate, develop friendships, and lead happy, healthy lives.

  • Chosen Care


    Provides therapy, resources, and specialized parenting support for foster, kinship, adoptive, and reuinified familes.

  • Community Health Services MLK Clinic (Community Action, Inc.)

    (512) 392-5816

    Women's health, family planning, cancer screenings, primary health care, STD/HIV counseling and testing for Medicaid and Healthy Texas Women patients.

  • Conscious Discipline


    Provides the tools you need to build safety, love, and new skills for you and your children. You can also search YouTube for Conscious Discipline videos.

  • Early Childhood Intervention Services (ECI)


    For children age birth to 36 months with a developmental delay or disability, Early Childhood Intervention Services (ECI) may be able to help you and your child. Services are provided in the home and in other places where your child goes regularly, for example, a childcare center, park, library, or other community setting.

  • Early Childhood Texas


    Aims to provide families with young children easy access to Texas state agency programs, services, and resources. State agency partners include Texas Workforce Commission, Texas Education Agency, Texas Health and Human Services Commission, Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, and Texas Department of State Health Services.

  • Easter Seals Central Texas



    Offers an Early Childhood Intervention program and Comprehensive Outpatient Rehabilitation Facility that gives children and adolescents with disabilities and their caregivers the services and support necessary to participate fully in life.

  • Family Connects Texas


    1-3 nurse home visits to every family with a newborn at about 3 weeks of age, regardless of income. Nurses measure newborn and maternal mental health and connect the family to community resources.


    Website from DFPS to find local support by county



    Serves as a national legal resource in support of grand-families within and outside the child welfare system.

  • Healthy Texas Women


    No cost women's health and family planning for eligible Texas women. Includes cancer screenings, diagnostic services, postpartum services package (Health Texas Women Plus), pregnancy tests, exams, HIV screenings, and mammograms.

  • Help for Parents. Hope for Kids


    Parenting and safety tips from top experts in children and families. They include tips about children of all ages - babies, toddlers, kids, preteens, and teens, plus quick video tips.

  • Navigate Life


    Resources for families of kids with disabilities and special healthcare needs

  • Nurse Family Partnership


    Voluntary nurse home visiting program for frist-time moms. Support for pregnancy and postpartum care.

  • Parent Companion


    A guide for Texas parents and caregivers of children with diagnosed or suspected disabilities from birth through 5 years of age.

  • Shulenburg/Weimar Area Parents as Teachers Program


    Parents as Teachers (PAT) is a parent-education and family support program serving families throughout pregnancy until their child enters kindergarten, usually age 5

  • SPEDTex (Texas Special Education Information Center)


    This is a resource backed by TEA to inform and support parents, teachers, and anyone committed to the success of children with disabilites.

  • Texas Child Care Solutions


    Connects Texas parents and child care providers with up-to-date child development information, ideas and on-the-ground resources. Informed parents and child care providers who have positive connections within their communities are better able to handle the challenges associated with caring for and nurturing young children.

  • Texas Home Visiting Program


    Helps parents by matching them with someone who can answer questions, give advice, and recommend services. This helpful person lives in your community and visits you in your home or another convenient location. This person is called a “home visitor.”Depending on needs, the home visitor may be a nurse, an experienced parent, or another trained professional or volunteer. He/she can talk about things like: taking care of more than one child, learning new ways to keep children happy and healthy, getting children ready for school, understanding how important parents are to their child’s learning and well-being.

  • Texas Parenting Helpline


    24/7 helpline for parents to answer questions and provide referrals to counseling and thousands of other local services in communities across Texas to help you deal with the challenges of parenting. Most referals are to low or no cost services in your local area.

  • Texas Project First


    A project of the Texas Education Agency committed to providing accurate and consistent information to parents and families of students with disabilities.

  • Vroom


    Boost your child’s learning with fast and fun tips.A free parenting app that helps parents turn everyday moments into brain building moments with their children.

  • Zero to Three


    Mission is to ensure all babies and toddlers have a strong start in life. They offer parenting resources on various topics: play, sleep discipline, development, etc

Santa Programs

  • Caldwell County Brown Santa

    512-398-6747 or facebook@CCBrownSanta

  • Cedar Park Blue Santa

    512-260-4646 or 512-260-4656


    City limits of Cedar Park

  • Elgin Blue Santa

    512-285-5757 or email

  • Georgetown Blue Santa



    City limits of Georgetown

  • Hays County Brown Santa



  • Hill Country Christmas



    Leander ISD boundries

  • Hutto Orange Santa



    City limits of Hutto

  • Round Rock Blue Santa



    City limits of Round Rock

  • Taylor Red Santa


  • Williamson County Brown Santa



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