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New Animal Shelter Rendering


On January 24, 2018, Williamson County and the cities of Cedar Park, Hutto, Leander, and Round Rock broke ground on the new 16,970 square-foot, two-story addition and renovations to the current facility.

The expansion area will feature a new adoption center, a public lobby, administration offices, new canine and feline adoption kennels, a new entrance off Wilco Way and parking area for the adoption center, and an exercise yard for dogs. Renovations to the existing facility include a new surgery area and surgical prep rooms, repairs to the A/C and plumbing in 35 existing canine kennels, a feline isolation area, and a laundry area with cleanup station. The expansion project will double the current capacity for cats and add 65 dog kennels.

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starWho We Are

“We are successful at saving lives because we’ve decided that it’s the right thing to do.” Inspiring words and work from our 2015 Paul Jolly Compassion Award honorees, Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter. Thank you for continuing to show us what’s possible.    Posted by Petco Foundation on Wednesday, June 24, 2015

The Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter is the only shelter solely devoted to the lost and abandoned animals of Round Rock, Cedar Park, Hutto, Leander, and Williamson County. 



  • A driver's license is needed for all Adoptions.
  • Adoptions are non-refundable.
  • Animal Licenses are $10 (per unsterile animal) or $5 (per sterile animal with proof) and require proof of rabies vacination

    Texas drivers license or other proof of residency in this jurisdiction will be required for owner surrender of animals

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starAnnual Reports

 TitleModified DateSize
Annual Report FY 2016-20175/9/20181.37 MB
Annual Report FY2017-201812/11/20181.75 MB
Annual Report FY 2015 - 20165/9/20182.16 MB
Annual Report FY 2014-20155/9/20181.80 MB
Annual Report FY 2013-20145/9/20182.50 MB
Annual Report FY 2012-20135/9/20183.86 MB
Annual Report FY 2011-20125/9/20183.53 MB
Annual Report FY 2010-20115/9/20183.55 MB
Annual Report FY 2009-20105/9/201862.21 MB
Annual Comparisons5/9/201834.50 KB
Semi-Annual Report5/9/201811.39 MB
Semi Annual Report April - Sept 20085/9/201811.39 MB

starSave Rate

No Kill Graphic, We are a no-kill facility because we believe it is the right thing to do. Our shelter is not funded to act as a no-kill shelter. We have reached this milestone because of our community. We can only continue to be a no-kill because of our caring adopters, committed volunteers, loving fosters and generous donors. Cheryl Schneider WCRAS Animal Service Directore Since December 2010


Our Save Rate is determined by "noses in noses out." We account for every animal that comes into our care. We do not adjust our numbers based on an animal's "adoptability." Each animal we receive is named, cared for, and given the best outcome we can give.

We determine our Save Rate by adding the percentages of animals who died or were euthanized in our care. We then subtract that number from 100.

Our high Save Rate is completely based on Community Support. Together, with the community taking an active role in the shelter, we can save more lives.

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Williamson County Animal Shelter 1855 S.E. Inner Loop, Georgetown, TX 78626 General Information: (512)943-3322
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