WILLAMSON COUNTY, TX — Officials are celebrating $4.5 million in new improvements to the Williamson County Expo Center that includes the addition of a 44,000-square-foot pavilion.
This new space will give the Williamson County Expo Center the ability to increase its capacity to host larger events such as multiple-day horse shows, cattle shows and sales, equipment trainings and conferences and fundraisers, county officials said in an advisory. The improvements were funded with voter-approved park bonds, officials reminded.
“The Expo Center with its new improvements is a tremendous asset to all of Central Texas and a true spectator destination for large events,” Precinct 4 Commissioner Russ Boles said in a prepared statement. “We want to thank the residents of Williamson County for their overwhelming support of this facility through our Park Bond program.”
The pavilion is a pre-engineered, metal building with a dirt floor that can be used in a variety