Thank you for visiting the Williamson County Sheriff's Posse web site.

The WCSP is a non-profit, civic organization located in Williamson County Texas.

2014 Best Co-Sanctioned Rodeo of the Year

Cowboy Professional Rodeo Association

and United Professional Rodeo Association

sponsors

What can we say?

We have the best sponsors.

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community

As a non-profit organization we strive to be an integral part of the community and provide activities and services related to our deep western heritage. 

members

Our members are our most important asset. Without membership, we would not have survived all these years.

our mission:


As a non-profit organization we strive to be an integral
part of the community and provide activities and services related to our deep western heritage.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Posse promotes youth, agriculture, and equestrian activities in Williamson and surrounding counties in Texas.

2019 Rodeo ~ June 28th - 29th

WCSP Arena ~ 1600 CR 305 Jarrell, TX


WCSP Arena Moving to Jarrell, TX

As you may know, our prior rodeo arena was located on city owned property in San Gabriel park in Georgetown and our 2018 rodeo was the last rodeo to be held in Georgetown. 


The Williamson County Sheriff's Posse received a generous donation for a new location in Jarrell, TX which is inside of Williamson County on which to build a new rodeo arena and move all of our operations to.


Will there be a WCSP rodeo in Jarrell in 2019? YES!  YES! YES!  June 28th & 29th the WCSP Rodeo will happen in Jarrell at our new location.  See directions on the Contact Us page.


​Things will be a little different this year during our transition year, however, it will be the same quality of rodeo that WCSP has always produced as we will have Johnny Hoyle from Cadillac Rodeo Company as the stock contractor just like we have for many years in the past. 


We have general admission tickets for sale online so be sure to get your tickets early.





For any questions, email info@georgetownrodeo.com.

history

As time marches on, we tend to forget our traditions, and every once in a while they need a little boost to keep them going. Here is a little about the beginning of the Williamson County Sheriff’s Posse.