Oct 04, 2017
Cynthia Long, County Commission Precinct Two
Williamson County and regional transportation update

Cynthia Long is a graduate of Texas A&M and was elected as Williamson County Commissioner for Precinct Two in November 2006.  Before being elected as County Commissioner, she worked in various technical positions before moving into IT management.  She started her own IT consulting company in 1997, which focused on information technology and project management. Her clients included companies in the US, Central and South America, and Europe.

Commissioner Long was elected twice to the Cedar Park City Council, served on the Cedar Park Planning and Zoning Commission as well as the Round Rock Medical Center Board of Directors.  She and her husband started their neighborhood association while living in their first home.  She helped start and was the founding Chairman of the Twin Lakes Family YMCA.  Currently, Commissioner Long serves on the Board of Trustees of the Cedar Park Regional Medical Center.


Commissioner Long is the longest serving member and was twice elected Vice-chair of the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) Transportation Policy Board and serves as Chair of the CAMPO Transportation Finance Committee.  She also serves on and is immediate past chairman of the Capital Area Planning Council of Government (CAPCOG) Executive Committee and the Strategic Advisory Committee for the 10 County Emergency Services District.  Commissioner Long serves as Vice-President of the Williamson County Conservation Foundation.

Commissioner Long has been married to her husband, Donn, for 29 years.  They are active members at Hill Country Bible Church, Lakeline Campus and have served in high school and adult ministry.  They have one daughter who will be a freshman at Texas State University in the fall.