101 E Central Ave Belton
, Texas 76513
P: (254) 933-5102 Member Since: 2001
The government of Bell County, Texas exists to promote and sustain a superior quality of life in Central Texas. In partnership with our communities and citizens, we pledge to deliver cost-effective services in a personal, responsive, and innovative manner .
200 N Main St Belton
, Texas 76513
P: (254) 939-3771 Member Since: 2001
Workforce Solutions of Central Texas is led by a board of directors comprised of community leaders from local businesses, educational institutions, labor groups, economic development corporations, community-based organizations, and government entities. Under their direction, Workforce Solutions of Central Texas implements the Workforce Investment Act principles so that local residents gain access to career opportunities and employers can build the workforce they need for success.
6544 S General Bruce Dr. Temple
, Texas 76501
P: (202) 225-3864 Member Since: 2005
U.S. Representative John R. Carter represents Texas' 31st Congressional District, which includes Williamson and Bell counties. In the 116th Congress, Rep. Carter sits on the Appropriations Defense Subcommittee, and he is the ranking member on the Appropriations Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Subcommittee. In addition, he serves as co-chairman of the bipartisan House Army Caucus and is a member of the House Republican Steering Committee, a leadership position.
Building 18010 Fort Hood
, Texas 76544
P: (254) 288-2227 Member Since: 2011
Transition Assistance Program (TAP) is a Commander’s Program and a Soldier’s responsibility. The program provides transition assistance services to eligible Soldiers with at least 180 or more continuous days of Title 10 active duty service, except for those in a training status. TAP helps all eligible transitioning Soldiers discover knowledge, skills, and resources necessary to be competitive and successful in the global workforce. TAP helps Soldiers make informed career decisions through couns
We are known for our ability to accomplish tasks. We set goals and produce results with a sense of urgency and quality. We are responsive to our customers' needs and achieve agreed upon outcomes. We focus on leadership, tactful financial and operational performance, positive outcomes, and the ability to execute our customers top initiatives.
Representative Brad Buckley was elected into the Texas House of Representatives in November of 2018. He proudly represents House District 54, which includes part of Bell County and all of Lampasas County in Central Texas. He serves on the House Appropriations committee, the Agriculture and Livestock committee, and the Local and Consent Calendars committee. At the end of the 86th Legislative Session, Representative Buckley was honored as the Texas House Republican Caucus’s “Freshman of the Yea
Sen. Cornyn was first elected to the U.S. Senate in 2002, and is currently serving his third term after being reelected in 2008 and 2014. He sits on the Senate Finance, Intelligence, and Judiciary Committees, where he helps craft legislation on behalf of 28 million Texans. From 2013 until 2018 Sen. Cornyn was chosen by his colleagues to serve as the Republican Whip, the second-highest ranking position in the Senate Republican Conference. A San Antonio native, Sen. Cornyn has served the people of
The Fort Hood Warrior Transition Unit provides command and control, primary care and case management for Soldiers in transition to establish conditions for healing and to promote the timely return to the force or transition to continue serving the Nation as a Veteran in their community.