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CAPCOG COVID-19 Precautions

The CAPCOG offices are open for the majority of the organization’s meetings and training courses; however, some operations are being conducted virtually. Visitors should check on this website or with program staff to determine how or where a meeting or training is being held.

Review the event calendar.

If you are visiting CAPCOG, it is recommended that you abide by social distancing measures — keep 6-feet apart from staff members and guest and wear a mask if you feel it appropriate.

Walk-in services for the Area Agency on Aging or the Aging and Disability Resource Center are not recommended at this time. Instead please schedule an appointment with staff. Please see more directions below.

All staff has returned to the office, but CAPCOG did increase its teleworking hours. The best way to contact staff is still through email. Phone calls to non-information and referral services may not be answered immediately and will returned at their earliest convenience.

Find the CAPCOG staff member you wish to reach.

Division Specific Information

Law Enforcement Training

The Regional Law Enforcement Academy (RLEA) is continuing to offer basic peace officer courses, entrance exams and limited peace officer in-service training courses. In-person courses are being offered but with limited class sizes to promote social distancing. Schedule your training opportunities early to guarantee a spot.

Find the most update training information.

Emergency Telecommunicator Training

The Emergency Communications Division is offering in-person and online, live telecommunication training as well as prerecorded online training. State and federal mandated training courses are being conducted in person. Class sizes are limited to promote social distancing. Schedule your training opportunities early to guarantee a spot.

Find training courses.

Older Adults and those with Disabilities

The Area Agency on Aging of the Capital Area recommends older adults and family caregivers email its Information Referral and Assistance program or call 512-916-6062 or 888-622-9111. Please do not visit the CAPCOG offices at this time, unless you have scheduled appointment.

The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of the Capital Area recommends those seeking assistance with supports and services to email the ADRC or call 855-937-2372Please do not visit the CAPCOG offices at this time, unless you have scheduled appointment.


If you are seeking information about local governments and their response to COVID-19, go to WarnCentralTexas.org.