The City of Georgetown will host a town hall meeting on July 8 to present projects and programs being considered in the 2020 budget and listen to public feedback. The meeting will provide an overview of the budget process and highlight challenges the City facing in adopting a budget that maintains service levels and responds to growth.
City Manager David Morgan will talk about programs and projects being considered in the 2020 fiscal year budget and then answer questions at the town hall. The meeting is an opportunity for anyone in Georgetown to learn about the budget process, ask questions, and share concerns related to the 2020 budget. The meeting starts at 6 p.m. on Monday, July 8 at the Council and Court Building, 510 W. Ninth St.
The town hall meeting also will be livestreamed on GTV channel 10 available online at gtv.georgetown.org.
The City Manager’s proposed budget for 2020 is scheduled to be presented to the City Council on Aug. 6. The first public hearing on the proposed tax rate is planned for Sept. 3. Additional public hearings and meetings on the tax rate and budget are planned for Sept. 10 and Sept. 24. The 2020 fiscal year starts Oct. 1.