City offices and facilities will be closed Monday, July 5, in observance of the Independence Day holiday. Unless otherwise stated below, facilities and services will have their normal operating hours Friday and Saturday, July 2 and 3.
Facilities closed on Monday include:
- Airport management offices (terminal will be open), 500 Terminal Drive
- Animal Shelter, 110 W.L. Walden Drive
- City Hall, 808 Martin Luther King Jr. St.
- Council and Courts Building (including Municipal Court), 510 W. Ninth St.
- Georgetown Art Center, 816 S. Main St.
- Georgetown Municipal Complex, 300-1 Industrial Ave.
- Parks and Recreation Administration, 1101 N. College St.
- Planning Department, 809 Martin Luther King Jr. St.
- Public Library, 402 W. Eighth St.
- Public Safety Operations and Training Center, Police Records and Fire Support Services offices, 3500 D.B. Wood Road
- Recreation Center, 1003 N. Austin Ave.
- Tennis Center, 400 Serenada Drive
Pools Schedule for July 4 and 5
Friday through Monday, July 2 through 5, the outdoor pools at Village and Williams Drive will be open from 1 to 7 p.m. each day.
The outdoor pool at the Recreation Center will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday, July 2, and 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Saturday, July 3. The outdoor Recreation Center pool will be closed Sunday and Monday, July 4 and 5.
The River Ridge pool will be open from 1 to 7 p.m. Monday, July 5. It will be closed Friday through Sunday, July 2-4.
The outdoor splash pads at San Jose Park, Rabbit Hill Park, and downtown at Ninth and Main streets will be operating July 2 through 5.
July 4 fireworks show
The Sertoma Club will provide a July 4 fireworks display in San Gabriel Park at dusk Sunday, July 4.
GoGeo bus service
There will be no service Monday, July 5. GoGeo does not provide services on Sundays.
Regular solid waste and recycling collection
There will be regular solid waste and recycling collection for City of Georgetown customers on Friday and Monday, July 2 and 5. For questions about trash or recycling collection, call Texas Disposal Systems at 512-930-1715.
The Collection Station at 250 W.L. Walden Drive will be open normal hours from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and Monday, July 2 and 5.
Personal fireworks prohibited
By City of Georgetown ordinance, fireworks are not allowed in the city limits of Georgetown or within 5,000 feet of the city limits, unless they are used in a permitted display authorized by the Georgetown Fire Department. This area outside city limits includes, but is not limited to, the neighborhoods of Cedar Hollow, Crystal Knoll, Escalera, Fountainwood, Indian Creek, Logan Ranch Road, Lost Rivers, Oak Crest, Olde Oak Estates, Serenada, Shady Oaks, Turtle Bend, and Woodland Park, Northlake subdivision, and areas along D.B. Wood Road.
Violations can lead to fines of up to $2,000 per firework. To view a map showing the 5,000-foot boundary, go to
To view firework exemptions permissible by City code, visit https://bit.ly/2CSOnIg.
Fireworks can be triggering for veterans and pets
Please remember that loud noises like fireworks can be triggering for our veterans.
Fireworks also can be upsetting for pets. Please do not bring dogs to the July 4 event in San Gabriel Park and make sure your dog(s) is secure inside your home, particularly during the evenings of the holiday weekend. Georgetown animal control officers pick up several loose dogs around the Fourth of July and New Year’s holidays, many of whom are never reunited with their owners.
If your dog has a tendency to become anxious at loud noises, please consider staying home with the animal; playing music in the house to drown out the noise of fireworks; and/or buying a product that “hugs” the dog. Your veterinarian also may be able to provide a tranquilizer for the dog.
For more ideas on keeping your dog safe this holiday, please see the article, “Fireworks and Pets Don’t Mix10 Fourth of July Pet Safety Tips.”