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City of Georgetown Texas

Reporter

January 2021

Recycling Christmas trees, lights, and boxes; City Events: Best of Georgetown, TX; Shelter maintains no-kill status; Holiday closings; Protect pipes, pets, and plants this winter; Thinking about installing solar panels?; City services guide and FAQ; Council approves changes to water, solid waste rates

Reporter January 2021

February 2021

New Pet for the holidays, Spring and summer program registration; City Events: Cupid’s Chase 5K and Fun Run, Chase the Chief 5K and Fun Run; New murals popping up throughout Georgetown, Texas Disposal Systems Waste Wizard notification tool, 2020 Employee Awards

Reporter February 2021

March 2021

City provides electric rate relief starting in January 2021, Red Poppy Festival poster art selected, Spring break camps; City Events: Chase the Chief 5K and Fun Run; Round up your bill to help your neighbor, Springtime can bring flooding, sign up for emergency alerts, Bulky waste pickups, conserve water this spring

Reporter March 2021

April 2021

(CORRECTION: The April Reporter was printed Feb. 18 not March 18 as is printed in the disclaimer.) City Council election, Red Poppy Festival moved to October, Stay informed during severe weather, Earth Day at the Library; City calls $90 million mobility bond for May 1 election, Spring irrigation tune-up

Reporter April 2021

May 2021

City Council and mobility bond election, May 3-7: Georgetown Small Business Week, Georgetown Parks and Recreation summer camps, Memorial Day closings, Household Hazardous Waste collection event; Call 811 before you dig, Preservation Month, Lake Water Treatment Plant expansion project begins, Utility costs from February’s winter storm, Drought conditions persist in Georgetown, water conservation reminder, Severe weather season

Reporter May 2021

June 2021

“Pick Me” mural at Georgetown Animal Shelter, What’s my watering schedule?, Georgetown Public Library: Summer Reading Program focused on Tails and Tales; Transportation Projects in Georgetown 2021, Venues open for rentals, Hoover Pump Station project update, “In our Own Company…A Conversation in Texture, Light, Layers, and Line” exhibit, Smart911

Reporter June 2021

July 2021

Applications being accepted for City’s Home Repair Program,  New water rates in effect this summer, ’13 Jewish Driver’s Licesnes’ exhibit at the Library, Sertoma July 4 celebration; Aug. 7: Blazin’ Beer Crawl, Monitoring your electric and water use, Aviation Drive/Lakeway Boulevard waterlines, July is Lost Pet Prevention Month, Fight the Bite

Reporter June 2021

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