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The Georgetown City Reporter is a monthly publication of the City of Georgetown Public Communications Department. The Reporter is inserted in the utility bills that are mailed each month to City of Georgetown utility customers. For questions or comments, contact Public Communications Department at (512) 930-3652, or by email at email@example.com.
Georgetown Animal Shelter Meets No-Kill Goal; Best of Georgetown, Texas Winners; Holiday Closings; Park Improvements – Trail Section Dedicated; Aqua Alert Works; City Boards and Commissions; Street Maintenance Sales Tax Reauthorized; January Events
20th Annual Cupid’s Chase, Fun Run and 5k on Saturday Feb 7, 2015; Art for Animals Saturday February 7 2015; Pet Licensing; City of Georgetown 2014 Employee Awards; Art Center Marketing and Downtown Awards; February Events
Georgetown Swirl Saturday March 7 2015; Alarm Permit Renewals; Citizen Police Academy; Public Safety Operations and Training Center; Georgetown Public Library Spring Break Activities; Green Waste Collection; Tax Return Help; March Events
Transportation Bond Election; 2008 Road Bond Update; City Council Election; Spring Cleaning – Bulky Waste Pickup; Chase the Chief 5k; April 24-26, 2015 Red Poppy Festival – John Michael Montgomery; Sign Provides History at Cemetery; April Events
Transportation Bonds: May 9 Ballot; Contract with Voters; Polling Dates and Places; District 5 Election; May 25 2015 Memorial Day; Georgetown Utility to be One Hundred Percent Renewable; May Events
Low Lake Level: Weekly Watering Limit Still Two Days; Summer Concerts Music on the Square; Recycling Plastic Bags – Bag the Bag; Georgetown Public Library Summer Reading Programs; June Events
Fire Department Expands EMS; David Morgan Starts as City Manager; City Annual Report; HOT Grant Applications; Independence Day Holiday; Fleet Services – ASE Blue Seal of Excellence; Georgetown Public Library Summer Reading Programs; Fireworks Prohibited; Summer Concerts Music on the Square; July Events
Good Neighbor Fund; SafeTrade Site; What Can I Recycle?; Georgetown on Safest List: 50 Safest Cities in Texas; Georgetown Public Library Summer Reading Programs; Sculpture Show; Summer Concerts Music on the Square; Help Reduce Mosquito Threat; August Events
Public Safety Operations and Training Center Grand Opening; Rain Barrel and Compost Bin Sale; Scenic City Certification; Labor Day City Offices Closed; Georgetown Public Library Sculpture Show; Shaffer Saddlery building mural; Animal Shelter Garage Sale; Best of Georgetown TX; September Events
Economic Development Focus: Local Water Industry Supplier Expands; Downtown West Project; Building Meets Industrial Space Demand; Red Poppy Artwork; Starting October 1: Monthly Yard Trimming Collection; Georgetown Public Library It’s Back to the Future at the library! & The best Halloween parties; October Events
Georgetown – This is Your New Power Plant: Spinning Spur Three Wind Project; Daylight Savings Time Ends Nov. 1; Thanksgiving Holiday; Emergency Notices on Your Phone; Arts & Culture Guide; Live Music at the Library; November Events
FM 1460 Project Breaks Ground; Collectible Christmas Ornament; Blue Santa Collects Toys at Stroll Parade; City Boards & Commissions Accepting Applications; Shop Small during the Holiday Season; Holiday Closings; Georgetown Public Library Art Exhibits; Seasonal Check: Irrigation Systems; December Events.