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Arts & CultureCity HallGeorgetown Public Library

The Georgetown Art Center and the Georgetown Public Library are the locations for the 2015 Art Hop exhibit. Now in its eighth year, the Art Hop is a statewide arts competition that celebrates Texas artists. Hundreds of artists from 71 cities across Texas entered works in the competition; 150 works of art from

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City HallFinanceGeorgetown Utility SystemsSolid Waste & RecyclingUtility Billing

Phone scammers who claim to be requesting payment for a City of Georgetown utility account have recently called Georgetown utility customers. Seven local businesses have contacted the Customer Care Center for the utility to report someone calling and trying to get them to pay a utility bill over the phone.

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ArchivedCity HallFinance

When Micki Rundell was hired as the City’s accounting director in 1993, Georgetown was a little town with a population less than 18,000. Georgetown has more than tripled in size and is now a fast-growing city of 56,000. Along the way at major milestones marking Georgetown’s transition from small town

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ArchivedCity HallPolice Services

The Georgetown Police Explorer Post 152 was recognized at the City Council meeting on Tuesday. Exploring is a leadership and skill development program that introduces high school aged students to the field of law enforcement. The Explorer Post 152 trains at weekly meetings and learns to work through various scenarios

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Animal ServicesCity Hall

Break open the cat nip and hand out some dog treats. The Georgetown Animal Shelter is celebrating 10 years in its current home on October 17 from 1 to 4 p.m. Volunteers and staff will offer guided tours and shelter dogs will show off their agility course moves. There will

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