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Animal ServicesArchivedCity Hall

Starting on Saturday, August 8, the City of Georgetown Animal Shelter is accepting donations for the Annual Garage Sale, a benefit organized by the Friends of the Georgetown Animal Shelter to be held in September. Bring donations to the front door of the former Georgetown public library building at 808

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City HallGeorgetown Utility SystemsPlanning and DevelopmentRoad ProjectsTransportation

Street resurfacing with a chip seal treatment on several Georgetown roads is scheduled for August 6 – 21 in the area south of University Ave as shown in the map. Chip seal resurfacing involves applying a layer of emulsion to the roadway followed by a layer of small-sized gravel. Unless

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ArchivedCity HallFinance

A tax rate of $0.434000 per $100 valuation has been proposed by the governing body of City of Georgetown. This rate exceeds the lower of the effective or rollback tax rate, and state law requires that two public hearings be held by the governing body before adopting the proposed tax

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ArchivedArts & CultureCity HallGeorgetown Public Library

The Texas Society of Sculptors has announced the award winners in their eighth annual summer show, which is hosted by the Georgetown Public Library and funded in part by sponsorship from the City of Georgetown Arts & Culture Board. Art historian and curator Sarah C. Bancroft was the judge for this year’s competition. She has

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Arts & CultureCity HallGeorgetown Public Library

The Georgetown Public Library hosts a solo exhibit of photographs called “The Invisible World: Infrared Photography by Christy Hullum” August 2-28 in the upstairs gallery area. Landscape photographer Christy Hullum uses a modified digital camera to capture near-infrared light, which is usually invisible to the human eye. The near-infrared spectrum reveals

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