Print Friendly

City News

ArchivedCity Hall

Street resurfacing on city streets with a chip seal treatment and a sealant product is scheduled for the next five weeks. Chip seal resurfacing and sealant work is planned for segments of Williams Drive and Shell Road as well as residential streets in the Thousand Oaks Subdivision. Sealant work is

Read More
ArchivedCity Hall

Resurfacing work on city streets will begin on Monday, July 25 and continue through September 8. Major road segments to be resurfaced include Maple Street, Williams Drive, Texas Drive, and Whispering Wind, as well as residential streets in the River Bend neighborhood near Williams Drive. The repaving work will use

Read More
ArchivedCity HallParks & Recreation

An open house meeting to review proposed improvements for Founders Park will be held on Thursday, July 28 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. The meeting is at Founders Park, at the northwest corner of the intersection of S. Church Street and Ninth Street. The park is behind Grace Heritage Center,

Read More
ArchivedCity HallGeorgetown Utility Systems

With daytime high temperatures at or near 100 degrees every day in July, water use has jumped dramatically. Daily water consumption for Georgetown water customers has increased from 18 million gallons in early June to more than 30 million. That’s an increase of nearly 70 percent. Electricity use also is

Read More
ArchivedCity HallGeorgetown Public Library

The library is a place for readers, but a new program at the Georgetown Public Library is focused on toddlers and infants who may be too young to hold a book. The Family Place Libraries program aims to make the Library a welcoming environment for preschoolers and their parents who

Read More

See more news

Special Topics