The City of Georgetown’s third annual State of the City presentation will premiere on Facebook and YouTube from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, April 13.
In the video presentation, which will premiere at noon, Mayor Josh Schroeder and City Manager David Morgan highlight significant events and major projects completed in 2021 and preview what’s to come in 2022.
- Winter Storm Uri
- Water and electric utilities
- Quality of life
“While 2021 tested us, we still came together as a community,” Schroeder said. “Now, we’re stronger than ever. You can see it every time you interact with your Georgetown neighbors, businesses, and City staff.”
During the lunch hour, residents are invited to submit questions to Morgan and City leaders in the Facebook or YouTube comments, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The City will post answers in the comment sections and on the event webpage.
“We have a lot of great information to share about the steps we are taking to plan and prepare for the continued growth we have been experiencing while maintaining the welcoming, vibrant Georgetown we all love,” Morgan said. “This is our first attempt at this kind of virtual event. I’m looking forward to connecting with Georgetown residents and seeing if this is a format we should use more often.”
The City held its first State of the City event in 2020 at City Hall and in council chambers. The 2021 event was held virtually due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Click here for more information on the State of the City premiere, including instructions on how to join the event and additional details on the topics covered.