The City of Georgetown is considering a voluntary annexation of property into the city limits. The Public Hearings will be held at the March 27, 2018 meeting at 3 pm and March 27, 2018 at 6 pm. City Council meetings are located at the City Council Chambers, 101 E. 7th Street, at the northeast corner of Seventh and Main Street. The area being considered for voluntary annexation is approximately 314.54 acres in the Burrell Eaves Survey, located at SH 195 Georgetown, Texas, to be known as Berry Creek Highlands.
After holding the required public hearings, the City Council will consider an ordinance for the annexation on April 24 and May 8, 2018.
For additional information, please contact Sofia Nelson in the Planning Department, 512-930-3584 or email to email@example.com.
The City Council is hosting public hearings for four voluntary annexations at the Aug. 8 and Aug. 22, 2017, meetings. Council will consider action on these items on Sept. 12, and a second reading is to be determined. Most of the described properties below are being annexed in anticipation of future development.
Public hearing for the voluntary annexation of 244.54 acres in the Fredrick Foy Survey, Abstract Number 229, located approximately along and between the intersections of Ronald Reagan Boulevard at CR 245 and Ronald Reagan at Sun City Boulevard to be known as Highland Village. Location Map – Highland Village
Public hearing for the voluntary annexation of 133.1 acres in the Fredrick Foy Survey, Abstract Number 229, located approximately along and between the intersections of Ronald Reagan Boulevard at CR 245 and Ronald Reagan at Sun City Boulevard to be known as Berry Creek Highlands. Location Map Berry Creek Highlands
Public hearing for the voluntary annexation of 120.5 acres in the Lewis P. Dyches Survey, Abstract Number 171, located approximately west of the intersection of Ronald Reagan Boulevard and CR 245 to be known as Somerset Hills – 1. Location Map – Somerset Hills 1
Public hearing for the voluntary annexation of 314.5 acres in the Burrell Eaves Survey, Abstract Number 216, located approximately northwest of the intersection of Hwy. 195 and Shell Road to be known as Somerset Hills – 2. Location Map – Somerset Hills 2
After holding the required public hearings, the City Council will consider an ordinance for the annexations at dates to be determined. For additional information, contact the Planning Department at 512-930-3575 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Changes to the Unified Development Code that were approved by City Council on February 28, 2017, will take effect on April 1, 2017. After numerous public meetings over the past year, Council approved several amendments to the code. Most of these changes were based on previous updates to the City’s Comprehensive (2030) Plan and Elements in prior years.
The newly amended code is now published and available for download. The Development Manual will be updated to reflect those changes. The red-lined chapters, as part of the Ordinance, will remain on the website so the changes can be seen. The primary changes made to the Unified Development Code from the existing regulations include:
- Chapter 3 – Development Applications
- Development Application Order
- Plat Extensions
- Establishing a Subdivision Variance process
- Chapters 6 and 7 – Development Standards
- Clarified setback requirements
- Applicability of Chapters
- Chapter 12 – Pedestrian and Vehicle Circulation
- Pedestrian and Bicycle mobility
- Driveways and Easement
- Road Adequacy Standards
- Established a formula for existing and future connectivity
- Intersection spacing
- Cul-de-sac- protection
- Chapter 13 – Public Improvements
- Codification of current practice for requesting voluntary annexation
- Chapter 16 – Definitions
- Modified definitions for transportation related items
To view the new UDC in its entirety, please go to the website: https://udc.georgetown.org/unified-development-code/ .
Questions can be directed to email@example.com.
The City of Georgetown Planning Department will be hosting office visiting hours for anybody interested in learning more about the amendments, running through specific development examples, and addressing any questions you may have. Dedicated office hours will be held Wednesday, January 4 from 4 to 6 p.m.
To sign up for a specific appointment please email firstname.lastname@example.org. If a different time or day works better for you please do not hesitate to email us so we can arrange a separate time. UDC proposed changes can be found at udc.georgetown.org/udc-amendments.
Election Day is Saturday, May 7 for the District 3 City Council Election in Georgetown. The early voting period ended on May 3.
Dwaine Boydstun and incumbent John Hesser are on the ballot for District 3, which includes areas in Sun City and along Williams Drive. Incumbents Steve Fought in District 4 and Tommy Gonzalez in District 7 are unopposed and are not on the ballot. Georgetown city council members serve three-year terms representing single-member districts. To see maps of council districts, go to maps.georgetown.org/council-district-maps.
To see vote center locations on Election Day, go to wilco.org/elections. On Election Day, voters may cast ballots at any Vote Center location in Williamson County.