Brazos River Authority: Lake Georgetown in Stage 1 Drought Watch

Lake Georgetown is in Stage 1 Drought Watch as a result of drier than normal conditions in portions of the Brazos River basin and drought trigger levels set by the Brazos River Authority’s Drought Contingency Plan. As of March 17, 2021, Lake Georgetown was at 67 percent of full capacity, according to the authority. Williamson … Continue reading “Brazos River Authority: Lake Georgetown in Stage 1 Drought Watch”

Breakfast Bites: Georgetown Gives Back

The Breakfast Bites meeting March 25 will feature Sydney Decker of “Hello Georgetown” presenting on “Georgetown Gives Back: Extending the Season of Giving Past the Holidays.” The informal meeting opens at 8:15 a.m. in the City Council Chambers at the Council & Court building, 510 W. Ninth St. The presentation will start at 8:30 a.m. and … Continue reading “Breakfast Bites: Georgetown Gives Back”

Williamson County Dell Diamond vaccine site to increase vaccine appointments

Williamson County’s vaccine provider Curative has opened up a vaccination site at Dell Diamond with the capacity to give 5,000 vaccine doses each day. With the increase in available appointments, residents who fall under the Texas Department of State Health Services’ (DSHS) priority phases 1a, 1b or 1c are encouraged to register on the County’s … Continue reading “Williamson County Dell Diamond vaccine site to increase vaccine appointments”

Georgetown seeks resident input for branding research process

Georgetown has partnered with North Star Place Branding + Marketing to develop a community brand for marketing the area to visitors, residents, and businesses in the year 2021 and beyond. “We want to hear from everyone in Georgetown about what makes our community special, so we can celebrate what we love about our community and … Continue reading “Georgetown seeks resident input for branding research process”

Georgetown updates COVID-19 safety guidelines, reopens most facilities

Face coverings are still required in City facilities Most City of Georgetown facilities and lobbies have reopened to the public March 10 without capacity limits, in accordance with Gov. Greg Abbott’s Executive Order (GA-34) announced March 2. While most facilities will reopen to the public, the Library will continue to offer curbside pickup hours five … Continue reading “Georgetown updates COVID-19 safety guidelines, reopens most facilities”

Winter Weather Updates

[Updated at 11 a.m. March 15. This page will be updated as news becomes available.] Update, March 10: The City Council at the March 9 meeting approved a one-time, automatic, $10 credit for all Georgetown water customers for dripping faucets in response to the winter storm in February. Click any of the links below to … Continue reading “Winter Weather Updates”

Water use restrictions lifted at noon Feb. 23

Restrictions on nonessential use of water were lifted at noon Feb. 23 for all City of Georgetown water customers. The City’s water has recovered storage capacity and returned to normal operations following the winter storm, allowing the City to lift the restrictions early. The restrictions lift at noon to gavecommercial businesses affected by the restrictions, … Continue reading “Water use restrictions lifted at noon Feb. 23”

Boil water notice lifted for Florence area

Water boil notice lifted for Florence area The City of Georgetown has lifted the boil water notice for 720 affected customers in the Florence area. This is the last boil water notice that was issued as a result of low pressure due to the prolonged subfreezing temperatures and from power outages due to the recent … Continue reading “Boil water notice lifted for Florence area”

Georgetown Arts and Culture Board awards grants for 2021

The Georgetown Arts & Culture Board approved $11,072 in grants in January to local arts and culture organizations to help with funding local arts and culture programming that includes visual art, music, performance art, and arts education in Georgetown. The funding is for events in Georgetown taking place between April and September 2021. Grant recipients … Continue reading “Georgetown Arts and Culture Board awards grants for 2021”

Registration for spring break camps now open

Georgetown Parks and Recreation will offer spring break camps March 15-19 for youth age 5-19. Pricing and schedules vary for each program. Participants can select from three camps: Athletic Skills (ages 6-19; $105 resident/$140 nonresident) includes developing life skills, such as competition, teamwork, work ethic, and confidence with athletic components that include speed, mobility, explosion, … Continue reading “Registration for spring break camps now open”

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