Citizen advisory committee proposes project list for Mobility Georgetown Bond 2021

The City of Georgetown is putting together a mobility bond package for a vote by its residents in May 2021 and wants public feedback on a proposed list of projects. The 16-member Mobility Georgetown 2021 Citizen Advisory Committee met throughout August, September, and October to narrow down a list of projects for the bond program … Continue reading “Citizen advisory committee proposes project list for Mobility Georgetown Bond 2021”

NorthPark35 development under construction at I-35 and SH130

Titan Development Real Estate and the City of Georgetown broke ground on the first phase of the 146-acre NorthPark35 Class A industrial development at I-35 and SH 130 today. Phase one of the project includes two buildings totaling more than 330,000 square feet, as well as the extension of Aviation Drive to intersect with SH … Continue reading “NorthPark35 development under construction at I-35 and SH130”

City to host household hazardous waste collection event Nov. 18

The City will host a household hazardous waste collection event from 3-6 p.m. Nov. 18 at the old show barn in San Gabriel Park, 425 E. Morrow St. At the event, the City will collect household hazardous waste items from 300 Georgetown solid waste customers who have solid waste service through Texas Disposal Systems. Customers … Continue reading “City to host household hazardous waste collection event Nov. 18”

Georgetown Parks and Recreation announces day camps

The Georgetown Parks and Recreation Department will offer day camps for students during the upcoming Georgetown ISD student holidays. Pricing and schedules vary for each program. Participants can select from five camps: Camp Goodwater is offered at the Georgetown Recreation Center on Nov. 30 and Feb. 1 and 17 for children ages 5-12. Camps will … Continue reading “Georgetown Parks and Recreation announces day camps”

Experience the Lights

Celebrate this holiday season in Georgetown with twinkling lights, local shopping and dining, and music around the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas. To keep the community safe, the City is putting a new twist to our traditional Lighting of the Square event. The lights around the Square and County Courthouse will be turned on … Continue reading “Experience the Lights”

Georgetown issues local order about outdoor gatherings, special events

OCT. 29, 2020–Outdoor gatherings of more than 10 people and special events are allowed in the city limits of Georgetown, provided attendees and organizers adhere to a local order issued by Mayor Dale Ross. The order is effective immediately and is in response to and in accordance with orders issued by Gov. Greg Abbott. “We … Continue reading “Georgetown issues local order about outdoor gatherings, special events”

Director of Water Utilities Glenn Dishong announces retirement

Georgetown’s Director of Water Utilities Glenn Dishong has announced his retirement from his position effective Dec. 18, 2020. “Glenn has embodied hard work, optimism, and outstanding problem solving during his career with the City,” City Manager David Morgan said. “He’s been a pillar in the city for nearly two decades. His contributions to this community … Continue reading “Director of Water Utilities Glenn Dishong announces retirement”

Council adopts new rates for water, wastewater, and solid waste

City Council approved new residential water, wastewater, and solid waste rates at its regular meeting Tuesday. The new water and wastewater rates come after a cost-of-service rate study was completed this summer by consultants NewGen Strategies and Solutions. The study helped determine the rates and rate structure needed to equitably fund the water utility, including … Continue reading “Council adopts new rates for water, wastewater, and solid waste”

Arts and Culture Board seeks mural proposals

The City’s Arts and Culture Board is seeking artist proposals for two murals in Georgetown this fall. Animal Shelter Mural Project In October, the Arts and Culture Board reopened the call for art for a mural related to the purpose of the Georgetown Animal Shelter by addressing the rescue and adoption of pets. Mural designs … Continue reading “Arts and Culture Board seeks mural proposals”

TxDOT hosts virtual groundbreaking for innovative intersection in Georgetown

The Texas Department of Transportation was joined by Texas Transportation Commission Chairman J. Bruce Bugg, U.S. Rep. John Carter, and Georgetown Mayor Dale Ross to celebrate a virtual groundbreaking for the I-35 at Williams Drive project in Williamson County. Find out more…

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