Updated: Winter storm cleanup information

Updated Friday, March 10, 3 p.m. Para traducir esta página al español, haga clic en el cuadro de traducción cerca de la parte superior derecha de esta página y seleccione español. This page outlines resources and options as we work through the aftermath of the winter storm Jan. 30-Feb. 2, 2023. Click any of the … Continue reading “Updated: Winter storm cleanup information”

City facility closures April 7, 9

City of Georgetown offices and facilities will be closed Friday, April 7, for Good Friday. Most facilities with Sunday hours will also be closed Sunday, April 9, for Easter. There will be normal solid waste and recycling collection. City offices closed April 7 The City offices and facilities closed April 7 for Good Friday include … Continue reading “City facility closures April 7, 9”

City seeks feedback on future of downtown

The City is asking residents to share how they use downtown Georgetown and what they’d like to see improved as we work to update our Downtown Master Plan. The City is undertaking a comprehensive assessment of our historic downtown district to create a vision for future land-use, facilities, programming, and conditions to ensure the continued … Continue reading “City seeks feedback on future of downtown”

Two candidates for Mayor, Districts 2 and 6 unopposed

Updated March 6, 2023–Two candidates have filed to run for Mayor while the Georgetown City Council incumbents for Districts 2 and 6 are unopposed. The deadline to file for candidates for Mayor or City Council was today at 5 p.m. Incumbent Josh Schroeder and Jonathan Dade have filed to run for Mayor. Incumbent Council Members … Continue reading “Two candidates for Mayor, Districts 2 and 6 unopposed”

Black History Month events in February

Several events to recognize Black History Month will be held in Georgetown during the month of February. Georgetown Public Library The GPL World Cinema film series at the Georgetown Public Library, 402 W. Eighth St., will feature a screening of “Summer of Soul” at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 8. The 2021 film is based on historic … Continue reading “Black History Month events in February”

Updated: City of Georgetown presents fourth State of the City event

Updated Jan. 31, 2023: The City of Georgetown’s fourth annual State of the City event starts at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15, at City Hall, 808 Martin Luther King Jr. St. (Event was postponed from Feb. 1 due to expected cold and icy conditions.) From 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. in council chambers, 510 W. Ninth … Continue reading “Updated: City of Georgetown presents fourth State of the City event”

I-35 and Williams Drive closures cancelled

Updated: The Texas Department of Transportation has cancelled the I-35 and Williams Drive bridge closures originally scheduled for Friday and Saturday (Jan. 27-28). TxDOT will provide an update once it’s been rescheduled. WHAT: Nightly closures of I-35 mainlanes in both directions for demolition of Williams Drive bridge WHEN: Friday, Jan. 20 and Saturday, Jan. 21, … Continue reading “I-35 and Williams Drive closures cancelled”

City contractor helping with meter reading

While usage information for most water and electric meters can be read with the utility’s automated system, in some cases, meters must be read manually with a technician in the field. The City has hired Putt Bro’s Meter and Hydrant to provide contract technicians to assist City meter readers when manual meter reads are needed. … Continue reading “City contractor helping with meter reading”

Scheduled bulky-waste pickup changing to regular trash day

Effective Feb. 6, 2023, the scheduled, bulky pickup day for Georgetown residents will move to their regular trash day, rather than on Saturdays. City of Georgetown residents can request four, free, curbside bulky-waste pickups per year through Texas Disposal Systems. Bulky items are materials that will not fit into your cart, such as furniture, mattresses, … Continue reading “Scheduled bulky-waste pickup changing to regular trash day”

MLK Day Events in Georgetown

A variety of events will be held in Georgetown Jan. 16-20 to honor the legacy of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. Several City offices and facilities will be closed Jan. 16 in recognition of the holiday. For more information about City closures, visit this page. MLK Day March and Program on Jan. 16 … Continue reading “MLK Day Events in Georgetown”

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