Georgetown residents invited to share priorities for recreation programs, services

The City of Georgetown invites the community to attend one of a series of workshops in October that will help prioritize parks and recreation facilities, programs, and services as the Parks and Recreation Department plans for the future. Due to limited space, RSVPs to the workshops are requested. The City has engaged the services of … Continue reading “Georgetown residents invited to share priorities for recreation programs, services”

Seventh Street and Rock Street closures Sept. 20-28

Rock Street will be closed at the south side of Seventh Street Sept. 20-23 for crosswalk construction. Local vehicle access, on-street parking, sidewalk access, and business access will remain open on Rock Street via Eighth Street. See map below. Seventh Street will be closed at the west side of Rock Street and Rock Street will … Continue reading “Seventh Street and Rock Street closures Sept. 20-28”

Council meeting broadcast technical problems

We are experiencing technical difficulties with the live broadcast of today’s City Council workshop and meeting today on the website, GTV channel 10, and on Facebook Live. To watch tonight’s regular meeting, which starts at 6 p.m., please come to the Council and Court Building, 510 W. Ninth St. We will post a recording at … Continue reading “Council meeting broadcast technical problems”

Seventh Street closure Sept. 13-17

Update, Sept. 16: This work was completed ahead of schedule. Seventh Street is open again as of this morning. Seventh Street will be closed at Rock Street during the week of Sept. 13-17. The closure is for construction work on a crosswalk across Seventh Street on the east side of Rock Street. Sidewalks and businesses … Continue reading “Seventh Street closure Sept. 13-17”

Northwest Boulevard Bridge opened

City of Georgetown officials opened a new section of Northwest Boulevard, including a bridge over I-35, today. The half-mile Northwest Boulevard project extended the road across the interstate with a new bridge spanning I-35 and connecting with Austin Avenue on the east side. The project connects to Rivery Boulevard via a traffic circle to the … Continue reading “Northwest Boulevard Bridge opened”

City launches performance dashboard

Georgetown residents and ratepayers can now see how the City is performing on key metrics through a public performance management dashboard. The City of Georgetown launched a public dashboard highlighting a cross-section of performance metrics that provides residents with insights into department operations and services. The dashboard tracks eight different metrics across the City relating … Continue reading “City launches performance dashboard”

Labor Day closings

City of Georgetown offices and facilities will be closed Monday, Sept. 6, for the Labor Day holiday. This includes these locations: Airport Terminal and management offices, 500 Terminal Drive Animal Shelter, 110 W.L. Walden Drive City Hall, 808 Martin Luther King Jr. St. Council and Courts Building (including Municipal Court), 510 W. Ninth St. Georgetown … Continue reading “Labor Day closings”

City making final push to help people affected by COVID-19 pay residential utility bills

The City of Georgetown still has more than $900,000 in funding available to help residential utility customers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic pay their utility bills. Anyone whose income has been affected since the start of the pandemic may qualify for assistance. The COVID-19 Customer Assistance Program offers up to $1,500 to residential utility customers … Continue reading “City making final push to help people affected by COVID-19 pay residential utility bills”

Watch school zones as classes start on Aug. 19

The first day of classes for schools in Georgetown ISD is Thursday, Aug. 19. The Georgetown Police Department reminds drivers to slow down in school zones. As students go back to school, police will be monitoring school zones throughout the city. “This is an exciting time of year, and we look forward to welcoming students … Continue reading “Watch school zones as classes start on Aug. 19”

Georgetown residents invited learn about Parks and Recreation Master Plan survey results

Georgetown residents are invited to hear the results of public feedback about the Parks and Recreation Master Plan in a public forum at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 25, in the Council Chambers, 510 W. Ninth St. Residents also can participate virtually via Zoom. “We want to make sure this 10-year plan reflects the priorities of … Continue reading “Georgetown residents invited learn about Parks and Recreation Master Plan survey results”

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