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Testing for the City’s new outdoor warning sirens is planned for Aug. 26. The audible testing will begin at 11 a.m. and will sound for 90 seconds. Testing will continue monthly on the last Saturday of every month, weather permitting. The new system, which features 23 outdoor warning sirens located

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The first day of classes for schools in the Georgetown school district is Thursday, Aug. 17. 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. Look for the school zones at most

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ArchivedCity HallTransportation

The City will celebrate the launch of its new GoGeo fixed-route and paratransit bus service with a ribbon cutting at noon Aug. 21 at the central transit hub at the Georgetown Public Library, 402 W. Eighth St. GoGeo has four routes serving Lone Star Circle of Care, Wolf Ranch, the

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Animal ServicesArchived

The Friends of the Georgetown Animal Shelter is again hosting a community retail sale on Friday-Saturday, September 22-23, 2017, at the Community Center in San Gabriel Park.  Instead of taking donated items and selling them ourselves in a typical garage sale, we are offering spots to people who want to

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The Texas Department of Transportation will begin several paving projects, including portions of the I-35 northbound frontage road, Austin Avenue, and University Avenue, on Aug. 6. Repaving work on University Avenue from I-35 to Inner Loop is scheduled to begin Aug. 6 and is expected to take three months to

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ArchivedCity HallTransportation

Street resurfacing on city streets with hot-in-place recycling is scheduled to begin next week. Additional street resurfacing projects including a double course surface treatment are also expected to begin later this summer on portions of SE Inner Loop, Maple Street, Country Club Road and Northwest Boulevard. The work schedule can

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Former Georgetown Mayor George Garver passed away on July 27 at his residence in Prairie Village, Kansas. He was 85. Garver was elected mayor in 2008 and was re-elected to a second term in 2011. He and his wife Alice lived in the Sun City neighborhood in Georgetown from 1997

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ArchivedParks & Recreation

The City of Georgetown Parks and Recreation Department presents the fourth annual Pirate Party on Friday, Aug. 4, from 5:30-8 p.m. at the Georgetown Recreation Center, 1003 N. Austin Ave. This end of summer celebration is for children ages 2-8 years old. In addition to swimming in the outdoor pool,

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ArchivedCity HallPolice Services

The Citizen Police Academy is a 10-week course to educate citizens about all aspects of the Georgetown Police Department. The fall 2017 academy, which begins Aug. 24, is instructed by police officers from various divisions of the police department. The deadline to apply is Aug. 14. Session topics include the

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New roads and capacity for a growing city are among key items in the proposed City budget for the 2018 fiscal year, presented yesterday to the City Council by City Manager David Morgan. The budget supports City services, builds infrastructure for the future, and provides competitive compensation for employees, while

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