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Music on the Square Summer Concerts

June 1st, 2015 by Keith Hutchinson

The Music on the Square summer concerts start this Friday on the Courthouse lawn. These free concerts each Friday in June, July, and August start at 6:30 p.m. Bring a lawn chair or blanket, grab dinner-to-go from a local restaurant, and enjoy an evening of great live music. Here’s the lineup for June: June 5: […]

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Noah’s Ark: The Original Animal Shelter

May 29th, 2015 by Keith Hutchinson

Maybe it hasn’t been 40 days and 40 nights of rain, but it feels like it at the Georgetown Animal Shelter. The last time the shelter had a 40 Dogs in 40 Days campaign, they did it for kennel renovations. This time, it’s due to overcrowding. Since the beginning of May, the dog population has […]

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Watering Schedule Returns to Normal Limits

May 29th, 2015 by Keith Hutchinson

Outdoor watering limits in Georgetown are returning to normal for the first time in 19 months due to recent rains. Yesterday the Brazos River Authority lifted drought declarations for all lakes and reservoirs in the Brazos River basin, including Lake Georgetown and Stillhouse Hollow Lake. As a result, the City of Georgetown is exiting the […]

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Volunteer Needed to Serve on Library Advisory Board

May 28th, 2015 by webmaster

Call for a Volunteer to serve on the City of Georgetown’s Library Advisory Board The Library Advisory Board was established for the purpose of participating in the continual update of the Long Range Plan for the City of Georgetown Library and to serve to promote library programs and services in the community. Members must reside […]

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Census: Georgetown is Second-Fastest Growing City in U.S.

May 22nd, 2015 by Keith Hutchinson

Georgetown is the second-fastest growing city in the U.S., according to data released by the U.S. Census Bureau on Wednesday. For cities of 50,000 residents or greater, Georgetown had the second-highest rate of population growth in the country. The Census estimates that Georgetown grew from 54,934 to 59,102 in the period from July 1, 2013 […]

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Election Canvass and Council Member Oaths May 20

May 15th, 2015 by Keith Hutchinson

Ty Gipson and Anna Eby each will be sworn-in to begin new terms as council members at a special Georgetown City Council meeting on May 20. Gipson won the District 5 election held on May 9. Anna Eby was unopposed for District 1. Results from the District 5 election as well as the transportation bond […]

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Building Standards Commission Vacancy

May 12th, 2015 by webmaster

The City of Georgetown is recruiting highly qualified and dedicated individuals with Building Experience to serve on the Building Standards Commission, an important advisory board for the City. The Building Standards Commission hears appeals and renders decisions on rulings by City Building Inspectors or Officials in regard to code interpretation, enforcement, and substandard housing or […]

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Transportation Bond Approved, Gipson Wins District 5

May 10th, 2015 by webmaster

Georgetown voters have approved the transportation bonds on the May 9 ballot.  These are the unofficial final results for the transportation bond election from Williamson County Elections: Votes: Percent: For:  2,281  75.18% Against:  753  24.82% These are the unofficial final results in the District 5 City Council election from Williamson County Elections: Votes: Percent: Ty […]

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Sidewalk Rules Aim to Ensure Accessibility

April 30th, 2015 by Keith Hutchinson

A City ordinance defining accessibility standards for sidewalks in Georgetown went into effect this month. The new rules aim to ensure ADA-compliant walkways, especially around the Square, in areas where tables, merchandise, and other items are placed on sidewalks. The new rules require a path that is three feet wide without obstructions on sidewalks. Tables, […]

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Low Cost Pet Vaccines and Free Microchips

April 30th, 2015 by webmaster

The Georgetown Animal Shelter is conducting another walk-in low-cost vaccination clinic for cats and dogs. It will be Saturday, May 23, 8:30-11 a.m.  Help protect your pet from diseases they can pick up outside! Pets may also get a FREE microchip with the purchase of any vaccine. No appointments. Cash or check only. The shelter […]

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