New Mosquito Control Effort Targets West Nile Risk

The City of Georgetown and the Williamson County and Cities Health District are collaborating on a new targeted effort to reduce the risk from mosquitos that carry West Nile virus. The new joint initiative is the first of its kind in Williamson County. Since mid-June, a City of Georgetown employee in transportation services has been … Continue reading “New Mosquito Control Effort Targets West Nile Risk”

Scams Reported Involving Past-Due Utility Bill Payments

The City of Georgetown advises residents to be aware of scams reported to the City involving payments on past-due accounts. In one case, someone who identified himself as a City of Georgetown employee called a local business about a past-due utility account. The person told the customer to purchase a Visa card at a local … Continue reading “Scams Reported Involving Past-Due Utility Bill Payments”

Landscape Irrigation Schedule in Effect

The schedule for outdoor landscape irrigation remains in effect for City of Georgetown water customers. The following mandatory limits apply to landscape irrigation water use. For irrigation systems and hose-end sprinklers, landscape irrigation is limited to a schedule based on the last digit of your address number: Odd addresses may irrigate on Tuesday and/or Thursday … Continue reading “Landscape Irrigation Schedule in Effect”

Good Neighbor Fund Helps Families Through Difficult Times

Each month, families facing a serious crisis like a job loss or medical emergency seek help from local nonprofits like The Caring Place. That support, including assistance with utility bill payments, can make a crucial difference when it seems as though there is no place to turn. Recently one family of eight was helped by … Continue reading “Good Neighbor Fund Helps Families Through Difficult Times”

Hazard Mitigation Plan Survey

The City of Georgetown is currently in the process of completing a Hazard Mitigation Plan.  Input from the community is needed for the project team to identify and analyze potential hazards affecting residents and recommend possible actions to reduce their impact. Hazards can include droughts, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, and other major disasters. A public … Continue reading “Hazard Mitigation Plan Survey”

Airport Tower Funding From TXDOT and City Approved

Update: Today the FAA has delayed tower closures until June 15th.  So the City contracts and funding of the tower will not begin until June 16th if TxDOT allows the grant to be extended to that date. The Georgetown city council voted this morning to accept an emergency short-term grant from the Texas Department of Transportation … Continue reading “Airport Tower Funding From TXDOT and City Approved”

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