Proposed Voluntary Annexation of 3.038 Acres of City-Owned Right-of-Way (Higgs Road)

The City of Georgetown is considering the voluntary annexation of the following properties into the city limits.  A Public Hearing will be held for each request at the November 9, 2021 City Council meeting beginning at 6:00pm. City Council meetings are located at the City Council Chambers, 510 W. 9th Street This Board is now meeting in-person with a quorum present and public is welcome to attend. If special accommodations are needed, please reach out to the Staff Liaison, Robyn Densmore at robyn.densmore@georgetown.org or 512-931-7715 for assistance. Additional information on available options for public comment will be provided on the posted agenda

The area being considered for voluntary annexation is An approximately 3.038 acres of City-owned Right-of-Way situated in part in the Joseph Mott Survey, Abstract No. 427, the Calvin Bell Survey Abstract No. 112, and the William Addison Survey Abstract No. 21, a right-of-way of varying width described to the City of Georgetown, Texas, known as the Higgs Road (2021-13-ANX).

After holding the required public hearings, the City Council will consider an ordinance for the annexation.

For additional information, please contact Cesar Acosta in the Planning Department, 512-930-6652 or email at cesar.acosta@georgetown.org

Proposed Voluntary Annexation of 46.972 Acres (Portman Development)

The City of Georgetown is considering a voluntary annexation of property into the city limits.  A Public Hearing will be held at the October 26, 2021 meeting at 6:00pm. City Council meetings are located at the City Council Chambers, 510 W. 9th Street. This Board is now meeting in-person with a quorum present and the public is welcome to attend. If special accommodations are needed, please reach out to the Staff Liaison, Robyn Densmore at robyn.densmore@georgetown.org or 512-931-7715 for assistance. Additional information on available options for public comment will be provided on the posted agenda.

The area being considered for voluntary annexation is approximately a 46.972-acre tract of land situated in the LJ Dyches Survey, Abstract No. 180 and a 3.858-acre portion of Blue Springs Boulevard, a right-of-way of varying width generally described to Williamson County, Texas, generally located at southwest corner of Blue Springs Boulevard, to be known as Portman Development.

After holding the required public hearings, the City Council will consider an ordinance for the annexation.

For additional information, please contact Cesar Acosta in the Planning Department, 512-930-6652 or email at cesar.acosta@georgetown.org.

Solar application processing moving to new platform

Applications will temporarily cease Sept. 15-30, 2021

From Sept. 15 through Sept. 30, 2021, the City of Georgetown will temporarily stop accepting solar permit and interconnection applications while the City transitions to a new portal and service provider.

All solar permit applications received through Sept. 15 will be processed through the current application, My Permit Now.

Starting Oct. 1, the City will resume accepting solar interconnection applications on a new portal. This new portal will allow a more streamlined process for submitting a Distributed Energy Resource (DER) interconnection application. DER systems include roof-top solar photovoltaic units, residential battery storage, etc.

The public will be notified when the portal goes live.

New Distributed Energy Resource (DER) Installation and Interconnection Policy

On June 22, 2021, City Council approved the new DER Installation and Interconnection Policy, which goes into effect Oct. 1, 2021.

Please click here to review the policy.

The approved fee schedule is shown below:

Fee Description* Amount
DER installation and interconnection Application Fee $250
Facilities Study* * $1,000
DER Installation and Inspection Fee $450
Additional Inspection Fee** $150

*All fees identified as non-refundable.
**As needed.

If you have any questions, please contact: interconnection@georgetown.org

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS ON A PROPOSED STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 30 ( ALSO KNOWN AS CRESCENT BLUFF SUBDIVISION)

The City Council of Georgetown, Texas (City) will conduct two public hearings on a proposed Strategic Partnership Agreement (SPA) between the City and Williamson County Municipal Utility District No. 30 (District).  The territory of the District includes portions of the Crescent Bluff subdivision located in the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City in Williamson County, Texas, generally located at the intersection of State Hwy 29 and Crescent Bluff Drive (location map below). The territory of the District is described by metes and bounds in the Consent Agreement between the City and the District, recorded in the Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas as Document No. 2018070636

The two public hearings will be held during the regular City Council meetings on the following dates and location:

August 24 ,2021 beginning at 6:00 P.M. and

September 14,2021 beginning at 6:00 P.M.

at

City Council Chambers

510 W 9th Street

Georgetown, TX 78626

 The City desires to annex the land within the District for the limited purpose of imposing and collecting all sales and use taxes within the Land permitted by Section 43.0751 of the Texas Local Government Code (collectively, the “Sales and Use Tax Revenues”). The proposed SPA would bind the District and all present and future owners of the land within the District, agreeing that the Land within the District will become annexed into the City for the limited purpose of imposing and collecting Sales and Use Tax Revenues and for the other limited purposes set forth in SPA.

Copies of the proposed SPA may be obtained prior to the hearings from the office of the City Secretary located at City Hall, 808 Martin Luther King Jr. Street, Georgetown, TX 78626 (tel: (512) 930-3652).

                                                                                                

Robyn Densmore, CITY SECRETARY
CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS

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City Council hearing-Via video conference

Website: https://tinyurl.com/a6przm8

Description: City Council Workshop and Regular Meeting for Tuesday, August 24, 2021.

No video conference option will be available on September 14,2021

 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS ON A PROPOSED STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS AND WILLIAMSON COUNTY MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 30 ( ALSO KNOWN AS CRESCENT BLUFF SUBDIVISION)

The City Council of Georgetown, Texas (City) will conduct two public hearings on a proposed Strategic Partnership Agreement (SPA) between the City and Williamson County Municipal Utility District No. 30 (District).  The territory of the District includes portions of the Crescent Bluff subdivision located in the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City in Williamson County, Texas, generally located at the intersection of State Hwy 29 and Crescent Bluff Drive (location map below). The territory of the District is described by metes and bounds in the Consent Agreement between the City and the District, recorded in the Official Public Records of Williamson County, Texas as Document No. 2018070636

The two public hearings will be held during the regular City Council meetings on the following dates and location:

August 24 ,2021 beginning at 6:00 P.M. and

September 14,2021 beginning at 6:00 P.M.

at

City Council Chambers

510 W 9th Street

Georgetown, TX 78626

 The City desires to annex the land within the District for the limited purpose of imposing and collecting all sales and use taxes within the Land permitted by Section 43.0751 of the Texas Local Government Code (collectively, the “Sales and Use Tax Revenues”). The proposed SPA would bind the District and all present and future owners of the land within the District, agreeing that the Land within the District will become annexed into the City for the limited purpose of imposing and collecting Sales and Use Tax Revenues and for the other limited purposes set forth in SPA.

Copies of the proposed SPA may be obtained prior to the hearings from the office of the City Secretary located at City Hall, 808 Martin Luther King Jr. Street, Georgetown, TX 78626 (tel: (512) 930-3652).

                                                                                              

Robyn Densmore, CITY SECRETARY
CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS

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City Council hearing-Via video conference

Website: https://tinyurl.com/a6przm8

Description: City Council Workshop and Regular Meeting for Tuesday, August 24, 2021.

No video conference option will be available on September 14,2021

 

Proposed Limited Purpose Annexation of Northwest Williamson County Municipal Utility District No. 2 (NWWCMUD No.2)

The City of Georgetown is considering a limited purpose annexation of property within the boundaries of Northwest Williamson County Municipal Utility District No. 2 (NWWCMUD No.2).  A public hearings will be held at the City Council Meeting on August 24, 2021 at 6:00pm and at City Council Meeting on September 14, 2021 at 6:00pm  The meetings will be located at the City Council Chambers, 510 W. 9th Street.

The area being considered for limited purpose annexation is an approximate 454-acre tract of land situated in the Chas H. Delaney Survey Abstract No. 181 and the Lewis P Dyches Survey, Abstract No. 171, generally known as the Parmer Ranch Subdivision Northwest Williamson County Municipal Utility District No. 2 (NWWCMUD No.2) located at the intersection of   Ronald Reagan Blvd. and RM 2338 and shown within the below location map.

For additional information, please contact Sofia Nelson in the Planning Department, 512-930-7611 or email at sofia.nelson@georgetown.org

 

Proposed Limited Purpose Annexation of Northwest Williamson County Municipal Utility District No. 2 (NWWCMUD No.2)

The City of Georgetown is considering a limited purpose annexation of property within the boundaries of Northwest Williamson County Municipal Utility District No. 2 (NWWCMUD No.2).  A public hearings will be held at the City Council Meeting on August 24, 2021 at 6:00pm and at City Council Meeting on September 14, 2021 at 6:00pm  The meetings will be located at the City Council Chambers, 510 W. 9th Street.

The area being considered for limited purpose annexation is an approximate 454-acre tract of land situated in the Chas H. Delaney Survey Abstract No. 181 and the Lewis P Dyches Survey, Abstract No. 171, generally known as the Parmer Ranch Subdivision Northwest Williamson County Municipal Utility District No. 2 (NWWCMUD No.2) located at the intersection of   Ronald Reagan Blvd. and RM 2338 and shown within the below location map.

For additional information, please contact Sofia Nelson in the Planning Department, 512-930-7611 or email at sofia.nelson@georgetown.org

 

Proposed Voluntary Annexation of 43.421 Acres (Molto Georgetown)

The City of Georgetown is considering a voluntary annexation of property into the city limits.  A Public Hearing will be held at the August 24, 2021 meeting at 6:00pm. City Council meetings are located at the City Council Chambers, 510 W. 9th Street. Due to operational constraints resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, this meeting may be held via a video conference. The final location of the meeting and instructions on how to join via the video conference or call in number meeting will be posted with the meeting agenda at agendas.georgetown.org the Friday prior to the meeting.

The area being considered for voluntary annexation is an approximate 43.421-acre tract of land situated in the L.J Dyches Survey, Abstract No. 180, and a 2.56-acre portion of Blue Springs Boulevard, a right-of-way of varying width described to the City of Georgetown, Texas and a 2.051-acre portion of Blue Ridge Drive a right-of-way of varying width described to the City of Georgetown, Texas generally located at 600 SE Inner Loop, to be known as Molto Properties.

After holding the required public hearings, the City Council will consider an ordinance for the annexation.

For additional information, please contact Cesar Acosta in the Planning Department, 512-930-6652 or email at cesar.acosta@georgetown.org.

Proposed Voluntary Annexation of 20 Acres (Westinghouse Road ROW)

The City of Georgetown is considering a voluntary annexation of property into the city limits.  A Public Hearing will be held at the August 24, 2019 meeting at 6:00pm. City Council meetings are located at the City Council Chambers, 510 W. 9th Street. Due to operational constraints resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, this meeting may be held via the video conference. The final location of the meeting and instructions on how to join via the video conference or call in number meeting will be posted with the meeting agenda at agendas.georgetown.org the Friday prior to the meeting.

The area being considered for voluntary annexation is approximately a 20.00 acres of City-owned Right-of-Way situated in part in the J Patterson Survey, Abstract No. 502 and the Barney C. Low Survey Abstract No. 385, a right-of-way of varying width described to the City of Georgetown, Texas, generally located on Westinghouse Road to be known as the Westinghouse Road (2021-3-ANX).

After holding the required public hearings, the City Council will consider an ordinance for the annexation.

For additional information, please contact Cesar Acosta in the Planning Department, 512-930-6652 or email at cesar.acosta@georgetown.org

Proposed Voluntary Annexation of 39.69 Acres of City-Owned Right-of-Way (Southwest Bypass)

The City of Georgetown is considering a voluntary annexation of property into the city limits.  A public hearing will be held at the August 24, 2021 meeting at 6:00pm. City Council meetings are located at the City Council Chambers, 510 W. 9th Street. Due to operational constraints resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, this meeting may be held via video conference. The final location of the meeting and instructions on how to join via the video conference or call in number meeting will be posted with the meeting agenda at agendas.georgetown.org the Friday prior to the meeting.

The area being considered for voluntary annexation is approximately 39.969 acres of City-owned Right-of-Way situated in part in the Joseph Thompson Survey, Abstract No. 608, a right-of-way of varying width described to the City of Georgetown, Texas, generally located between Leander Road (FM2243) and the south fork of the South San Gabriel River to be known as the Southwest Bypass (2021-2-ANX).

After holding the required public hearings, the City Council will consider an ordinance for the annexation.

For additional information, please contact Nat Waggoner in the Planning Department, 512-930-3584 or email at nat.waggoner@georgetown.org.