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The City of Georgetown is seeking public input on options for repairing or replacing the Austin Avenue Bridges that span the north and south forks of the San Gabriel River. Public comments should be submitted on or before Friday, May 26 in order to be included in the official public

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Updated May 9, 2017, at 11:20 a.m. The scope of the Seventh Street project has been expanded to include additional gutter improvements. The additional work could extend the project’s expected completion to mid-June. Myrtle Street between Seventh and Eighth streets is expected to be closed until Friday, May 12. The

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Changes to the Unified Development Code that were approved by City Council on February 28, 2017, will take effect on April 1, 2017.  After numerous public meetings over the past year, Council approved several amendments to the code.  Most of these changes were based on previous updates to the City’s Comprehensive (2030) Plan

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Next week on Monday through Friday, concrete bridge beams will be delivered at the Southwest Bypass bridge site in southwest Georgetown. Delivery of 120 precast bridge beams in convoys of six trucks at a time will lead to brief road closures on SH 29/University Avenue and on Leander Road at

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The City of Georgetown is hosting an open house meeting to share with the public progress on delivering the City’s new fixed-route bus system. The meeting will be held 4-7 p.m. on March 21 at the Georgetown Public Library, 402 W. Eighth St. At the open house meeting, attendees will

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Georgetown residents, business owners and civic leaders will join the Williams Drive project team on Thursday, March, 9 for an open house showing the conceptual designs for Williams Drive. Feedback from previous meetings and design events has been conceptualized into a vision for Williams Drive. The recommended approaches will be

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Georgetown nonprofit Faith in Action Georgetown will begin offering full-day office hours March 15. The extended hours will allow the nonprofit, which provides transportation services for seniors in Georgetown, to better serve its more than 500 clients, FIAG Executive Director Vickie Orcutt said. “This grant is about mobility management and

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The City of Georgetown Planning Department will be hosting office visiting hours for anybody interested in learning more about the amendments, running through specific development examples, and addressing any questions you may have. Dedicated office hours will be held Wednesday, January 4 from  4 to 6 p.m. To sign up for

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The Unified Development Code (UDC) Advisory Committee will hold a public hearing and consider proposed amendments to the UDC on Wednesday, October 12th at 3:00. The proposed amendments primarily pertain to the transportation, utility, and subdivision provisions of the code. The UDC Advisory Committee and City staff have worked throughout

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The City of Georgetown and the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) are partnering on the Williams Drive Study to plan for the future of the corridor. This study will develop a plan of action that will incorporate safety, efficient transportation operations, safe accommodations of all modes, and integration of

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