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Updated: The silent auction will take in person Sunday, Oct. 22. The City of Georgetown Water Conservation team and Arts and Culture Board have awarded 10 pieces of work by nine different artists for the Painted Rain Barrel Project, a water conservation project with the objective of bringing awareness to the accessibility of conservation methods. … Continue reading “test image”

City News Test

Contact Information & Outage Information List of phone numbers and email addresses for common problems Boil Notice Water/Electric Outages Recent News Releases Close Winter Weather Updates View resources, updates, and contact information related to winter weather. Read More     See more news Special Topics 2020 City of Georgetown Resident Survey Report Notice of Intention … Continue reading “City News Test”

Georgetown winter storm FAQs

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Proposed Voluntary Annexation of 36.21 Acres

The City of Georgetown is considering a voluntary annexation of property into the city limits. A Public Hearing will be held at the December 8, 2020 meeting at 6:00pm. City Council meetings are located at the City Council Chambers, 510 W. 9th Street. The area being considered for voluntary annexation is an approximately 35.298-acre tract … Continue reading “Proposed Voluntary Annexation of 36.21 Acres”

Public input call-in details updated for today’s council meeting

The initial posting for the workshop and regular meeting agenda had an error in the call-in number and password. The posting has been updated with the correct numbers. Refresh the posting page to see the correct numbers. Go to agendas.georgetown.org to see the agendas for the workshop that started at 2:30 p.m. and the regular … Continue reading “Public input call-in details updated for today’s council meeting”

Mobility projects in Georgetown

Mobility and increased traffic consistently have been top issues cited by residents in Georgetown in citizen surveys. Since we can’t close a gate to keep people from moving to our wonderful city, we have implemented mobility projects to keep us moving as our population grows. In 2015, Georgetown voters approved a $105 million bond for … Continue reading “Mobility projects in Georgetown”

Our award-winning City

It’s no secret that there are trials and tribulations associated with running a fast-growing city like Georgetown. But it’s important to put these challenges in context. One thing that is often overlooked is your overall cost for city services. When you consider city taxes, electric, water, sewer, trash, and other expenses, Georgetown is one of … Continue reading “Our award-winning City”

New jobs, retail, and commercial development

If 2020 follows the recent trend, we can expect many new people will begin to call Georgetown home in the next year. Our town has been one of the top-10 fastest-growing cities in the country for the past five years in a row. Since 2010, our population has increased more than 56 percent. Why are … Continue reading “New jobs, retail, and commercial development”

Public safety and quality-of-life top 2020 priorities-September 2019

Making investments to enhance community safety and quality of life are key priorities for the fiscal year 2020 budget plan for the City of Georgetown. Budget specifics and the tax rate are being discussed and approved this month by the City Council. Georgetown’s population growth remains an important factor for the budget. This year Georgetown … Continue reading “Public safety and quality-of-life top 2020 priorities-September 2019”

MLK Day closings on Jan. 20

City of Georgetown offices will be closed Monday, Jan. 20, in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday. There will be normal solid waste and recycling collection on Jan. 20. City offices and facilities closed Jan. 20 for MLK Day include the following: Animal Shelter, 110 Walden Drive City Hall, 808 Martin Luther … Continue reading “MLK Day closings on Jan. 20”

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