The City of Georgetown Annual Report, A Blooming City, covers projects, initiatives, and financial information for the fiscal year that spanned October 1, 2016, through September 30, 2017.
The City of Georgetown Annual Report, America’s Fastest Growing City, covers projects, initiatives, and financial information for the fiscal year that spanned October 1, 2015, through September 30, 2016.
The City of Georgetown Annual Report, The Power of Innovation, covers projects, initiatives, and financial information for the fiscal year that spanned October 1, 2014, through September 30, 2015.
The City of Georgetown Annual Report, Shaping the Future, covers projects, initiatives, and financial information for the fiscal year that spanned October 1, 2013, through September 30, 2014.
The City of Georgetown Annual Report includes projects, initiatives, and financial information for the 2012 – 2013 fiscal year that spanned October 1, 2012, through September 30, 2013. The report covers the five focus areas that define the strategic goal of a City of Excellence. A final section includes financial information about the City of Georgetown.
Thanks to our great customers! Their efforts to reduce outdoor irrigation allowed water service to return to normal much earlier than originally projected. The repaired pump is working properly and the system is fully operational.
As promised, Georgetown Utility Systems is releasing a modified two-day per week outdoor irrigation schedule for the affected area.
Modified Irrigation Schedule for Affected Customers –
- Tuesday / Friday: Addresses ending in 1, 5, 9
- Wednesday / Saturday: Addresses ending in 2, 4, 6, 8
- Thursday / Sunday: Addresses ending in 0, 3, 7
For a map of the area where irrigation is limited to twice per week, please click here.
If you need assistance adjusting your irrigation controller, please call Customer Care at 512-930-3640. A reminder to ALL Georgetown Utility Systems customers – #NoWateringMonday
Area where automatic outdoor sprinkler use is limited to two days per week.
The City of Georgetown is considering a voluntary annexation of property into the city limits. The Public Hearings will be held at the May 8, 2018 meeting at 3 pm and March 8, 2018 at 6 pm. City Council meetings are located at the City Council Chambers, 101 E. 7th Street, at the northeast corner of Seventh and Main Street. The area being considered for voluntary annexation is approximately 44.69 acre tract of land, which includes adjacent right-of-way, situated in the Francis A. Hudson Survey, Abstract No. 295, Williamson County, Texas, generally located south of La Conterra Blvd., west of FM 1460, and north of Westinghouse Road to be known as the Keyes Tract.
After holding the required public hearings, the City Council will consider an ordinance for the annexation.
For additional information, please contact Sofia Nelson in the Planning Department, 512-930-3584 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This month the City of Georgetown will begin construction on a new elevated water storage tank, commonly known as a water tower, in Sun City. The new 2 million gallon water tank will be built next to the existing tank that is located adjacent to Sun City Boulevard about 500 feet north of Texas Drive. (A rendering of the new tank is pictured.)
The existing 400,000 gallon water tank was built in 1995 when Sun City was expected to contain 6,500 homes. However, Sun City is now expected to have more than 10,500 homes at final build-out. A larger tank is needed to support the demand from the homes in Sun City and the surrounding area.
The new tank will help regulate and maintain a more consistent water pressure throughout most of Sun City as a result of less fluctuation in the tank’s water level.
The new storage tank will be very similar in design and appearance to the elevated water tank that was recently constructed on D.B. Woods Road at Cedar Breaks Road. It will have a capacity of 2 million gallons and be the same height as the existing tank, which is 165 feet tall. The pedestal section of the tank will be made of steel-reinforced concrete and the bowl section will be fabricated from steel. The new water tank will cost $3.2 million, funded by water utility revenues. Construction is expected to take up to 400 days.
The new water storage tank was designed by Dunham Engineering and will be constructed by CB&I. The contract to construct the tank was a competitive bid approved by the City Council in September. CB&I has constructed more than 400 similar tanks and a total of more than 25,000 elevated water tanks in the company’s 123-year history.
The existing tank will remain in service until the new tank is completed. Shortly after, the existing steel tank will be removed in sections and lowered to the ground via a separate contract.
Construction on the new water storage tank is expected to start in the next two weeks and be completed by early 2019. Construction hours will be limited to Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. There will be a few times during the construction process when hours will extend beyond those times, such as during the concrete pouring process for the pedestal.
The City Council is hosting public hearings for four voluntary annexations at the Aug. 8 and Aug. 22, 2017, meetings. Council will consider action on these items on Sept. 12, and a second reading is to be determined. Most of the described properties below are being annexed in anticipation of future development.
Public hearing for the voluntary annexation of 244.54 acres in the Fredrick Foy Survey, Abstract Number 229, located approximately along and between the intersections of Ronald Reagan Boulevard at CR 245 and Ronald Reagan at Sun City Boulevard to be known as Highland Village. Location Map – Highland Village
Public hearing for the voluntary annexation of 133.1 acres in the Fredrick Foy Survey, Abstract Number 229, located approximately along and between the intersections of Ronald Reagan Boulevard at CR 245 and Ronald Reagan at Sun City Boulevard to be known as Berry Creek Highlands. Location Map Berry Creek Highlands
Public hearing for the voluntary annexation of 120.5 acres in the Lewis P. Dyches Survey, Abstract Number 171, located approximately west of the intersection of Ronald Reagan Boulevard and CR 245 to be known as Somerset Hills – 1. Location Map – Somerset Hills 1
Public hearing for the voluntary annexation of 314.5 acres in the Burrell Eaves Survey, Abstract Number 216, located approximately northwest of the intersection of Hwy. 195 and Shell Road to be known as Somerset Hills – 2. Location Map – Somerset Hills 2
After holding the required public hearings, the City Council will consider an ordinance for the annexations at dates to be determined. For additional information, contact the Planning Department at 512-930-3575 or email email@example.com.
The City of Georgetown Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a Senior Adult Dance on Friday, June 16, from 6-9 p.m. at the Georgetown Community Center, 445 E. Morrow St.
The event is designed for, but not limited to, adults age 55 and older. Dress is casual and light refreshments will be served.
Advanced registration is encouraged. Tickets are $7 per person June 13-16 and at the door. Register in person at the Georgetown Recreation Center, or by contacting Robert Staton, Senior Program Coordinator, at (512) 930-1367 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, visit parks.georgetown.org/senior-adult-dance.
november 12, 2018 - november 18, 2018
- aug 20, 2018 - aug 26, 2018
- aug 27, 2018 - sep 02, 2018
- sep 03, 2018 - sep 09, 2018
- sep 10, 2018 - sep 16, 2018
- sep 17, 2018 - sep 23, 2018
- sep 24, 2018 - sep 30, 2018
- oct 01, 2018 - oct 07, 2018
- oct 08, 2018 - oct 14, 2018
- oct 15, 2018 - oct 21, 2018
- oct 22, 2018 - oct 28, 2018
- oct 29, 2018 - nov 04, 2018
- nov 05, 2018 - nov 11, 2018
- nov 12, 2018 - nov 18, 2018
- nov 19, 2018 - nov 25, 2018
- nov 26, 2018 - dec 02, 2018
- dec 03, 2018 - dec 09, 2018
- dec 10, 2018 - dec 16, 2018
- dec 17, 2018 - dec 23, 2018
- dec 24, 2018 - dec 30, 2018
- dec 31, 2018 - jan 06, 2019
- jan 07, 2019 - jan 13, 2019
- jan 14, 2019 - jan 20, 2019
- jan 21, 2019 - jan 27, 2019
- jan 28, 2019 - feb 03, 2019
- feb 04, 2019 - feb 10, 2019
The City Council is holding public hearings for four voluntary annexations at the January 12th and January 26th meetings. Council will consider action on these items on February 9th and a second reading to be determined. Most of the described properties below are being annexed in anticipation of future development.
Below are the properties with a location map of each:
- Public Hearing for the voluntary annexation of 17.81 acres in the LJ Dyches Survey, located at 1000 FM 1460. Location Map
- Public Hearing for the voluntary annexation of various additions to the Williams Drive right-of-way as conveyed to the City from Williamson County, from DB Wood through the Jim Hogg intersection. Williams Dr ROW
- Public Hearing for the voluntary annexation of 207.147 acres in the Addison Survey, located at 2750 County Road 110. Location Map
- Public Hearing for the voluntary annexation of 10.058 acres in the Francis Hudson Survey, located at 555 Rabbit Hill Road. Location Map
For questions about these annexation proposals, please contact Jordan Maddox at 512-930-3575 or the Planning Department front desk. Service Plans for each area are available online and at the Planning Department office at 406 W. 8th Street.
Update, 5:30 a.m.—The water main repair was completed at 1:30 a.m. Lines were flushed and water service was restored to customers by 4:45 a.m. Some customers may be experiencing low water pressure while storage capacity is filled.
Update, 10:30 p.m.—The affected line has been drained. The crew is working on repairing the line and estimates two to three hours to complete the repair and restore service.
Due to a break in a 12-inch water transmission main north of Andice, a water outage is affecting approximately 500 customers in the Chisholm Trail Special Utility District service area served by the City of Georgetown.
The initial break occurred at approximately 4 p.m., affecting customers in the Florence and Andice areas. The impact on the water supply and storage system is anticipated to affect customers north of Florence and into Bell County.
Repairs are estimated to be completed in 4 to 6 hours.