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January 2019

Georgetown City Center set to open in late January, Wolf Crossing development breaks ground, Negotiations for downtown building sales underway; City Events: Cupid’s Chase 5K and Fun Run; Recycling Christmas trees, lights and boxes, Best of Georgetown, TX Winners, Protect pipes, Holiday closings

Reporter January 2019

February 2019

On The Table results presented to City Council, Red Poppy Festival poster art selected; City Events: Cupid’s Chase 5K and Fun Run, Real Estate Agent Workshop; 2018 Employee Awards, Georgetown Animal Shelter maintains no-kill status; City Events, 10th annual Georgetown Swirl, Chase the Chief 5K and Hammerlun Family Fun Run

Reporter February 2019

March 2019

Good Neighbor Fund, Two-day per week watering schedule in place, Bulky waste pickups; Applications of spring Citizen Police Academy being accepted; City Events: 10th annual Georgetown Swirl, Chase the Chief 5K and Hammerlun Family Fun Run, Art in the Library, Live Music at the library

Reporter March 2019

April 2019

Red Poppy Festival, Clay Shell honored with Paul Harris Fellow recognition; City Events: Vibrant Living! A Senior Empowerment Event; City Council election, Spring irrigation tune-up, Art exhibits at the Library, Earth Day programs focus on climate and the economy; City Events: Eggstravaganza, Live Music at the library

Reporter April 2019

May 2019

City comprehensive plan update continues, Preservation Month, Water conservation reminder; City Events: Holocaust Remembrance Day event; City Council election, Memorial Day closings, Fire Stations 6 and 7 break ground, Call 811 before you dig; City Events: Water Safety Day, “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”

Reporter May 2019

June 2019

City Center grand opening, New irrigation schedule, Adult summer reading at the Library; Art at the Library, Recycling participation count; City Events: Animal Shelter at Mulligan’s, “Mary Poppins Returns,” Live Music at the Library, Music on the Square (The Music on the Square schedule has changed. For updates, visit

Reporter June 2019