The Georgetown City Reporter is a monthly publication of the City of Georgetown Public Communications Department. The Reporter is inserted in the utility bills that are mailed each month to City of Georgetown utility customers. For questions or comments, contact Public Communications Department at (512) 930-3652, or by email at email@example.com.
Pickup starts in November: Single-Stream Recycling Yard Trimmings Program; New fees and services are effective on October 1; Georgetown AirFest on November 3; Collectible Christmas Ornament; November Events; Thanksgiving Holiday: City Offices Closed Nov. 22-23, 2012
Award for Lineworker Degree Program; Starting in November: Single-Stream Recycling and Green Waste Pickup; City news and events; Find us on FaceBook; October Events; Drilling Tech Company Key in Current Boom; Georgetown Public Library closed for Inventory October 1-5; Art for Animals February 2013
Getting Ready for a Winery; HOT Grant Applications; Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas; City Wins Awards for Events and Marketing; Best of Georgetown 2012; September Events Calendar; Labor Day Closings
Reclaimed Water Helps Meet Irrigation Demand; Electric Power Cost Adjustment Reduced; Independence Day Holiday; Fan Drive Helps to Beat the Summer Heat; Bike to Work Day; Emergency Notices to Your Phone; Fireworks Prohibited; July Events.
Georgetown Public Library WOW!mobile on the Road; Watering Limit, Three Times Each Week; Summer Reading: Kids and Teens; Call 811 Before You Dig; Georgetown Youth Advisory Board; Une fete francaise – Festival of the Arts, Mary 31 through June 3; June Events
Downtown Cycling Criterium race Georgetown Grand: May 19-20; Library Summer Reading: Get a Clue… at your Library; Police Officers Awarded Medals for Valor, Distinguished Service; Memorial Day Monday May 28 2012, City Facilities Closed; Pools Open Memorial Day Weekend; Summer of Awesome; City May Acquire Chisolm Trail Water District; District 1 and 5 races City Council Seats Unopposed; First Electric Lineman Certified in Dept of Labor Program; Lone Star Legacy Designation for San Gabriel Park; May Events
Red Poppy Festival April 28-29 2012; Good Neighbor Fund Donate Now Online; Teen Court Featured in Professional Seminar; CARTS Bus Stop in Downtown Georgetown; Georgetown Reads! 2012; Combined Total Monthly Utility and Tax Expense; April Events
Animal Shelter Live Outcomes at 90 Percent; Spay or Neuter Clinics for Cats; The Georgetown Swirl; Upcoming Events: Red Poppy Festival, Georgetown Grand; Paws for Mardi Gras March 24; Eggs Away on March 31; State Preservation Conference; March Events
Lakeway Drive Bridge Construction Starts; FM971 and NE Inner Loop Intersection Improvement; City of Georgetown 2011 Employee Awards; Cupid’s Chase 5k; DiFusion Tech 4A Agreement; Federal Tax Prep Help; Upcoming Events
Economic Development: Life-science Center Accelerates -> Genesis of an Idea, Second Building Planned; About the Economic Development Corporation; TLCC Companies; January Events