Transit System Survey: City Seeks Feedback

Update, March 24, 2017: This transit survey is now closed. Results from the transit survey will be presented at the City Council meeting on March 28. The City of Georgetown is launching a fixed-route transit service, also known as a bus service, in August. The new transit service includes four routes with a central hub … Continue reading “Transit System Survey: City Seeks Feedback”

Bicycle Master Plan community workshop on Dec. 4

The City of Georgetown is seeking additional community feedback to help develop a Bicycle Master Plan. The public is invited to a community workshop from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 4, at the Georgetown Public Library, 402 W. Eighth St. The City is working with graduate students from the University of Texas at … Continue reading “Bicycle Master Plan community workshop on Dec. 4”

Georgetown wins $1 million in Bloomberg Philanthropies U.S. Mayors Challenge

Michael R. Bloomberg today announced Georgetown as a winner of Bloomberg Philanthropies U.S. Mayors Challenge, a yearlong competition that challenged city leaders to uncover and test bold, inventive ideas to confront the toughest problems faced by cities today. Nine cities will receive $1 million to begin implementation on potentially breakthrough solutions to homelessness, the opioid … Continue reading “Georgetown wins $1 million in Bloomberg Philanthropies U.S. Mayors Challenge”

Open house to discuss historic resources and districts survey results

The City will host an open house meeting Oct. 29 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. in Council Chambers, 101 E. Seventh St., to discuss the results of surveys related to properties on the City’s historic resources survey and in historic overlay districts. Individuals interested in providing feedback on the development process for historic properties can … Continue reading “Open house to discuss historic resources and districts survey results”

Neighborhood traffic management policy proposed

The City of Georgetown is asking for feedback on a proposed neighborhood traffic management policy. The goal is to take a holistic approach in addressing concerns expressed by residents about traffic speeds or volume on residential streets. The intent of the draft policy is to provide an objective and comprehensive framework to better address adverse … Continue reading “Neighborhood traffic management policy proposed”

2018 online Citizen Survey now open

Earlier this year, the Texas State University Center for Research, Public Policy, and Training conducted a survey of Georgetown residents on behalf of the City of Georgetown. The Citizen Survey was conducted by mail and included questions about City of Georgetown services, programs, and projects. In tandem with the mailed survey, the City is also … Continue reading “2018 online Citizen Survey now open”

Georgetown vision statement: Survey #2

The City of Georgetown is seeking input on a community vision statement. There were 550 responses to the first visioning survey in September. The results of that survey and a community visioning session held last week led to a list of phrases to be considered for a vision statement. Take this quick survey to give … Continue reading “Georgetown vision statement: Survey #2”

City to host open house for Austin Avenue bridges options

The City of Georgetown will host the third public meeting for the Austin Avenue Bridges Project on May 11. The open house meeting on Thursday, May 11, will be from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Georgetown Communications and Technology Building, 501 W. Ninth St. During the meeting, the project team will present possible improvement … Continue reading “City to host open house for Austin Avenue bridges options”