Market Study for Downtown District

Tenant mix study for the Downtown District of Georgetown prepared by IF Marketing & Advertising. The conclusions reached are based on present knowledge of the competitive market, the communities and retail developments as well as corresponding fieldwork completed over the last several months of the project.

Click here to open Marketing Study for Downtown District (.pdf)

Take Me Home Program

“Take Me Home” is a database used by the police for individuals who may need special assistance if they are alone or in times of emergency.  This assistance is needed when a person is confused, unable to speak or properly identify themselves.  The system includes a current digital picture, demographic information, and caregiver contact information.  The officer can search the system by name or the person’s physical description.  Once the person’s “Take Me Home” record has been located, the officer has the information to appropriately assist the individual.  All information remains confidential.
For more information about this and other programs, please contact Assistant Chief Roland Waits at (512) 930-3501 or Roland.Waits@georgetown.org.
Click here to download the “Take Me Home” Application

 

Irrigation Variance Form

The watering restrictions ordinance describes the conditions during which you are allowed to irrigate your lawn.  There are exceptions made to these mandatory rules, but to gain an exception, you must complete the following Irrigation Variance Form and submit this form to gus@georgetown.org.

Irrigation Variance Form

City of Georgetown Photo Use Policy

Attached is the City of Georgetown Texas’ photo use policy. This policy covers several definitions from copyright to publicity rights and is intended to help City employees know when they can and can not use photography. Additionally, it defines three different photograph sources: employee, vendor, and public contributor and what copyright limitations are associated with each.

City of Georgetown Photo Use Policy