The City of Georgetown annually updates and adopts a five-year Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) Schedule as part of the operating budget adoption process. Needed capital improvements are identified through system models, repair and maintenance records, and growth. The City uses a team approach to prioritizing capital improvement projects, whereby City staff from all operational areas provide input and ideas relating to each project and its effect on operations.
Please see the attached drafts. If you have any comments about these or other CIP subjects, please contact Wesley Wright, 512-931-7672.
The City of Georgetown is in the process of compiling a downtown parking study 1) to provide recommendations on short and medium term management solutions to identified parking issues and 2) to develop recommendations on preliminary design concepts for structured parking. The study (preliminary results, attached below) includes the results of an online survey as well as the identification of existing assets and potential future parking sites in the downtown area.
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.
City Manager Paul Brandenburg provided a development report to the City Council on July 2, 2013 with information on projects and business activity in Georgetown. Below is that Development Report.
If you are looking for the City of Georgetown Developer Guide, which is a document that is a how-to for developers, click here.
The Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas marketing slogan and insignia were created in 2011 by the City of Georgetown, Texas to be used for tourism marketing and promotions. This Trademark Usage Guide provides background on the development of the marketing slogan and insignia, as well as guidance on the use of the Trademark in advertisements or on promotional items or apparel.
A separate Licensing Agreement contract must be executed for non-City organizations or businesses interested in using the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas insignia in advertisements or on promotional items or apparel. See the Trademark Usage Guide for details on the Licensing Agreement.
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)
This pamphlet is a “what you need to know” as a new downtown business owner.
The City of Georgetown, in conjunction with Capital Area Rural Transportation System (CARTS), and the Texas Department of Transportation have embarked on the Georgetown Fixed-Route Action Plan. The purpose of this effort is to design a fixed-route transit service and implementation plan for the City of Georgetown. This plan will have all of the elements necessary to start up operation of the service as detailed in the scope of work.
An element of the Downtown Master Plan calls for the creation of a coordinated system of wayfinding and public signage to get vehicles and pedestrians to and around downtown by providing a hierarchical system of signage and symbols. Coupled with the need to provde a wayfinding system for downtown, the City also recognized the need to provide a consistent and coordinated system of signs city-wide.