The Flood Protection Planning Study’s goal is to identify areas of flooding and develop mitigation strategies such as drainage maintenance and potential future drainage projects. The study is a partnership between the cities of Georgetown, Leander and Liberty Hill, as well as Williamson County and the Texas Water Development Board.
In 2013, the City was awarded a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to prepare a multi-hazard mitigation plan, to assess all potential natural disasters and to identify mitigation actions to address each risk. This plan was adopted by the City Council on November 25, 2014 and approved
The Housing Plan is an element of the City’s Comprehensive Plan, as required by the City Charter. A major revision to the City’s Comprehensive Plan began in 2006 with the 2030 Plan Vision Statement and Land Use Plan. The Housing Element was adopted by the City Council on August 14,
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
The City of Georgetown identified the Williams Drive Gateway area as a high priority planning and economic development project in 2004. City staff completed an existing conditions report of the area in the spring of 2005. The City Council allocated funds in its fiscal year 2006 budget to complete a
Over the years the City of Georgetown has worked hard to maintain its character while also maximizing opportunities for economic development and for enhancing the quality of life for its residents. Many planning decisions have been made carefully, with close consideration of the impacts and benefits of development and recognition