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.
Regional water planning provides for the orderly development, management, and conservation of water resources and preparation for and response to drought conditions in order that sufficient water will be available at a reasonable cost to ensure public health, safety, and welfare; further economic development; and protect the agricultural and natural
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
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 email@example.com. Irrigation Variance Form
This Bill of Rights applies to any attempt by the government or a private entity to take your property. The contents of this Bill of Rights are prescribed by the Texas Legislature in Texas Government Code Sec. 402.031 and Chapter 21 of the Texas Property Code. Landowners Bill of Rights
Please note: Construction Standards and Details and Drainage Criteria Manual are intended for engineers and contractors engaging in civil infrastructure in the City’s service area. GEORGETOWN UTILITY SYSTEMS (including water infrastructure in the area formerly served by Chisholm Trail Special Utility District) CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATIONS AND STANDARDS MANUAL– June 21, 2006
Complete the application below to request that an independent meter test company will test your utility meter to determine if it is faulty. If the meter test results in a defective meter, the City of Georgetown will pay for the testing and an adjustment will be applied to the account.