President George H.W. Bush said, "Public Service is a noble calling and we need men and women of character to believe that they can make a difference in their communities, in their states and in their country."
My wife, Mickie, and I believe this is true.
It’s no secret that there are trials and tribulations associated with running a fast-growing city like Georgetown. But it's important to put these challenges in context. One thing that is often overlooked is your overall cost for city services. When you consider city taxes, electric,
Two City of Georgetown initiatives and one Georgetown business were named finalists in the achievement categories for the Texas Downtown Association’s 2019 President’s Awards Program.
The City’s Red Poppy Festival, which celebrated its 20th year in 2019, was selected as a finalist for Best Promotional Event.
Making investments to enhance community safety and quality of life are key priorities for the fiscal year 2020 budget plan for the City of Georgetown. Budget specifics and the tax rate are being discussed and approved this month by the City Council.
Georgetown’s population growth remains
Voters said they wanted it and Mayor Dale Ross and Georgetown leadership listened, recently unveiling plans to stay on top of Georgetown's mobility issues.
Having asked citizens in a recent survey about top priorities, the City's data show the top concerns are traffic and growth-related pressures,
The City of Georgetown officially changed Briarwood Drive, between Williams Drive and Rocky Hollow Trail, to SportClips Way to honor the headquarters of Sport Clips Haircuts in Georgetown. New street signs for SportClips Way were revealed July 11 to mark the occasion.
Gordon Logan, SportClips CEO,
Georgetown Utility Systems (GUS) has been recognized nationally for reliability and safety.
In April, GUS attained Diamond Level status under the American Public Power Association’s Reliable Public Power Provider program. This is the program’s highest level of recognition and is only awarded after a rigorous application
At the annual meeting of the Texas Library Association last week, Georgetown Public Library Director Eric Lashley was named Librarian of the Year. The award is given to a librarian who has shown extraordinary leadership and service in the library community.
The award recognizes Lashley's “innovative
by Mayor Dale Ross
Addressing the need to provide more water for residents and businesses in our fast-growing region is an important responsibility of the City. We have a three-pronged approach to respond to that demand. First, we have adopted irrigation schedules, water rates, and rebates
Since 1949, Texas has been engaged in deliberate and legislative management of water-related needs across the state. Bills have been regularly introduced since that time, regardless of drought conditions, to operate the Texas Water Development Board and fund our supply and conservation needs through local