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
The City of Georgetown broke ground on two Fire Stations, March 1st and 5th.
Fire Station 7, on Highway 29 at Inner Loop, will serve areas on the city's east side as well as areas in Emergency Services District 8. Total construction cost for the 13,000
Two major development projects announced last year will bring big changes to two corners of the Interstate 35 and Highway 29 intersection—the Wolf crossing retail center on the southeast corner and Wolf Lakes Village on the northwest corner. Both projects will be built on land
The City of Georgetown recently took steps to address changes in the electric power market. Those changes will affect your electric bill if the City of Georgetown provides your electricity. I’d like to provide you some information about changes to your bill, provide some background
“Enough research will tend to support your conclusions.” This thought from the author of The Complete Murphy’s Law, Arthur Bloch, could be applied current controversy concerning Georgetown Utility System’s green energy program. After reviewing the recent coverage by local media, there is certainly no shortage
It has been an amazing year in Georgetown. Looking back on 2018, there are so many good stories to celebrate. Here are my picks for the Top-10 stories of 2018.
10. South’s Best Lists
Georgetown was honored this year to be named No. 1 on The South’s
[caption id="attachment_3842" align="alignleft" width="300"] Retiring County Judge Dan Gattis and Mayor Dale Ross ready to throw the switch