Georgetown, as a result of local, state and national preservation efforts, has an abundance of historic structures and nationally recognized districts. These maps provide the location and boundaries for such places within the City. Continue reading “Historic District Maps”
Downtown Reinvestment Zone – August 2008
This map shows the hike & bike trails within the City of Georgetown as well as the Army Corps of Engineers trail system around Lake Georgetown. Continue reading “Hike & Bike Trails Map”
The implementation of the Overall Transportation Plan (OTP) is critical in the overall development of the City as it guides future roadway improvements, construction of new facilities, and outlines the City’s transportation goals. The adoption of the OTP by ordinance, sets forth long term capital planning and financing considerations designed to ensure that basic transportation infrastructure needs and right-of-way will be available as the city grows and network needs improvements. The current OTP was adopted in March 2015.
An Emergency Services District (ESD), under the Texas Health and Safety Code; Chapter 775, is a geographical area supported by taxes to provide emergency services within the area that is governed by a County appointed Commission.
Emergency Service Districts are created to allow for improvements in rural fire protection areas and intended to build a partnership with municipalities to ensure adequate service delivery is provided. The geographic area for this district is Georgetown’s Rural Fire Protection District. The boundaries were established by the Williamson County Fire Chief’s Association of who identifies which Fire Department can provide the best service based upon response coverage criteria.
This map is a graphical representation of the location of all athletic fields, community buildings, restrooms, and stadiums within San Gabriel Park. Continue reading “San Gabriel Park Facilities Map”
The purpose of this map is to show an overlay of protection zones meant to ensure the quality of water in the Edwards Aquifer. Continue reading “Edwards Aquifer Map”
An overlay district is a special zoning district in which additional regulations apply in addition to the base zoning guidelines. Included are the Courthouse View, Downtown, Gateway, and Old Town Overlay District maps. Continue reading “Overlay District Maps”
Listed below are the official council district maps that outline the borders of each council district within the city limits of Georgetown. These city council district maps were approved by the Georgetown city council in 2011 and approved by the U.S. Department of Justice in 2011. The City regularly updates the council district boundaries whenever land is annexed into the city limits.
The Georgetown City Council Members are elected based on these district boundaries. In order to determine which district you live in, click on any of the maps below:
- Council District 1
- Council District 2
- Council District 3
- Council District 4
- Council District 5
- Council District 6
- Council District 7
- Council Districts All
For a listing of City Council-members and their contact information, please visit our City Council webpage.
This map shows the fireworks ban area. The use of fireworks is not permitted in the city limits of Georgetown or within a 5,000-foot buffer from Georgetown city limits.
The map below graphically represents the different routes traveled by the City-contracted garbage collector over the course of the week.
This map shows the area in which the City of Georgetown is legally allowed to serve water, though determination of whether the City will provide water service depends on existing infrastructure and capacity.
This map is a graphical representation of the service area of the local electric providers.
Below is a map of the Goodwater Loop of the San Gabriel River Trail at Lake Georgetown. It is a 28-mile trail that passes through rugged terrain and completely circles the lake. Continue reading “Goodwater Loop at Lake Georgetown Map”
Use this to determine if you are inside the City Limits for Georgetown, Texas or within the City’s extra-territorial jurisdiction (ETJ). Often whether or not you qualify for city services is determined by whether or not you are within these city limits.
This map displays the building & business layout of the Most Beautiful Square in Texas.
Downtown Directory (updated 01/20/2015)