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”
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.
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”
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.
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.