Interactive Maps

Much like Google Maps™ and Bing Maps™,  the City of Georgetown’s interactive maps allow the exploration of the City’s collection of geographic data through interactive map viewers.  They are easy to use and provide a wealth of information.  Now, you can even print the maps or save them as Adobe™ .PDF files.

Please remember: The data shown in these viewers is for informational and general planning purposes only.  Although every effort is made to maintain quality, some error may be present in the data and it should never be used in place of boundary surveys performed by Texas Registered Professional Land Surveyors.   The City of Georgetown is not responsible for damages resulting from improper use of the maps.

** For the best interactive map performance, we recommend using the latest version of Internet Explorer, Firefox or Google Chrome. Users of Internet Explorer 9 may experience issues with the default zoom level. The maps will still function, but may require a zoom into the desired area.**

Address Locator & City Limits Finder

AddressLocatorGeoGuide: Address Locator will help you find addresses in Williamson County and determine whether or not they are within the City Limits of the City of Georgetown.

The address locator/city limits finder is being repaired at this time. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please call 512.931.7647 if you need immediate address location assistance.

Zoning Districts

GeoGuidePlanningGeoGuide: Zoning Districts allows users to to explore the City of Georgtown’s Official Zoning Map.

Planning: Future Land Use / Official Thoroughfare Plan

Future_Land_Use_IconGeoguide: Future Land Use / Official Thoroughfare Plan
allows users to view future land use designations and Official Thoroughfare Plan information for the City of Georgetown and adjacent areas.

City Council Districts

GeoGuideCityCouncilDistrictsGeoGuide: City Council Districts allows users to explore the geographic extent of Georgetown’s seven single member City Council Districts.  Residents can determine which Council Districts they live in by using the address locator button.  Maps can also be printed.


Georgetown Utility Information

GeorgetownUtilityInfo_IconGeoGuide: Georgetown Utility Information
allows users to view utility infrastructure and service areas. This map displays the location of water and wastewater lines in the city of Georgetown, and includes their respective diameters. The map also includes electric and water service providers within the city limits and adjacent areas.


Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zones

EdwardsAquiferRecharge_IconGeoGuide: Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zones
allows users to view contributing, transition and recharge zones of the Edwards Aquifer in Williamson County.


Georgetown Fire Service Areas

GeorgetownFireServiceAreas_IconGeoGuide: Georgetown Fire Service Areas
allows users to view fire stations, and their respective service areas within the city of Georgetown. This map also includes fire hydrants within Williamson County.


FEMA Flood Zones

FEMA_FloodZones_IconGeoGuide: FEMA Flood Zones
allows users to view the spatial extent of FEMA Flood Zones within Williamson County. Included in the map are zones A, AE, and a .2% annual chance of flooding. Areas that are not shaded are in FEMA Zone “X”, which is considered a low-to-moderate risk zone.


Georgetown Planning Map

PlanningMap_IconGeoGuide: Georgetown Planning Map
allows users to view GIS layers related to Planning and Development. Included in this map are zoning, zoning overlays, parcels, address points, future land use, extraterritorial jurisdiction, city limits, as well as water and wastewater lines. Some layers such as address points and water/wastewater lines only become visible when zoomed in.


Historic Resources Survey Map

HistoricalResourcesSurvey_IconGeoGuide: Historic Resources Survey Map
allows users to view the location and priority designation of historic resources within the City of Georgetown, courtesy of the Texas Historical Commission. Also included in the map are national register historic districts, cemeteries, and historical markers within the City.


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