The lawn surrounding the Williamson County Courthouse at 710 S. Main St., Georgetown, will be closed until early July for a sod rehabilitation and grass recovery project, according to county officials.

Following the filming of the HBO series "Love & Death" in and around county facilities in late February and early March, HBO paid $4,000 toward the resodding costs, according to county Public Affairs Manager Connie Odom.

The county's costs associated with the project include $3,100 for topdressing treatment and $3,300 for the rental fence, Odom said in an email.

In a Facebook post June 13, the county said the fence is up to deter foot traffic and allow the grass to recover from recent events.