The city of Georgetown is hosting a Gather Round Georgetown event Aug. 3 to give community members the opportunity to offer feedback about local transportation and development projects.

What’s happening?

The event will take place at Georgetown City Hall from 6-8 p.m.

During the event, city leadership, staff and project managers will be available to take feedback and answer questions. Feedback gathered during the event will be used to help inform decisions about the future of Georgetown land use, transportation and downtown. There will also be food trucks on-site.

The specifics

During the event, attendees will learn about several projects, including:Feedback will also be provided on these projects:
  • Downtown Master Plan
  • Future Mobility Plan and Sidewalk Master Plan
  • Mobility Bond Projects
  • Hwy. 29
  • Rockride Lane
  • FM 971
  • SE Inner Loop
  • Unified Development Code update
Quote of note

“The project expo is a collaborative effort between the city and our residents,” City Manager David Morgan said in a release. “We want to work hand-in-hand with everyone in the community to create a Georgetown that meets the needs and aspirations of all of our residents.”