Georgetown will replace cameras citywide after the City Council approved the purchase of the new equipment at a Jan. 23 meeting.

In a nutshell

The city will purchase and install 37 cameras and 16 additional licenses that are required from Convergint Technologies—the city’s video surveillance, security and access control provider, according to city documents.

The new cameras will replace existing cameras and provide better coverage throughout the city, according to the city.

The cost

The total cost of the citywide camera replacement purchase is $58,777, according to city documents.