Connected: A Guide to Georgetown in 2017-18


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Local projects

3 Things to know

About major projects to address local mobility issues

1. Williams Drive corridor plan

In July, Georgetown City Council approved the final draft of the Williams Drive Corridor Study following an 18-month-long planning process organized by the city and the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization

The comprehensive study explored how to alleviate congestion in the Williams corridor with a broad focus that included recommendations related to multimodal transportation, land use, economic development, housing and the environment.

The final plan recommends Georgetown focus within the next four years on improving traffic congestion, circulation and operations within the Williams corridor from Austin Avenue to Jim Hogg Road.

The study’s final version also recommends that initial improvements address bicycle and pedestrian upgrades, aesthetic enhancements and improved land-use planning to bolster economic development.

Proposed projects will require approval from City Council before work begins.

2. GoGeo bus service
Georgetown’s first fixed-route public transit system launched Aug. 21 with four bus routes running weekdays and Saturdays. The system’s funding includes a combination of federal money through Capital Metro, local money from the city budget’s general operating fund and a grant from the Georgetown Health Foundation. GoGeo’s annual operation is expected to cost about $757,000, according to the city.

All GoGeo routes will meet at a central stop at Georgetown Public Library, located at 402 W. Eighth St. Planners designed the routes to allow buses to complete round trips within 25 minutes.

GoGeo bus service is operated by the Capital Area Rural Transportation System, also known as CARTS. In addition to GoGeo, CARTS also operates a Red Line interurban bus route that will stop at the Georgetown library and offer service into Round Rock and Austin.

3. MoKan corridor study
The 28-mile MoKan corridor stretches east of I-35 from just south of Hwy. 29 in Georgetown to east of downtown Austin.

The Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization transportation policy board approved $2 million in funding in 2017 for Round Rock to begin a study of transportation options along  its portion of the abandoned rail corridor.

Round Rock officials pushed to have the MoKan corridor study because of its proximity to the planned location of the extension of Kenney Fort Boulevard.

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Georgetown ISD

After Georgetown ISD voters approved a $160.6 million bond referendum in November 2015, the district enters its 2017-18 school year with several school sites in stages of construction or renovation. Those sites include Wagner Middle School, which is expected to open in late fall 2017. Wagner classes will be held in the former Williams Elementary School until then. District officials plan to turn the former elementary school campus into a leadership and learning center for GISD administrators.

603 Lakeway Drive, Georgetown
Superintendent: Fred Brent
Assessment test scores for the distrtict are available online at

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Real Estate

Where Georgetown is growing: Residential communities

With more people moving to the area every day, residential development is increasing. This guide to new communities is designed to help you find new homes in the area that are currently under construction.

1. Cimarron Hills
Lots: 319, anticipated 606 at build-out
Sales price: $300,000s-mid-$700,000s
Square footage: 1,400-7,097
Builders: Dream Finders Homes, Drees Custom Homes, GH Reserve, Sitterle Homes
Liberty Hill ISD

2. Deer Haven
Lots: 70
Sales price: $414,900-$519,900
Square footage: 2,237-4,724
Builder: Drees Custom Homes
Georgetown ISD

3. The Gardens at Verde Vista
Lots: 149
Sales price: $300,000s-high $400,000s
Square footage: 1,600-2,806
Builder: Spicewood Communities Builders
Georgetown ISD

4. La Conterra
Lots: 500
Sales price: $230,000s-mid-$280,000s
Square footage: 1,792-3,475
Builder: KB Home
Georgetown ISD

5. Lakeside
Lots: 300
Sales price: from the $310,000s
Square footage: 2,310-4,016
Builders: Coventry Homes, Gehan Homes, Wilshire Homes, Perry Homes
Georgetown ISD

6. Morningstar Ranch
Lots: 294
Sales price: $230,000s-$400,000s
Square footage: 1,471-3,528
Builders: KB Home, Steve Klein Custom Builder, Westin Homes, Meritage Homes, Vintage Estate Homes
Liberty Hill ISD

7. Oaks at San Gabriel
Lots: 843
Sales price: $280,000s-$440,000s
Square footage: 1,596-3,899
Builders: Ashton Woods, Brohn Homes, Highland Homes, Scott Felder Homes
Georgetown ISD

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8. Old Mill Crossing
Lots: 99
Sales price: $210,000-$235,000
Square footage: 1,459-1,716
Builder: Grand Endeavor Homes
Georgetown ISD

9. Rancho Sienna
Lots: about 1,500 at build-out
Sales price: $215,000-$489,000
Square footage: 1,417-3,918
Builders: CalAtlantic Homes, Castlerock Communities, D.R. Horton, Chesmar Homes, Perry Homes, Emerald Homes, Pulte Homes, Sittlerle Homes, Trendmaker Homes
Liberty Hill ISD

10. Saddlecreek
Lots: 830, anticipated 1,220 at build-out
Sales price: $239,990-$294,990
Square footage: 1,610-2,793
Builders: Century Communities, Pacesetter Homes
Georgetown ISD

11. Teravista
Lots: 1,200 in Georgetown
Sales price: from the $300,000s
Square footage: 1,600-3,000
Builders: CalAtlantic Homes, Centerra, Chesmar, D.R. Horton, Lennar, Partners in Building, Perry Homes, Village Builders, Wes Peoples Homes, Westin Homes
Georgetown ISD

12. Water Oak at San Gabriel
Lots: 218, anticipated 2,900 at build-out
Sales price: $299,900-$449,000
Square footage: 1,800-4,400
Builders: Brookfield Residential, Chesmar Homes,  Sitterle Homes, Wilshire Homes
Georgetown ISD

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13. Wolf Ranch
Lots: 209
Sales price: $300,000s-mid-$500,000s
Square footage: 1,822-4,373
Builders: Coventry Homes, David Weekley Homes, Drees Custom Homes, M/I Homes, Wilshire Homes
Georgetown ISD

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