UPDATE: SH 29 open again in Georgetown

After flooding rains, Lake Travis is more than 12 feet over capacity.

After flooding rains, Lake Travis is more than 12 feet over capacity.

Update: 7:43 p.m.
On Tuesday, SH 29 is now open, along with San Gabriel Park in Georgetown. Lower Park Road remains closed

Update: 3:30 p.m.

SH 29 was closed between CR 366 and SH 95 near Taylor, the Williamson County Sheriff's Department tweeted Tuesday. All traffic from Georgetown to Taylor should take Chandler Road or FM 971 through Granger.




Original post 11:50 a.m.

Over 30 locations were closed in Williamson County due to flooding as of 9:30 a.m. Tuesday morning, announced Bob Daigh, county senior director of infrastructure, during the Williamson County Commissioners Court meeting.

That number had jumped to more than 50 by 11 a.m.

Daigh said he expects more closures as the rain continues.

“This is a very dynamic situation,” Daigh said.

To get a full list of road closures, go to www.atxfloods.com

As of 11 a.m., the following roads had been closed, according to atxfloods:

Chisholm Trail Road at Brushy Creek in Round Rock
Summit Street at Brushy Creek/Memorial Park in Round Rock
Brushy Creek Road and Brushy Bend Drive
Harrell Parkway at Old Settlers Park
2400 Sumac Lane in Cedar Park
2402 Peach Tree Lane in Cedar Park
Broade Way at Brushy Creek in Leander
Ridgmar Road at Brushy Creek in Leander
Lower East Morrow Street in Georgetown
Airport Road at Pecan Branch in Georgetown
Lower Park Road at Chamber Way in Georgetown
Blue Hole Park pedestrian bridge in Georgetown
Industrial Avenue in Georgetown
Lakeway Drive at Pecan Branch in Georgetown
Blue Hole Park Road in Georgetown
FM 112 and FM 486 at 15400 FM 112
Hwy. 29 at CR 366
CR 100 at Little Mankins
CR 100 at San Gabriel River
CR 101 and CR 369
CR 105
CR 132 at Cottonwood Creek
CR 160 and CR 101
CR 177 at Brushy Creek in Leander
CR 200 at CR 236
CR 202 at CR 200
CR 204 at CR 200
CR 211
CR 220 at Berry Creek
CR 223 at CR 200
CR 257 at Hamilton Creek
CR 258 at Tejas Park
CR 302 and CR 343
CR 305 at Spears Ranch Road
CR 315 at Willis Creek
CR 322 at the 2200 block
CR 323 at the 800 block
CR 323 at the 1200 block
CR 323 at the 2200 block
CR 333 and FM 971
CR 333 at Opossum Creek
CR 337 at Hwy.29
CR 347 at Willis Creek
CR 363
CR 366
CR 382 at Willis Creek
CR 384 and CR 321
CR 398 at Mustang Creek
CR 414 at CR 424
CR 416 at Pecan Creek
CR 450 at Brushy Creek at 1100 CR 450
CR 464 at Dry Brushy Creek
CR 467 at Middle Yegua Creek
CR 471 at Dry Brushy Creek
CR 482 at Knight Branch
CR 493 at CR 361

In other business:



  • The county will be hosting a ribbon cutting and a ground breaking for two road projects next week. On Oct. 26, there will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the opening of the left turn lane at CR 200 at Bold Sundown. The ceremony will be held at CR 200 at Bold Sundown at 1:30 p.m. On Oct. 26 at 2 p.m., the county will host a ground breaking for safety improvements at the intersection of SH 29 and CR 200.

  • The court also accepted the resignation of Landy Warren, one of two county directors serving on the governing body of the Lone Star Regional Water Authority. The court voted to appoint Hollis Bone to serve in his place as of Sept. 1, 2018, to Sept. 21, 2021.

  • Only Precinct 1 Commissioner Terry Cook, Precinct 2 Commissioner Cynthia Long and Precinct 4 Commissioner Larry Madsen were present during the meeting.

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By Ali Linan

Ali Linan began covering Georgetown for Community Impact Newspaper in 2018. Her reporting focuses on education and Williamson County. Ali hails from El Paso and graduated from Syracuse University in 2017.


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