Georgetown officials, residents working on a future land-use plan to help guide area development decisions
Georgetown’s 2030 future land-use plan, or FLUP, is being updated for the first time since 2008.
The county received a AAA bond rating.
Current plans for the development include space for retail, restaurants, office space, a hotel, a movie theater and up to 2,400 residential units.
The development will include restaurant, retail and office space.
After more than 2,000 petition signatures, the board decided not to build the additional pickleball courts.
Even as Central Texas continues to face a shortage in construction labor, Williamson County and Georgetown ISD officials say they are confident bond projects will be completed in a timely manner.
A WoodSpring Suites plans to open in Georgetown in March.
Progress on the $5 million parking structure at Main and Sixth streets continues.
Apple breaks ground on $1 billion, 3 million-square-foot campus in Northwest Austin; expects to open facility in 2022
Apple announces construction begins on $1 billion, 3 million-square-foot campus in Northwest Austin
As businesses begin to open, city and developers address traffic impact along Hwy. 29 and I-35
Georgetown officials continue to plan for the future with a drafted plan of how city land might be used moving forward.
Seven area chambers of commerce pledged support Oct. 22 for the proposed $447 million Williamson County roads and parks bond in front of the Williamson County Courthouse.
The new Wolf Lakes Village development was set to break ground in 2019, but that will likely not be the case, said Michaela Dollar, economic development director for the city of Georgetown.
Correction: Parkside on the River includes 1,148 acres located between SH 29 and RM
This story has been revised. A representative of the owner retracted to an earlier statement in the story that stated the housing would be affordable. The price point for the project has not been released.
The city of Georgetown is seeking resident input on a new public downtown Georgetown parking garage, according to a news release.
Trendmaker homes celebrated its grand opening in the Rancho Sienna development Sept. 14. Rancho Sienna is a 500-acre master-planned community that will offer three- to five-bedroom homes with eight different floor plans. Home prices will start from the high $290s. The development is located at 305 Rancho Sienna Loop, Georgetown. 512-256-6688. https://trendmakerhomes.com/community/rancho-sienna/
An initial draft of a Bicycle Master Plan for Georgetown was presented to Georgetown City Council during a workshop session Sept. 24.
The Sonterra development, just north of Georgetown in Jarrell, was ranked the No. 9 top-selling subdivision in the United States by RCLCO Real Estate Advisors.
The city of Georgetown celebrated the completion of the first phase of the Rivery Boulevard road project and the groundbreaking of Northwest Boulevard extension project Sept. 13.
Williamson County voters will decide in November if the county will move forward with a $447 million roads and parks bond package, the largest the county has called in the last 20 years, according to county data.
Williamson County commissioners called a $447 million roads and parks bond election Aug. 6.
An addition to Ford Elementary School will add the capacity for 150 more students.
Atlas Senior Living plans to open one of two of its first retirement communities in Texas in Georgetown. The other Texas community will be built in New Braunfels.