Williamson County Resources

Williamson County Resources

Georgetown serves as the county seat for Williamson County. Located just north of Austin, Williamson county is one of the fastest growing counties in the nation. Due to Georgetown’s central location within the county, you’ll find many services conveniently located, including the Drivers License Office, Registration & Titling and the Tax Assessor’s Office. Below, you’ll find information about several county services that will be especially helpful for new residents.

Voting

Click here to get the most current information on voting in Williamson County, including voting registration, early voting schedules, sample ballots and polling locations.

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Driver License Services: TxDOT

Click here or visit the Williamson County Driver’s License Office (1070 Westinghouse Rd, Georgetown, TX 78626) to learn more about the range of services available, including driver’s licenses, ID cards, commercial licenses and more.

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Property Tax

For information on the collection of property taxes for Williamson County, including how to calculate taxes, estimates for the upcoming year, payment schedules and more, click here.

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Motor Vehicle

Click here to find information about DMV services such as vehicle registration, titles and vehicle inspections. You can also visit the office in Georgetown at 904 S. Main St, Georgetown, TX 78626.

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Recreation

Williamson County Parks and Recreation oversees seven parks and trails in and around Georgetown. Click here to learn more about park passes, fees, sports fields, campsites and more.

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City Resources

City Resources

The City of Georgetown is here to take care of all its residents, both the old and the newly relocated. With an award winning public library, a nationally recognized public utility and a vibrant business climate, you’ll always feel supported in our community. Below, find information on city services, government facilities and community resources you’ll want to know about as you make your move.

Fire Station Locations

The Georgetown Fire Department has seven fire stations and a fleet of vehicles ready to respond at a moment’s notice to any emergencies in our community. Find their locations here.

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Library

Our award winning public library is more than just a place to check out books. It serves as a central hub for the Georgetown community to enjoy programs for kids, teens and adults. Apply for your library card and check out the calendar for upcoming events.

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All City Facilities

As you settle into Georgetown, we wanted to help you learn the lay of the land. Below, you’ll find information about our city facilities, including an interactive map.

City Hall

808 Martin Luther King Jr St., Georgetown TX 78626

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Municipal Court

510 W. Ninth St. Georgetown, TX 78626

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Police Department

3500 D B Wood Rd., Georgetown, TX 78628

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Parks & Recreation

1101 N College St, Georgetown, TX 78626

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Interactive Map

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Additional Resources

WilCo Life (Magazine)

Brought to you by the Williamson County Association of Realtors, WCLife is your guide to becoming a true local. Thumb through the free magazine here.

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Chamber Directory

Looking for information on a particular business? Georgetown’s Chamber of Commerce is the second largest Chamber in Central Texas. Use the directory to learn more about our local businesses.

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Chamber of Commerce

1 Chamber Way, Georgetown, TX 78626

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City of Georgetown City Services Guide

The City of Georgetown is responsible for fulfilling a lot of needs in our community. To help you (and us) keep it all straight, we’ve put together a convenient guide. Download your free copy here.

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Georgetown Utilities

Georgetown Utility Systems provides water, electricity and waste disposal management for the entire community. Learn more about the services provided as well as rates, conservation programs and permitting.

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HelloGeorgetown

HelloGeorgetown.com is your source for the latest news and happenings of Georgetown. Explore the business directory, see what’s coming to our community in the near future and keep your thumb on the pulse of Georgetown.

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Best of Georgetown

Discover the best that Georgetown has to offer in a variety of categories, spanning restaurants, salons, doctors, venues and other businesses.

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Development Pipeline Map

It’s one thing to know Georgetow is rapidly growing, but it’s entirely different to see it mapped out. See how our community is developing right now and in the coming years.

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Leisure & Recreation

Leisure & Recreation

With temperate weather all year round and beautiful views everywhere you look, Georgetown encourages its residents to get out and enjoy all that Central Texas has to offer. Whether you’re cooling off in the pool, going for a relaxing hike, working on your golf game or looking for some more organized fun, you’ll never be bored in Georgetown.

Swimming Pools

Georgetown Parks and Recreation operates one indoor and four outdoor swimming pools, along with four splash pads, offering plenty of ways for the whole family to cool off year round.

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Recreation Center

The Georgetown Recreation Center offers everyone a way to get active and unwind. In this 65,000 square foot facility, enjoy an indoor pool, walking track, training rooms, gymnasiums, racquetball courts, a Kids’ Club and the Teen/Senior Center.

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City Parks

Georgetown Parks and Recreation maintains more than 40 parks, nearly 18 miles of hike and bike trails and three disc golf courses. Learn more about each of our city parks and the amenities of each location.

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City Park Trails

With more than ten miles of trails throughout the community and an additional seven miles of shared-use and equestrian trails at Garey Park, you can walk, run, hike, bike or ride your horse all over Georgetown.

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Youth Sports

In the Georgetown community, children have several opportunities to participate in youth athletics programs. These programs are designed to encourage teamwork, teach sportsmanship, build confidence and of course, let kids have some fun doing something they love.

Parks & Recreation

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Youth Football and Cheer

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Youth Baseball

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Youth Camps

Summer camps are a time-honored tradition for kids, and Georgetown has a wide range of options right in your backyard. From coding to comic book creation to extreme LEGO making, your children are sure to find a program they love. Below, we’ve highlighted a few of our favorites, and be sure to check out HelloGeorgetown’s list of summer camps for even more options.

Arts Avenue

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Georgetown Rec Center

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Kid City Summer Camp

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Equestrian

Georgetown wants to be a place the whole family can call home, and that includes your horse. In addition to the equestrian arena and horseback riding trails at Garey Park, you can also find several other facilities in and around Georgetown below.

Brookstone Farm

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Calli’s Equestrian Center

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Towns Mill Equestrian

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Golf Courses

As home to the foremost active retirement community in Central Texas, Sun City, you can rest assured Georgetown loves to golf, and we have several beautiful courses to choose from. Below learn more about where you can go come tee time.

Berry Creek Country Club

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Cen-Tex Mini Golf

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Cimarron Hills Golf Club

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Georgetown Country Club

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Sun City Golf Courses

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Adult Sport Leagues

Playing sports shouldn’t just be for kids. In Georgetown, adults can get in on the fun, too. Check out the adult sports leagues available in Georgetown and surrounding communities.

Adult Athletics

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Round Rock Adult Leagues

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YMCA Adult Sports

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Quality of Life

Quality of Life

Loving where you live is about so much more than the home purchase or job decision. It’s about the community that surrounds you, and Georgetown’s is thriving. 98% of Georgetown residents feel the quality of life is either good or excellent, and with the variety of events, attractions, and things to do, it’s easy to see why. Below, learn more about shopping and retail, community events, premier local dining, and much more.

Shopping

Whether you’re scouring stores for that extra special gift or indulging in a day of antiquing, Georgetown is a destination for retail. Enjoy a variety of boutiques, department stores and other specialty shops both on and off the historic downtown square.

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Attractions

From sipping wine while strolling around the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas to enjoying the beautiful walking trails along the San Gabriel River, Georgetown is full of things to do indoors and outdoors. Learn more about the bustling nightlife scene, historic attractions, parks, and much more!

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Live Music & Festivals: Calendar

No matter the season, there’s always something going on in Georgetown. Follow the events calendar to stay up to date on live music events, vendor markets and much more!

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Live Music & Festivals: Special Events

Throughout the year, Georgetown hosts a number of special events such as farmers markets, car shows and several other festivals jam-packed with activities for the whole family. Check out what we have to offer! Maybe we’ll see you at one of these events soon.

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Dining

Nothing puts the cherry on top of a beautiful, vivacious city like delicious cuisine. Whether you’re craving mouthwatering BBQ, tasty Asian, exquisite fine dining or zesty Mexican, Georgetown’s many restaurants will surely satisfy your taste buds. Start planning your next night out or Sunday brunch now.

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Breweries & Wineries

Are you into Porters? Pale ales? Stouts? Or, maybe you prefer a nice glass of merlot or chardonnay on a Friday night? Whatever your palate, one of Georgetown’s award winning breweries and wineries will become your new favorite place to hang out. Stop by and have a taste!

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Parks & Recreation

We may have the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas, but the beauty and enjoyment doesn’t end there. Discover all the things to do in and around Georgetown; hop on your bike, cool off in the water, horse around at the park and even explore cavernous worlds.

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Arts & Art Education

Arts & Art Education

As a result of Georgetown’s explosive growth, our cultural arts sector has really taken off, bringing the architecture and cultural history of our area to life through exhibits, events and other arts experiences for the whole family. Check out our public art attractions, local galleries, children’s arts programming and other opportunities to cultivate your inner artist.

Arts Calendar

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Arts & Culture

Georgetown is home to a flourishing arts and culture district with a regular rotation of plays, concerts, exhibits, artist receptions and more. Below, learn more about our annual sculpture tour, local galleries and arts organizations, the community theater, public art and other cultural attractions. As you take a look at all our city has to offer, you’ll quickly realize there’s a whole lot more going on in Georgetown than you first thought.

Sculpture Tour

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Galleries & Businesses

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Georgetown Art Center

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Palace Theater

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Public Art

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Downtown Georgetown Cultural District

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Arts Education

Year-Round Children’s Programming

Georgetown’s vibrant arts scene isn’t just for adults. There are plenty of opportunities for kids to enjoy the artistic pursuits of their choosing, whether it be studio art, dance or theatre. Below, we’ve shared just a few programs that will allow children to not only express themselves, but to do it with friends!

Camp Goodwater

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Cordovan Art Classes

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Palace Theater Programs

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YMCA Youth Programs

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Summer Camps & Classes

The summer months can be challenging for school-aged children, but luckily, Georgetown offers several camps that will allow kids of all ages to express their artistic talents. Here are a few of our favorites!

Arts Avenue

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Cordovan Art Camps

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Palace Theater Camps

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Healthcare

Healthcare

Georgetown residents are fortunate to have three award-winning medical facilities in the immediate vicinity. St. David’s Hospital, Baylor Scott & White Clinic and Ascension Seton are well known for their excellent patient care and experienced medical staff. When you move to the area, you can do so knowing you’ll be in great hands no matter what life should throw at you. Below, find more information about your healthcare options in Georgetown and surrounding areas.

Ascension Seton

Ascension Seton Williamson Hospital is a critical care hospital and destination for specialty care, including heart and vascular health, orthopedics, women’s health and maternity services.

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Baylor Scott & White Clinic

Baylor Scott & White’s Georgetown Central location provides preventive care, primary care and urgent medical care to communities in and around Georgetown.

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Georgetown Behavioral Health

Georgetown Behavioral Health Institute (GBHI) is a state-of-the-art, 118-bed acute care psychiatric hospital that provides comprehensive behavioral health services to adults, teens, children and seniors.

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Lone Star Circle of Care

Lone Star Circle of Care (LSCC) is a nonprofit community health center operating healthcare clinics throughout central Texas and headquartered right here in Georgetown. Find a range of services such as vision, pediatrics, senior health, dental and behavioral health.

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Rock Springs

Rock Springs is a Georgetown-based behavioral health hospital offering inpatient and outpatient programming for those facing mental health and addiction challenges.

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St. David’s Hospital

St. David’s Georgetown Hospital is an award-winning medical center right in our own backyard. In fact, it was named among the nation’s 100 Top Hospitals® by Truven Health Analytics.

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More Details, Chamber Directory

Looking for a specific healthcare service? A good place to start your search is with the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce Business Directory.

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Education (Schools)

Education (Schools)

Education and schools are important considerations for any family thinking about relocating. That’s why we’ve put together a guide of Georgetown’s pre-K, elementary, middle, high and postsecondary schools. Explore the many options for your family’s education.

Southwestern University

Georgetown is home to Southwestern University, a highly rated private university.

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Georgetown Independent School District

Georgetown ISD serves nearly 12,000 students at ten elementary schools, four middle schools, three high schools and two alternative campuses.

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Education Map

Georgetown is home to a variety of different educational opportunities. View the Education Map to learn more about pre-kindergarten schools, private schools, charter schools, public schools and post-secondary schools in and around the city.

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Economy & Population

Economy & Population

Georgetown has a strong business climate fueled by healthy sales tax revenues, a skilled and growing workforce, a diversified economy and a well developed transportation system. The infrastructure, amenities, economy and of course, quality of life have made Georgetown desirable by employers and employees alike. Are you ready to call Georgetown
home? Check out more information on our economy, demographics and infrastructure.

Demographics & Workforce

Discover all you need to know about your fellow Georgetownians: population, income, housing, demographics and more.

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Targeted Industries & Major Employers

Georgetown’s diverse economy is a key strength and includes major employers in advanced manufacturing, life sciences, professional services and retail industries. With employment growing faster in Georgetown than the surrounding labor shed and the Austin metro area, you may just find your next job opportunity here.

Major Employers

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Targeted Industries

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Transportation & Connectivity

Transportation & Connectivity

With plans to further invest in our transportation, utilities and other amenities, learn how Georgetown is growing with its residents.

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Relocation Guide

Relocation Guide

If you’re considering making the move to Georgetown, now is the perfect time to do it. Sporting a booming economy, a lively arts and culture scene, lots of new construction and award winning public services, Georgetown is the hidden gem of Williamson County. Our city combines the history of a quaint small Texas town with easy access to the hustle and bustle of Downtown Austin.

To help new residents get acquainted with our beautiful city, Georgetown’s Economic Development Department has compiled a guide of helpful resources and information for you. Learn more about our economic climate, check out area schools, familiarize yourself with the healthcare system, start planning your next date night, and make sure you’re making time for yourself to get out and enjoy the beauty of Central Texas. Along the way, you’ll discover all the reasons Georgetown is one of the fastest growing and most desirable places to live in the country.