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Georgetown Economic Development

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Gear Up: a Virtual Tour of Georgetown

Welcome to Georgetown

David Morgan, City Manager

At approximately 80,000 people, Georgetown is the third largest city in the Austin Metro area. In this video, City Manager David Morgan shares how Georgetown is honoring our past while innovating for the future.

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Community Profile

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About Georgetown

Michaela Dollar, Economic Development Director

Based on commute patterns, we show that Georgetown has access to over one million skilled workers. In this video, Economic Development Director Michaela Dollar explains why thriving businesses call Georgetown home.

Workforce Information

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Target Industry Information

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Incentive Information

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Development in Georgetown

Wayne Reed, Assistant City Manager

Georgetown has built a collaborative partnership with the development community by consistently providing professional, predictable, and responsive development services. Assistant City Manager Wayne Reed explains.

Georgetown’s 2030 Comprehensive Plan

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2019 Planning Annual Report

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Downtown Tour

Kim McAuliffe, Downtown Development Manager

Downtown Development Manager Kim McAuliffe shows you the heart of Georgetown and what gives us our authentic sense place throughout the community, and why we are known throughout the state as the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas.

Main Street Program

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Red Poppy Festival

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Georgetown CVB

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Quality of Life

Kimberly Garrett, Parks & Recreation Director

Georgetown is also home to five 18-hole Golf Courses, two disk-golf courses, a municipal recreation center, numerous dog parks, and Inner Space Cavern. Parks & Recreation Director Kimberly Garrett shares how Georgetown’s quality of life is rated so high.

Georgetown Parks & Recreation

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Garey Park

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Industry Testimonials

Local Businesses

Georgetown is best served by three primary industries. Linked below are resources we have developed to help you better understand how we can serve you.

Advanced Manufacturing

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Life Sciences

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Professional Services

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Potential Sites

Michaela Dollar, Economic Development Director

Georgetown is approximately 54 square miles, and only about 50 percent developed. Listed below are the properties you might consider for your organization, as well as helpful links to real-time site availability.

Georgetown 85
Longhorn Junction
Lakeway Business Park
Summit at Westinghouse
Windmill Hill
The Triangle


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Georgetown 85

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Closing Remarks

Michaela Dollar, Economic Development Director

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