In the News

In the News

Q2 2021

Loram Technologies to build rail R&D center in Georgetown

A global rail maintenance and rail services company plans to start construction later this year in Georgetown…

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Georgetown Small Business Week

The week-long celebrations included educational workshops, held daily, designed to help business owners and managers with a variety of different topics relevant to small businesses…

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Skills Development Fund

PATHS (Pursuit of Advanced Training in High-Demand Skills) for Texas, is a statewide initiative funded by the Walmart Foundation aimed at upskilling…

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Georgetown High School Mural Collaboration in Downtown

Students at Georgetown High School plan to install a mural on the downtown building at 101 E. Seventh St. Now home to Tejas Meat Supply, the building formerly housed Georgetown Municipal Court…

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Q1 2021

NorthPark35 Breaks Ground

Titan Development Real Estate and the City of Georgetown broke ground on the first phase of the 146-acre NorthPark35 Class A industrial development at I-35 and SH 130 today…

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Artist Selected for Georgetown Animal Shelter Mural

Artist and muralist Jason Tetlak was selected to design and install the upcoming mural at the shelter…

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Hydrate opens in Downtown Georgetown

Hydrate will open a second location in Georgetown, at 711 S. Main Street later this month. When Chad Sitzmann started Hydrate in 2012, it had humble beginnings as a water store…

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Business Spotlight: KJ Scientific

KJ Scientific is a woman led company and one of the original jewels of the Texas Life Science Collaboration Center (TLCC) located in Georgetown. Headed by CEO, Karla Johanning…

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Business Climate Survey Results

Thank you to all who responded to the first Economic Development Business Climate Survey. The survey was conducted from January 14, 2021 to February 12, 2021 to gather feedback from Georgetown businesses…

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