View the last 24-hours at the new City Hall and Municipal Court project.
Demolition was complete at the old library building (shown above) on Feb. 9, 2018. Most of the exterior walls, ceiling trusses, roof decking, and a complete slab remain. The majority of the limestone face and some windows also remain. As of Feb. 16, 2018, the first phase of demolition for
The City of Georgetown broke ground Nov. 28 to start the renovation of two City buildings that will be part of a civic campus for City government offices. Known as Downtown West, the new civic campus will include a City Hall and Council Chamber and Municipal Court Building as well
On Tuesday, March 22, Eric Johnson, CIP Manager for the City of Georgetown, presented building schematics for the renovation of existing City buildings, a project known as Downtown West. Relationship of Building Complex City Hall Municipal Court / City Council Chambers Building Options
R-K Traffic Engineering completed a Traffic Analysis (.pdf version click here) for the adjacent roadways 8th Street and West Street to the proposed Georgetown Civic Center (Downtown West) in Georgetown, Texas. Project Description The project consists of determining ADT for the development and distributing the estimated traffic through 8th Street
The City of Georgetown, Texas has approved a plan to consolidate all City administrative offices and the Municipal Court into a unified campus setting in the “Georgetown West” area of downtown. The goal of this Parking Impact Analysis is to zero in on the specific impact that the proposed developments
Contact for this Project
For questions about this project, please contact Eric Johnson, CIP Manager, (512) 819-3145, firstname.lastname@example.org.