The City’s current watering schedule includes a three-day-per-week maximum.
For irrigation systems and hose-end sprinklers, landscape irrigation will be limited to a schedule based on the last digit of your address number:
• No Irrigation allowed on Mondays
• Odd addresses may irrigate on Tuesday, Thursday and/or Saturday
• Even addresses may irrigate on Wednesday, Friday, and/or Sunday
Watering with a handheld hose or bucket can be done any day, as well as other outdoor uses such as washing a vehicle or filling a swimming pool.
Violations of the of the above irrigation schedule may result in fines.
GPD Free Self-defense
The Georgetown Police Department will host a free self-defense class June 10.
The class will be 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Public Safety Operations and Training Center, located at 3500 D.B. Wood Road, and will be instructed by GPD and the Williamson County Sheriff’s Department. All instructors are certified.
During the hands-on class, attendees will learn striking techniques as well as ground and choke defense.
The class is open to women ages 16-55. Because of a limited class size interested individuals must register at pdtraining.georgetown.org/non-tcole.
For more information, contact Officer Shane Rogers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GHS Band/Guard Reunion
In honor of GISD’s 100-year anniversary, the GHS Band is trying to reach as many alumni as possible. All GHS Band/Guard alumni are invited to attend an event with the current band during Friday’s game on September 29 and a Saturday luncheon and social. Alumni who donate for a commemorative shirt will join the band on the field at halftime. Details and registration form will be announced soon under alumni tab http://www.georgetowneagleband.org/gb/ . Update your contact information by sending an email to email@example.com and join the new Facebook page GHS Eagle Band Alum.
June 6 Airport Master Plan workshop
The City is currently conducting an update of the Master Plan for the Georgetown Municipal Airport and will host a public workshop for public input.
The meeting will be from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Georgetown Communications and Technology Building, 510 W. Ninth St. There will be a brief presentation at 5:45 p.m.
There also is a Planning Advisory Committee meeting from 2 to 4 p.m. on June 6 in the same location that is open to the public to observe proceedings.
The Master Plan update will provide a blueprint for future operations and development of the Airport in our growing city.
For more information about the update, visit airport.georgetown.org.
Annie Purl Souvenir Bricks
With the closing of the old Annie Purl Elementary and the opening of the new campus in the fall of 2018, GISD is making available souvenir bricks from the original building.
Bricks will be available on a first-come, first-served basis beginning the 3rd week of June until all bricks have been claimed.
Bricks can be picked up in the grassy area off Laurel Street and there is no limit on the number of bricks you can take home. Make sure to pick up your piece of GISD history today!
Some information about The Caring Place “Second Helping” was incorrect in our JUNE 1th issue. The employees’ were given a preview and tour of the store prior to opening. Currently, the store does not have plans to open the second floor of the building for shopping. Donations to The Caring Place provide support for local programs; they are not distributed directly to clients.