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UPDATE 1/19: Water is turned on to restrooms, but still shut off at water fountains due to freezing temps. Starting Tuesday, Jan. 16, the water has been shut off at all park restrooms, water fountains and at the Cemetery until further notice, due to freezing temperatures.

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We know that finding time to exercise can be difficult when you have children. Georgetown Parks and Recreation is excited to announce that we will soon offer Kids’ Club Plus for children ages 8 to 11 years at the Georgetown Recreation Center. Kids’ Club Plus launches Monday, Jan. 8. Drop the

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The 23rd annual Cupid’s Chase is Saturday, February 3, 2018! The 5K run/walk will begin at 8:30 a.m. sharp and will be chip timed. The Kids’ Fun Run starts at 7:30 a.m. Whether you’re a serious runner or just like to walk, this race is open to all ages and abilities!

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The City and Preservation Georgetown will celebrate the reopening of Founders Park, at 814 S. Church St., and the Grace Heritage Center, 817 S. Main St., with consecutive ribbon-cutting ceremonies Dec. 13. The free events will celebrate the recent completion of renovations at the adjacent facilities. Both projects were fully

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Registration is now open for the Georgetown Parks and Recreation 2018 Spring Youth Soccer Leagues for boys and girls ages 3-15. The recreational league offers a safe and fun team sports environment, and is open to athletes of all skill levels. Children will get to experience being part of a

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The City of Georgetown was awarded a $200,000 trail grant from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in early June. This grant will help fund a nearly half-mile concrete trail expansion from San Gabriel Park along the San Gabriel River to the Katy Crossing subdivision. The project will also include

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Due to ongoing renovations to San Gabriel Park, Morrow St. may be closed periodically for drainage and road work. As part of our Parks ADA Transition program, parts of the trail will also be closed intermittently throughout the spring and summer to facilitate reconstruction. Please proceed with caution through this area and

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