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Local single-family rental home market booming

The Georgetown Planning Department has prior- itized diversifying the mix of residential and non- residential real estate in the city, ultimately striving for more mixed-use and high-density developments under the city’s 2030 Comprehensive Plan, which includes details on how the city’s land will be devel- oped in the future. One factor driving the city’s future land-use map is that Georgetown’s population is expected to exceed 100,000 by 2030—growing 44.4% since 2022—accord- ing to the plan and data from the U.S. Census Bureau. CONTINUED ON 30 Georgetown looks to expand its urban and high-density footprint BY HUNTER TERRELL Georgetown’s 2030 Comprehensive Plan is meant to act as a long-term guide for city planners. The plan outlines how the city’s population and stock of residential real estate will grow in the next few years. GEORGETOWN’S FUTURE

Legacy is a single-family rental community in Pugerville. More than a dozen new single- family rental communities are coming to Williamson County by 2025. (Brian Rash/Community Impact Newspaper) 2,640 The approximate number of new rental homes coming to the area by 2025 through single-family rental communities

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In the Round Rock, Pugerville and Hutto area, there is only one active single-family rental com- munity called Legacy, which contains 83 homes available for rent. However, there are more than a dozen sin- gle-family rental communities in some stage of development throughout Williamson County, including Leander and Georgetown. “Overall, it provides another housing option for people,” said Brad Wiseman, director of planning CONTINUED ON 28

During roughly the next two years, the market for rental homes in Williamson County will increase substantially due in large part to abundant growth in one area: the single-family rental community. Separate from rental homes owned by individu- als who act as landlords, single-family rental com- munities are essentially subdivisions of houses typically owned by one entity or company. Addi- tionally, all or most of the homes in the community are for rent, not for sale.

Population projection by 2030: 110,064 Single-family homes*: +5,528 Multifamily units*: +4,175

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SOURCE: CITY OF GEORGETOWNCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER *THESE NUMBERS REPRESENT THE APPROVED AND SUBMITTED HOMES AND APARTMENT UNITS FROM 202022. THIS IS NOT AN INCLUSIVE OR FINAL NUMBER.

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ANNIVERSARIES 9 Happy Camper Boat & RV Storage celebrated its five-year anniversary in April. Happy Camper, located at 4233 CR 110, Georgetown, stores open-air boats, trailers, RVs and other vehicles. 512-986-3153. www.txhappycamper.com 10 Fresh Donuts reached its five-year anniversary in May. The shop, locat- ed at 603 University Ave., Ste. 101, Georgetown, in the University Commons shopping center, makes and serves a va- riety of doughnuts, kolaches and drinks. 512-688-5486 11 DoubleDave’s Pizzaworks marked its five-year anniversary in late May at 610 N. Austin Ave., Ste. 106, Georgetown. DoubleDave’s is known for its Pepperoni rolls and carries a menu featuring spe- cialty pizzas and a daily lunch buffet. The

restaurant also serves craft beer and wine. 512-864-3283. www.doubledaves.com NEW MANAGEMENT 12 Texas Traditions Roofing , a com- mercial and residential roofing company, announced Michael J. Pickel as its presi- dent June 21. The locally owned company, which provides roofing services through- out Central Texas, is located at 508 Cedar Drive, Georgetown. 512-415-4590. www.texastraditionsroofing.com RENOVATIONS 13 Romeo’s Pizza is renovating its existing location at 5731 Williams Drive, Ste. 101, Georgetown. Romeo’s Pizza offers hand-crafted pies. 737-356-0500. www.romeospizza.com

COURTESY MAIN STREET MARKETPLACE WORTH THE TRIP NOW OPEN Main Street Marketplace , a shopping destination that sells products from about 23 local vendors and artisans, held its grand opening in Liberty Hill on April 29. Located in the historic Hickman Home, the business carries home decor, clothing items and food products as well as other gifts and goodies. The boutique has a man cave, front porch swing and spacious outdoor area to cater to all shoppers. Owner Stacie Kenyon said she was

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AUGUST 06 SHARE A BEER WITH A FRIEND The Georgetown Main Street Program will host the Blazin’ Beer Crawl, a self-paced walking event at which participants can taste the craft beer of participating downtown retail stores and restaurants. Snacks are provided, and many restaurants have event specials. Food trucks will be set up around the Square. Must be 21 or older to buy tickets. Tickets are limited. 3-6 p.m. $25 (general admission), $55 (VIP admission). 512-930-2027. http://mainstreet.georgetown.org 12 ENJOY A MOVIE IN THE PARK The Georgetown Parks and Recreation Department will show the movie “Encanto” at the Legacy Pavilion at San Gabriel Park as part of the Sunset Movie Series. Moviegoers are encouraged to bring a blanket or chairs and snacks. Free popcorn will be available on a rst- come, rst-served basis. Cancellation due to weather conditions will be announced by 2 p.m. the day of the event. The movie will begin around 8:30 p.m. Free. 445 E. Morrow St., Georgetown. 512-930-3595. https://parks.georgetown.org

Center. The rst hour is open to veterans and their families. The last two hours of the event will be open to the public. 3-6 p.m. Free. 445 E. Morrow St., Georgetown. https://georgetownchamber.org 23 MEET AN AUTHOR Lark & Owl Booksellers will host Texas native and author Katherine Center at First Presbyterian Church for a signing and reading of her new book, “The Bodyguard.” Center is known for her witty romantic comedies, including “How to Walk Away” and “Things You Save in a Fire.” Ticket price includes a hardback copy of the book. 7 p.m. $31. 703 S. Church St., Georgetown. 512-688-5582. www.facebook.com/ larkandowlbooksellers/events 27 ENJOY LUNCH WITH LOCAL ENTREPRENEURS Attend a lunch-and-learn development seminar hosted by the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce. Richard Brauer with Leader Dogs for the Blind will speak about leadership. 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. $10 (member, virtual), $15 (guest, virtual), $20 (member preregistration, in-person), $30 (guest, in-person). 1 Chamber Way, Georgetown. 512-930-3535. https://georgetownchamber.org

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‘KANSAS CYCLONE’ The Georgetown Palace Theatre will showcase the “Wizard of Oz.” This lively adaptation of L. Frank Baum’s classic novel features all the songs and moments from the 1939 classic lm brought to life onstage. Shows will be held Friday- Sunday. Times vary. $33 (seniors, military, students); $36 (adults). 810 S. Austin Ave., Georgetown. 512-869-7469. www.georgetownpalace.com 17 DANCE AND SING ALONG TO LIVE MUSIC Singer-Songwriter Rick Furst will perform at the Georgetown Public Library. The concert is open to the public, but registration is required as seating is limited to 120 attendees. 2 p.m. Free. 402 W. Eighth St., Georgetown. 512-930-3551. https://library.georgetown.org 21 FIND A NEW JOB The city of Georgetown, along with the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce, Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area and the Texas Veterans Commission, will host the Veterans Job Fair and Business Expo in the Georgetown Community

The Taylor Rodeo Association’s annual event dates back to 1950. WORTH THE TRIP July 1416 Rope a rodeo experience Events at the Taylor Annual Rodeo include the calf scramble and steer saddling as well as naming the rodeo queen and awarding scholarships. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. Free. Williamson County Expo Center, 5350 Bill Pickett Trail, Taylor 512-238-2101 www.taylorrodeo.org COURTESY TAYLOR RODEO ASSOCIATION

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TRANSPORTATION UPDATES Street repairs to begin in city BRIARWOOD

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Georgetown closes FM 971 to work on road-widening project The city of Georgetown

access to Georgetown High School. The project is part of a larger road plan to connect FM 971 to Northwest Bou- levard. Construction on the widening began when the Northwest bridge was completed in August 2021. The city paid an estimated $4.4 million to widen the section of the

road under Texas Depart- ment of Transportation management. Construc- tion was originally approved as part of a 2008 Georgetown transporta- tion bond. The larger project, including improvements east of Gann, have not been funded at the state level.

closed a portion of FM 971, also known as Weir Road, the week of June 20-23 for a project to widen it. Once completed in late July, the roadway will be four lanes and will realign FM 971 from Gann Street to North Austin Avenue, allowing for a better ow of trac and more direct

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DEVELOPMENT UPDATES

Projects underway in the Georgetown area

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COSTCO The site development plans for Costco Wholesale’s Georgetown location were rejected at the May 17 planning and zoning commission meeting. According to city documents, the plans did not meet two out of 10 criteria, including the development code’s electric and communication standards. However, disapproval is not abnormal, according to the city, which is expecting to receive resubmitted documents once corrections are made. The 160,437-square-foot warehouse and store will be located at 2201 N. I-35, near the intersection of Airport Road and Lakeway Drive. Construction is expected to start later this year. The business is expected to create more than 230 new jobs and have a net benet to the city of more than $11 million over 10 years. This will be the fth Costco in the Central Texas region. According to a representative, Costco is unable to provide information on upcoming locations outside of a three- month window. The letter of intent submitted to the city in September 2019 states that the retail warehouse will feature a 24-pump fueling facility, an attached tire center, a liquor sales area and an optical exam area. There are a total of 753 parking spots designed for the

Construction of a 300-unit apartment complex is underway in the northern region of Georgetown. Set to open in January, a year after construction on the complex began, Alta Berry Creek is being built on a 16.73-acre lot at 2201 Hwy. 195, Georgetown. In initial site plans provided to the city of Georgetown in August 2021, Atlanta-based rm Wood Partners— which owns the property—said the apartment development will consist of 14 multifamily buildings. Additionally there will be a total of 44 studios, 108 one-bedroom units, 108 two-bedroom units and 40 three- bedroom units. “The Georgetown area is thriving, and Wood Partners is thrilled to be part of fueling the growth of this city,” said Bart Barrett, managing director for Wood Partners, in a previous press release. “This community will give residents an opportunity to enjoy all that Georgetown has to oer.” The site plans prepared by Kimley- Horn included 572 parking spaces, a water-quality pond, a private detention pond and a maintenance building. Additionally, amenities at the complex include a dog park, a resort-style pool

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overall site plan. Georgetown City Council has previously approved an economic incentive agreement for the development that requires a minimum capital investment of $20 million in exchange for a 50%

and recreation. According to a leasing agent, the new apartment homes will feature Whirlpool steel appliances, wood-style plank ooring, granite countertops along with in-unit washer and dryers. Preleasing for the community will start in late 2022. Space: 16.73 acres Timeline: January 2022-January 2023

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EDUCATION BRIEFS

News from Georgetown ISD

Georgetown ISD board of trustees Meets July 18 and Aug. 15 at 7 p.m. in the Hammerlun Center for Leadership and Learning, 507 E. University Ave., Georgetown. 512-943-5000. www.georgetownisd.org MEETINGS WE COVER Harrison, GISD director of human resources, was named executive director of human resources; and GISD Director of Digital Learning Kim Garcia was named executive director of technology. MEETING HIGHLIGHTS GEORGETOWN ISD The board of trustees adopted the 2023-24 school year calendar June 20. The 2023-24 calendar has classes beginning Aug. 17, 2023, and ending May 24, 2024, and includes weeklong breaks for Thanksgiving and spring break and a two- week winter break. The district establishes the calendar a year in advance to give families time to plan. GEORGETOWN ISD The district announced it filled three open positions June 20. Alfonso Longoria, the outgoing principal at Tippit Middle School, was named East View High School Principal; Sue

Georgetown ISD adopts fiscal year 2022-23 budget GEORGETOWN ISD The board of trustees approved a $232.31 million budget for fiscal year 2022-23 during a meeting June 20. The district’s budget consists of BY HUNTER TERRELL INVESTING IN INSTRUCTION Other notable expenses include $80.85 million for instruction, $15.25 million for maintenance and $8.29 million for school leadership. Funding for salaries includes

The biggest expense in Georgetown ISD’s fiscal year 2022-23 budget is instruction at $80.85 million. Additionally, the district is planning to spend 11.75% more on instruction in 2022-23 over the $72.35 million spent in 2021-22.

recommended adjustments from the Texas Association of School Boards and an average 5.1% raise for all teachers. Additionally, the board is con- sidering adjusting its tax rate to $1.2136 per $100 valuation, a $0.0174 decrease over the current year’s rate. The board is expected to vote on the tax rate in August. “This has been an intricate process,” Superintendent Fred Brent said about the budget in a GISD newsletter. “Like most, we are facing increased costs for all of the prod- ucts and services we provide. While property taxes are going up, the new revenue generated goes back to the state. Meanwhile, we remain committed to increasing pay for staff and doing what’s best for kids, and the board’s actions reflect that.”

$182.79 million for the general fund, $6.56 million for the food service fund and $42.96 million for the debt service fund. The budget for FY 2022-23 accounts for an estimated 8% student enrollment growth and 93.6% daily attendance rate. GISD’s net revenue for the general fund, after making $44.5 million in recapture payments to the state, is expected to be $128.38 million. This is a $20 million increase from the amount GISD paid in recapture in 2021-22. Property-rich districts pay into recapture, a state fund that is distributed to other districts so that schools receive roughly the same amount per child. Recapture is one of the district’s largest expenses in the general fund.

Instruction expenses: $80.85 million Other general fund expenses: $101.94 million

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CITY & COUNTY

News from Georgetown & Williamson County

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Williamson County files suit against city of Austin over plans to convert hotel to housing for formerly homeless

Georgetown City Council Meets July 12 and 26 and Aug. 9 at 6 p.m. at 510 W. Ninth St., Georgetown • 512-930-3652 www.georgetown.org Williamson County Commissioners Court Meets July 12, 19 and 26 and Aug. 2 and 9 at 9:30 a.m. at 710 S. Main St., Georgetown • 512-943-1100 www.wilco.org MEETINGS WE COVER HIGHLIGHTS WILLIAMSON COUNTY The lawn surrounding the Williamson County Courthouse at 710 S. Main St., Georgetown, was closed from mid-June to early July for a sod rehabilitation and grass recovery project. Following the lming of the HBO series “Love & Death” in and around county facilities in late February and early March, HBO paid $4,000 toward the resodding costs. The county’s costs associated with the project total $6,400. WILLIAMSON COUNTY Commissioners approved reissuing a countywide burn ban June 21 to protect against severe drought conditions, above average heat and high winds that create wildre conditions. The ban extends for up to 90 days and can be terminated by County Judge Bill Gravell at any time. GEORGETOWN Due to limited water capacity, residents are restricted to watering one day a week until further notice. The day on which a resident can water lawns is dependent on the last digit in their street address. Addresses that end in 1 can water on Tuesdays; those ending in 2 or 6 on Wednesday; ending in 0 on Thursday; ending in 5 or 9 on Friday; ending in 4 or 8 on Saturday; and ending in 3 or 7 on Sunday. There is no watering on Monday. “IT IS JUST BEYOND COMPREHENSION TO ME THAT THE CITY OF AUSTIN WOULD BUY A HOMELESS HOTEL, SAY THEY ARE RETROFITTING IT, BUT YET DO NOTHING WITH IT, AND THEN ALLOW HOMELESS PEOPLE TO BREAK INTO IT AND USE IT.” WILLIAMSON COUNTY JUDGE BILL GRAVELL ON MAY 10 PRIOR TO THE COUNTY ANNOUNCING A LAWSUIT AGAINST AUSTIN OVER THE HOTEL

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City Council ups homestead tax exemption for 2022 If successful, the suit would stop the nonprot from creating home- less housing at the former Candle- wood Suites location in Williamson County at 10811 Pecan Park Blvd., WILLIAMSON COUNTY In the latest volley in an ongoing dispute, Williamson County has led a lawsuit seeking to prevent the city of Austin from using a former hotel as housing for people exiting homelessness. A June 17 news release from Wil- liamson County states the suit seeks a temporary restraining order and a temporary and permanent injunc- tion against a nonprot created by the city—AHFC Pecan Park PSH. Williamson County authorized funding for a special prosecutor to assist the county attorney’s oce with the lawsuit, according to the release.

Williamson County and the city of Austin have been in an ongoing dispute over the use of a former Candlewood Suites hotel as housing for people exiting homelessness. AUG. 10, 2021 Williamson County threatens legal action if Austin moves forward. AUG. 11, 2021 City of Austin purchases the former Candlewood Suites. AUG. 17, 2021 MAY 19, 2022 Austin City Council votes to negotiate a contract with Family Eldercare for conversion work at the hotel. JUNE 17, 2022

Williamson County announces a lawsuit to halt Austin from using the hotel for homeless housing.

Williamson County authorizes a lawsuit but does not le one. EARLY MAY 2022 A break-in at the property resparks debate over the city’s plans.

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Bldg. 2, Austin, in violation of restrictions for the intended use of that property. Austin purchased the former hotel on Aug. 11, 2021, against warnings

from Williamson County ocials who threatened legal action. At that time, council estimated renovating the building would cost $1.66 million.

WilCo district clerk warns of jury scam

PROVIDING RELIEF

Georgetown increased its general homestead exemption for the 2022 tax year.

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WILLIAMSON COUNTY Some residents have received scam calls, the county’s district clerk warns. In a release from the Williamson County district clerk, residents are warned to be wary of phone calls from people claiming to be a county ocial or member of law enforcement stating that they have failed to appear for jury duty and threatening arrest for failing to appear if they do not pay a certain amount of money as a ne. According to the release, those being scammed are instructed to see District Clerk Lisa Davids at the county justice center to have the warrants lifted. Connie Odom, Williamson County Public Aairs manager, said the district court has not historically had to follow up with those who are unavailable for jury duty, as it has always had enough potential jurors submit themselves. In the event jury appearances were to decline, the district clerk would follow the court’s decision on how to handle no-shows for the jury call.

BY HUNTER TERRELL

GEORGETOWN After an unprecedented jump in property values, Georgetown City Council approved increasing its home- stead tax exemption by 2%—from 3% to 5%—at a June 28 meeting. The council had to adopt the ordinance before July 1 for the increase to take place in the next scal year, according to the city. According to Georgetown Senior Finance Analyst Erika Young, the city’s housing market is valued at $12.5 billion, a 131.48% increase from 2017’s value of $5.4 billion. Young said more than 90% of homesteaded properties hit the state’s 10% maximum increase or “cap” on assessed value this year. Additionally, she said the number of exempted properties also increased, resulting in the city seeing a higher exempted value. Last year, the city had $180.5 million in exempted value. If the

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city maintained a 3% homestead exemption, this would increase to $208 million. However, with the 5% exemption, it increased to $346 million, Young said. In June 2021, Georgetown voted to increase the homestead exemption from $5,000 or 1% of the home’s value to $5,000 or 3%. To qualify for the exemption, the property must be a homeown- er’s primary residence as of Jan. 1 of the tax year.

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real estate market at a glance Much like the rest of Central Texas, the residential real estate market in Georgetown has seen a sharp increase in home prices over the last year. All ZIP codes in the area saw between a 29%-38% increase in sales price. However, the number of homes sold has decreased year over year in every ZIP code in the area. SOURCE: AUSTIN BOARD OF REALTORSCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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