In May, installation of two new pumps at Lake Stillhouse Hollow was completed just in time to meet the high water demand of summer. The additional pumps make a total of four pumps available to move water from Lake Stillhouse Hollow to Lake Georgetown.
By Shannon McIntire Email has become an indispensable part of today’s work environment. At the same time, it can also be an overwhelming source of frustration as inboxes become more and more crowded. Writing effective […]
Linda Gunther with family and friend: (from left) Barbara Pennington; Linda’s daughter Jill McCune and her husband TerryLinda Gunther, benefits manager with Human Resources, retired on June 30 after 32 years with the City of […]
The Parks and Recreation Department has hired Wade Crimbing (left), Senior Ranger, and Reshard Durdley, Park Ranger, to fill two new Park Ranger positions for the Department. The pair assumed their duties on June 27, 2011. […]
On April 18, 2011, the Planning and Community Development Department merged with the Development Services Offices to create the new department of Planning and Development Services (PDS). PDS is responsible for comprehensive long range planning, […]
Providing water for residents, industry and fire protection is one of the most important responsibilities of City government. Water utilities are regulated by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), which strives to ensure clean, […]
By Patty Da Silva and Gabrielle Blair Do you have to answer a lot of calls? Here are a few tips from personal experience that we would like to share with you. Try to answer […]