Highly-Educated WorkforceHistoric DowntownScenic ParksShopping and EntertainmentStrong Sense of Community

Found in the scenic Texas Hill Country, Georgetown exudes a magnetic charm that is uniquely its own. Boasting a rich history, this enchanting city effortlessly melds its heritage with a modern, entrepreneurial spirit. Georgetown's prime location and exceptional business environment creates the perfect landscape for success. With lush parks and an energetic square, the city invites residents to experience its diverse offerings. For businesses seeking a distinctive opportunity in Central Texas, Georgetown promises growth, success, and a strong sense of community.

Welcome From the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas

When you consider the Georgetown, Texas demographics – a vibrant mix of various age groups, professions, and cultural backgrounds – it’s clear to see why the city stands as a dynamic and thriving hub for business. Georgetown proudly serves as the county seat of government for Williamson County – one of the fastest growing counties in the nation. The City of Georgetown boasts a rich history, modern amenities, and an exceptional quality of life. With its beautiful natural surroundings and bustling downtown square, Georgetown offers a unique blend of charm and economic vibrancy, making it the perfect destination for your business.

Embrace the spirit of Georgetown and join a community where businesses and residents work hand in hand to create a truly remarkable experience. Contact Georgetown’s market experts today and discover the endless opportunities that await.

Historic Past & Innovating for the Future 

Georgetown has deep roots in Texas history and this history is on full display in the city’s historic downtown square. The city and its leadership have created a vision for Georgetown’s future that acknowledges its fast-paced growth while also planning for and managing it in a strategic way. This strategic approach has helped Georgetown maintain its high quality of life and develop a strong business environment while also growing its population at an annual rate of 10.5%.

This strategic approach has included funding key infrastructure projects, such as the $175 million South Lake Water Treatment Plant which will double the city’s wastewater treatment capacity by 2025 and the successful passage of Georgetown’s $90 million mobility bond in 2021. These key investments allow Georgetown to continue offering a high quality of life for existing residents while positioning the city to provide reliable infrastructure and utility service that are needed to grow and expand the local economy. 

Site Options

Georgetown is a leader among Austin area communities for constructing industrial and flex space with more than 8 million square feet of development currently underway. Additionally, the city has several high-quality mixed-use developments, such as Wolf Lakes Village and The Summit at Rivery, which provide exceptional options for new office space, retail, entertainment hospitality, and medical projects. Projects looking for a unique option in a historic setting can also find office space opportunities in Georgetown’s award winning historic downtown square which provides a large variety of restaurants, stores, and entertainment venues within close walking distance.


A deeper understanding of Georgetown, Texas demographics reveals a robust and skilled workforce. Expanding all the way from south Austin to north Temple and Killeen, Georgetown’s workforce labor shed includes more than 1 million skilled workers who possess a variety of in-demand skill sets. More than 45% of Georgetown residents possess a bachelor’s degree or higher level of educational attainment – exceeding state and US averages. Georgetown city provides a strategic benefit for employers seeking a skilled workforce due to its close location to Fort Cavazos which sees more than 10,000 soldiers transition out of the military and into the private workforce each year. 


Georgetown, Texas stands as a testament to the power of blending history, charm, and economic vitality, creating an environment where businesses can truly flourish. The city’s commitment to fostering innovation and growth is evident in its dedicated economic development team, which works tirelessly to provide comprehensive support and valuable resources to businesses at every stage of their journey.

The dynamic Georgetown Economic Development team understands the unique needs of various industries, such as advanced manufacturing, life sciences, and aerospace, and is equipped to offer tailored assistance, from location scouting to permitting guidance and rezoning support. With a streamlined and responsive approach, the team ensures that businesses can hit the ground running, capitalizing on the city’s exceptional workforce, educational resources, and strategic location.

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Market Overview
  • Population 75,420
  • Median Household Income $80,416
  • Population Growth % 10.5%
  • Poverty Rate 7.7%
  • % with Bachelor’s Degree or Higher 45.9%
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  • Conchita Gusman
  • Jennifer DeRoeck
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Taking Flight in Georgetown

Taking Flight in Georgetown As Georgetown continues to grow at a rapid pace, new businesses are taking advantage of unique opportunities. One Georgetown industry that has noticeably grown in recent years is aviation. Cutter Aviation, based in Arizona, has seen potential in our city and in January 2022 they finalized the acquisition of GTU Jet … Continue reading "Taking Flight in Georgetown"

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Business Spotlight: August Beverage Company

Located at 1204 Williams Drive Georgetown locals, Elizabeth and John Huennekens have been in full brew since October 2021.  They are a welcomed addition on Williams Dr. with a drive-thru and offer a unique menu of beverages with their special touch: The August Method. The August Method is a multistage brewing process with long steeped … Continue reading "Business Spotlight: August Beverage Company"

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Williamson County Resources

Williamson County Resources Georgetown serves as the county seat for Williamson County. Located just north of Austin, Williamson county is one of the fastest growing counties in the nation. Due to Georgetown’s central location within the county, you’ll find many services conveniently located, including the Drivers License Office, Registration & Titling and the Tax Assessor’s … Continue reading "Williamson County Resources"

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City Resources

City Resources The City of Georgetown is here to take care of all its residents, both the old and the newly relocated. With an award winning public library, a nationally recognized public utility and a vibrant business climate, you’ll always feel supported in our community. Below, find information on city services, government facilities and community … Continue reading "City Resources"

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Leisure & Recreation

Leisure & Recreation With temperate weather all year round and beautiful views everywhere you look, Georgetown encourages its residents to get out and enjoy all that Central Texas has to offer. Whether you’re cooling off in the pool, going for a relaxing hike, working on your golf game or looking for some more organized fun, … Continue reading "Leisure & Recreation"

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