The Georgetown Advantage

The City of Georgetown offers a strategic location on Interstate Highway 35, a nationally-recognized business climate, low taxes, low crime and a beautiful, friendly community dedicated to preserving its heritage while providing an environment where business can prosper.  It has been said that Georgetown “is moving in the right direction.”  We hear this from our local business leaders, developers, and other development services customers regarding the City’s commitment to provide accurate, timely, and positive solutions for businesses relocating or expanding in Georgetown.  We hear it from our commuting workforce who move quickly and easily against Austin traffic to their Georgetown employers.  And, we hear it from citizens and businesses who enjoy Georgetown’s uniquely cooperative, supportive community and abundant natural resources.

A Great Place to Do Business

Georgetown is the fastest-growing city in the U.S. for cities with a population above 50,000, according to data released today by the U.S. Census Bureau. Georgetown’s growth rate was 10.5 percent from July 1, 2020, through July 1, 2021, resulting in a population estimate of 75,420.

This is the second time in the past seven years that Georgetown has been ranked the fastest-growing city in the U.S. Georgetown was the seventh fastest-growing city in the U.S. on the list released in 2020 and in 2019 by the Census. In 2018, Georgetown was the sixth fastest-growing city in the U.S., fifth in 2017, the fastest in 2016, and the second-fastest in 2015. Georgetown and the entire central Texas area continue to experience tremendous growth in both residential and commercial sectors.

Georgetown’s City-owned utility services (GUS) delivers reliable, low-cost power, water and wastewater to all of its business and residential customers.  The City’s Development Services Division works seamlessly to provide quality customer service and innovative solutions to businesses looking to locate or expand in Georgetown.  Our diverse and strong economy is fueled by one of the lowest tax rates in central Texas, a true partnership between businesses and the community, and a low-crime, beautiful community.  This partnership between the City, Southwestern University, Georgetown Independent School District, the Chamber of Commerce and the business community has resulted in quality workforce training programs, business promotion opportunities and helpful solutions for a wide variety of issues and challenges.

Some of the 6,000+ businesses that call Georgetown home include Sport Clips headquarters, TASUS Texas, AirBorn, Inc., Citigroup Data Center, Ringdale, Radiation Detection Company, Chatsworth, Manitex International, Radix BioSolutions, DisperSol Technologies, and Texas Outdoor Power Company.  These and other Georgetown business are happy to share their experience and success stories of doing business in Georgetown.  Some can be viewed at

The Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas

Georgetown is the county seat of Williamson County and home to “The Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas.”  An award-winning “Main Street” designated city, Georgetown cherishes its revitalized Courthouse and surrounding Victorian era storefronts.  A variety of outstanding restaurants, wineries, and quality merchants can be found on the square and surrounding blocks.  Residents and visitors enjoy shopping and entertainment in downtown and at the larger stores and outdoor malls around the city.  Our award-winning Parks Department maintains the City’s more than 30 parks and 9 miles of hike and bike trails.  The trails connect the downtown square to Lake Georgetown along the cool, clear waters of the San Gabriel River.  Our newest park, the 525-acre Garey ranch, was donated to the city in 2004 by Jack and Cammy Garey.  Garey Park offers a playground, splash pad, dog park, equestrian trails and arena, and the Garey House event space.  The City’s prime location enables citizens and visitors to enjoy these amenities and the charm of a small community while being in close proximity to the Austin business and entertainment scene.

“Georgetown is the right place to be.

In 2003 the TASUS Corporation selected Georgetown, Texas as the new location for their business expansion and developed a plastic-injection-molding plant. TASUS is a Tier 1 and Tier 2 supplier of OEM parts to major automotive industries. Why Georgetown? A number of key factors converged to give Georgetown an advantage and provide TASUS with a high quality production team.

Like the home of their premier U.S. plant, Bloomington, Indiana, Georgetown is a college town with a close-knit community. The residents of Georgetown embody the hard-work ethic and family values that are among the cornerstones of the Japanese culture. Additionally, recent plastics plant closures in the Central Texas area meant that Georgetown had an available talent pool with the specific knowledge, skills, and abilities needed. TASUS representatives were further impressed with Georgetown’s City Officials and how seamless they made the business development process. Not only was Georgetown the right place at the right time, it was the hometown backbone they needed for a successful expansion in Texas.

TASUS Georgetown, Texas is the corporation’s largest North American facility located on 23 acres of land in an 112,000 square-foot facility. Originally slated to employ 100 employees, TASUS Georgetown now employs 180 local residents. The site location provides the flexibility to expand operations as their business continues to grow.”

– Walter Barkalow


Population: 59,600

Average Age: 45

Median HH Income: $67,425

Median Home Value: $220,073

Contact Info

Name: Cameron Goodman

Phone: (512) 930-3688