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The City of Georgetown is looking to improve connections with our neighborhoods, to help get you to resources, opportunities, important information, and to one another, so we can grow and learn together.

Toward that end, the City has established an informal group, the Georgetown Neighborhoods Roundtable (GNR), of Homeowner and Neighborhood Association board members, community organization managers, and City of Georgetown leaders and staff.

The group meets quarterly to promote relationships and communications among all members, provide updates on what's happening in Georgetown, and collaborate on issues affecting residents and neighborhoods. Additionally, the GNR group receives periodic (via email) updates on City activities members can share with their neighborhoods.

We want to make sure we're connecting with as many neighborhood leaders as possible, and built this survey to help identify leaders and neighborhoods we might be missing. If you are a board member of your HOA or NA, please fill out this survey. Membership to this group is specific to people who have the authority to speak for the neighborhood and have established communications channels within the neighborhood.

This group of neighborhood leaders is just another way the City is working to connect with you. If your neighborhood currently does not have a neighborhood association, you can learn more about those organizations and the process here or email Cindy Medrano at to learn about other ways to stay engaged with the City.

Thank you for your time, interest, and commitment to Georgetown!

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* 1. Are you currently a board member/leader of an HOA, Neighborhood Association or other community organization?

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* 2. What is the name of your association or organization?

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* 3. If you are NOT a board member/leader of the association or organization, what is your role?

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* 4. If you are a leader for your neighborhood or community organization, please provide the following information. Leaders will be be added to the Georgetown Neighborhoods Roundtable group and receive meeting invitations and periodic City updates.

Thank you for completing our survey and thank you for all you do to help keep Georgetown such a great community. If you have any questions, or would like more information about the Georgetown Neighborhoods Roundtable group, please contact Judie Mattocks at
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