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Georgetown Homeowners Christmas Decorating Contest
Show your holiday spirit and decorating talents in the first annual Georgetown Homeowners Christmas Decorating Contest. Click here for details
We have received reports from multiple concerned homeowners regarding a dog roaming loose in the neighborhood recently. The description given by various homeowners has been consistent: a small, older black dog (starting to grey) wearing a bandana. Not only is the concern for the safety of this little dog, but complaints have been made of the dog relieving itself in yards, parkways, and common areas. Please help us find the parents of this pooch, or call the non-emergency police number. It's that time of year when coyotes are roaming, it gets darker earlier, and we have increased traffic during certain hours.
Georgetown Neighborhood Reminders
SIGNS: Please note that the only signs permitted to be displayed are For Sale signs.
No other signs, political or otherwise, are permitted, in accordance with the Covenants.
TRASH/GARBAGE CONTAINERS: Other than garbage pick-up on Mondays, the Covenants also stipulate that “no garbage, trash or refuse cans, containers or receptacles shall be maintained or kept in any portion of the lot beyond the front of any building constructed thereon, and all such garbage, trash or refuse cans, containers, and receptacles shall be placed so as to reasonably screen them from view from the streets.” Visit http://www.villageoffrankfort.com/live/village-services/garbagepickup for more details.
Did you know?
In 2019, the Lincoln-Way 210 portion of your property taxes will be raised to pay for an automatic 35% increase for bond repayment. ...
Go to www.lincolnwayareataxpayersunite.org to read more on how your property tax dollars are being spent.