Welcome to Preservation Georgetown! Our mission is to preserve and promote interest in Georgetown’s heritage including its historic buildings and sites and the people associated with them, as well as the documents, pictures and other records relating to them.
Does your historic structure need some help? Preservation Georgetown can HELP with a GRANT!
Join us for Preservation Grant Workshop.
Learn all about our grant program, the application process, eligibility factors, and how your participation can help preserve the historic nature of Georgetown.
Meet with members of the grant committee and pick up your application/informational packet!
May 15, 2021, Noon - 1:00 pm
Grace Heritage Center, 817 South Main Street, Georgetown, TX 78626
Need additional information? PreservationGeorgetown@gmail.com or 512.869.8597
Robert Gordon Mullins Memorial Fund
It is with great sadness that we share with you the news of the passing of Robert "Bob" Gordon Mullins (August 31, 1949 - April 3, 2021). Bob was a long-time resident of Georgetown and a great supporter of historic preservation in his beloved community. In accordance with his wishes, his family requests memorials be made to Preservation Georgetown. Please take a moment to read about Bob's life and sign his guestbook here:
Donations can be made by mail:
PO Box 1265
Georgetown, TX 78627
Or online by clicking the donate button below:
2020 Home Tour
The Preservation Georgetown Home Tour 2020 is FREE & Virtual, and now available for your viewing pleasure...
2020 Preservation Fund
Congratulations to our 2020 Preservation Fund Grant winners!
- Gretchen Reeb: 1309 S. College Street
- Maty Homerding: 703 E. 11th Street
- Molly Grantges: 711 E 7th Street
Preservation Georgetown offers grants to assist with the restoration or rehabilitation of residential or commercial historic structures in the greater Georgetown area that are listed on the City of Georgetown's 2016 Historic Resource Survey, as amended. The purpose is to promote the importance of and encourage preservation of the stock of historic structures for the betterment of the entire community.
We are extremely fortunate that a steadfast community, a supportive City government and a strong membership that help keep the ideals and realities of preservation alive.
We are all stewards of our history. Our mission succeeds through education, involvement and engagement. Please join us in our work to preserve the past for future generations.
Interested in learning more about your historic structure? If you aren't sure where to start, you've come to the right place.
We can help you get started with your research, put a marker on your home or arrange a tour of Georgetown's historic districts.