Georgetown 1Georgetown is a city in as well as the county seat of Williamson County, Texas and sits within the Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos Metropolitan Statistical Area. Georgetown is currently home to a population of over 47,000 residents, many of them living in the Sun City Texas development, an age-restricted retirement community that has seen an increase in popularity – and population – over the past twenty years. The retirement community has earned Georgetown the unofficial nickname “Retirement Capital of Texas,” as it is one of the largest retirement communities in the state. The Sun City Texas development draws people from all over the state, and even the country, as it is also a popular snowbird destination for residents of the northern areas of the U.S. looking to escape the brutal winters the north tends to see.

Basic Facts About Georgetown

  • Current population: 47,400
  • Current mayor: George Garver
  • Total area: 47.9 sq mi
  • Official website: http://www.georgetown.org/
  • Located in: Williamson County
  • Founded in: 1848 (incorporated)
  • Zip codes: 78626-78628, 78633
  • Area codes: 512, 737

Auto Transport Tips to and from Georgetown

Georgetown is located just north of Round Rock, which in turn is located just north of Austin, both of which are primary cities of the Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos metro area, also known as Greater Austin. This makes it much easier for carriers to run routes into and out of Georgetown quickly, easily and cost-effectively, as they can enter Georgetown either before or after they run their routes through Round Rock and Austin. This ease of access helps keep prices lower, and its location along Interstate 35 also helps.

Interstates are important because they provide easy access to the largest cities and metro areas in the U.S., many of them popular car shipping locations as well. Texas benefits from being one of the largest states by both area and population, and its weather makes it popular with customers across the country. Many people ship vehicles to and from Texas, so it’s a busy state for auto transport. With high demand and lots of major cities grouped somewhat close together (within a few hours’ drive anyway), and easy access thanks to a variety of interstates, car shippers can charge less while still making enough to stay afloat and profit. This results in better shipping prices and faster pickup times, as the industry is usually competitive in highly popular areas.

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