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About Downtown Georgetown

Real Estate Sales Representative with Johnson Associates Real Estate Ltd.,

About Downtown Georgetown


The close-quarters character of Downtown gives it a special feel. It seems slightly concealed from the main roads. People finding their way here for the first time have a sense of discovery. Newcomers accustomed to sprawl are drawn by its sheer compactness... delighted by the sense that they have found an old village in the centre of a developing suburban municipality.

The Town of Halton Hills has been a valuable partner in the preservation and resurgence of Downtown Georgetown through the façade improvement program and other initiatives, removal of parking meters, commitment to expanded library facilities and a new road and redesigned streetscape.

  • Enjoy browsing our web-site for interesting shops, restaurants and services to visit in person
  • Be part of the neighbourhood - submit an article about Downtown
  • Use the site as your best source of information for up-coming events
  • Follow the progress of our exciting streetscape transformation in 2007 and get the scoop on the best ways in and out and where to park during construction

We hope to see you soon in historic Downtown Georgetown!
Christopher Watters
Watters International Realty - Austin, TX
Austin Realtor (512-829-8000)
You should check out Georgetown, Texas! It sounds like the two cities have a few things in common.
Mar 31, 2008 06:54 AM
Larry Estabrooks
Independent Real Estate Agent - Moncton, NB
100% representation means NEVER DUAL AGENCY !

Hello Brian and welcome to ActiveRain.

I'm inviting you to join an active|rain group of your fellow Canadian REALTORS® , the Canada, eh group - http://activerain.com/groups/Canada.

And please include any of your posts with a Canadian angle by also posting them to the group.
(no properties for sale please, listings should be posted to Localism.com)

When I login to ActiveRain.com I always check the Canada, eh group first to read the Canadian posts because Canadian bloggers are so much easier to find on the group home page. I'm looking forward to reading your posts there.

Also, one of our Canadian members wrote an informative post on how to get started her on active|rain - http://activerain.com/blogsview/174164/A-Post-For-Tim 

And if you decide to join the Canadians - Welcome!

Larry, group founder and moderator

Apr 01, 2008 11:26 AM