Granger is a charming and historic town located 48 miles Northeast east of Austin and just 15 miles East of up and coming Georgetown. Granger has been self-proclaimed to be the "Gateway to the Good Life", was the first town in Texas with a population under 5,000 to pave the streets via hand-laid bricks in 1912, and is Home of the Granger Lake Fest.
Granger is a proud Texas Main Street city, and our famous brick streets were recognized with a Texas Historical Marker in 2005 by the Texas Historical Commission. A combination of the historic tax credit program, flexible mixed-use zoning allowing both commercial and residential use, and generous incentives has created quite the buzz within our downtown.
Availability in downtown is updated here regularly. Complete details on incentives are available at www.GrangerMDD.org.
A variety of commercial and residential growth is occurring in Granger. The historic Granger City Hall is currently being restored to it's former glory. New subdivisions are in the development stage. TxDot is widening Hwy 971 to Georgetown under the precedence that growth is on the way. Granger is happening now. Join us as we write the next chapter of our history in Granger, TX!
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Main Street Manager - Syrissa Dominguez