About Georgetown

The Town of Georgetown was platted in Floyd County, Indiana by George Waltz in 1833, and accordingly named for him. The community is located 12 miles west of Louisville, Kentucky, just off Interstate 64 at Exit 118, and according to the 2012 census, the population is approximately 3,025 with the majority of the territory being considered residential. 

Notable people that came from our community include R. Carlyle Buley, who was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for History in 1951 and born in Georgetown on July 8, 1893, and Sherman Minton, who served as United States Attorney General and Associate Justice of the Supreme Court was born in Georgetown on October 20, 1890. 

The Town of Georgetown is the home of many businesses, restaurants and schools and it is by surrounded many amenities that are offered to many larger communities. We welcome everyone to come visit our area and review what we have to offer our growing community.


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If you’re looking for a place that has held fast to its small-town roots while growing and adapting to a changing world, that’s Georgetown, Indiana.

Nestled among the gently rolling hills of southern Indiana, Georgetown is just a short drive on Interstate 64 to Louisville, Kentucky. Residents here, many of whom work across the river, relish the simple pleasures of small town life while enjoying easy access to all of the amenities of a major metropolitan area.

What is there to do? Try a family outing at the region’s only drive-in theater. A cool, refreshing treat at the local ice cream parlor. A fresh-brewed cup of coffee or a fresh doughnut to start your day. Lunch or dinner with family or friends at one of the local restaurants. A little league game. A stroll through the community garden. A walk in the park. And an array of choices for banking, healthcare and more. It’s all at your fingertips in Georgetown.

Georgetown is named for George Waltz, who platted the town in 1833. The Georgetown post office was established four years later, in 1837. The Georgetown Historic District has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 2013.

Beginning in the 1960s, Georgetown began the steady growth that continues today; nearly half of all current Georgetown households include children, a testament to the family-friendly environment and world-class schools that parents find here. In fact, nearly 2/3 of the town’s citizens are under the age of 45. And according to Business First, Georgetown is one of 25 zip codes with the highest income in the entire Louisville metropolitan area.

Whether you’re looking for a place to call home, or the perfect location for a new or existing business, Georgetown, Indiana offers the ideal blend of community and convenience.