District 6 – Rachael Jonrowe

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Phone: 512-930-3651
Email: district6@georgetown.org
Term Being Served: 3rd Term
Term Expires: May 2020

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Mother, Business Owner and Community Volunteer


  • Attended the University of Texas as a Liberal Arts Major in their Plan II program
  • Texas Culinary Academy, Le Cordon Bleu, graduated with honors

Achievements and Recognition:

  • National Merit Scholar
  • Recipient of the Thomas J. Watson and Sen. Barrientos scholarships
  • Accepted into University of Texas Plan II program, Precinct Chair
  • Founder of the Round Rock Coffee Party
  • Voting Precinct Chair Since 2010

City Boards and Commissions:

  • Current Member of the Georgetown Transportation Enhancement Corporation (GTEC)
  • Current Member of the Downtown Georgetown TIRZ
  • Former Member of the Georgetown Economic Development Corporation
  • Former Member of the Clean Air Coalition Committee of the Capital Area Council of Governments
  • Former Member of the Georgetown Transportation Advisory Board
  • Former Member of the Georgetown Animal Shelter Advisory Board
  • Former Member of the General Government and Finance Advisory Board


A native Texan, Rachael was born and raised in Austin.  Rachael moved to Georgetown with her husband and twin daughters in May of 2006, after searching for the best place to raise their family.  They have since had two sons.  Rachael and her husband, Brian, have owned their own business for over 10 years, giving her an appreciation for the rewards and difficulties faced by small-business owners.  In addition to raising a family and growing a business, Rachael and Brian have also been working on a loving renovation of their Old Town home, and are looking forward to its completion.


Rachael can often be found enjoying the Georgetown Library and our many parks with her family.  She is passionate about supporting locally-owned businesses, and finding the freshest in-season foods available at local farmers markets.  As a volunteer in the community, she has helped organize letter-writing, voter-registration and get-out-the-vote drives and constantly works to encourage greater diversity and participation in local government.


Rachael believes that our government is only as good as the people who are elected.  She wants to encourage more people to: be aware of who their representatives are, get involved, and encourage accountability & transparency.  Through the use of social networking tools and letting constituents know of her availability, she hopes to elicit feedback from a wide variety of citizens in District 6, in order to become the best representative possible.  Her personal goal, as an elected representative, is to do her part to make sure that decisions made at City Council reflect the needs and desires of her district, and benefit the people of Georgetown.


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