Sunday, 8 May 2016

The Round Rock City Council has made neighborhood revitalization and protection a top priority. The Tool Lending Center (TLC) is an effort by Neighborhood Services Coordinator Joe Brehm toward that goal that launched in April 2014.
There are two areas in Round Rock where on-street parking is restricted to neighborhood residents during certain hours. These areas are near Round Rock High School (Lake Creek West Parking District) and Old Town Elementary School (Plantation Cove Parking District).

Red Light Cameras

The City’s red light camera program ended on Dec. 31, 2015, after the City Council voted in October to end our contract with RedFlex, the red light program provider.

New Residents

New residents to the City of Round Rock, TX have joined one of the fastest growing communities in the nation. In 1970 there were only 2,700 residents in this town, today there are more than 100,000 individuals calling Round Rock home. (See Google map; Round Rock is located at latitude 30° 30’ 76” N.; longitude 97° 42’ 30” W.; elevation 709’)
We often get questions about schools, neighborhood associations, the political structure, and how to connect water, wastewater, electric, and gas. This page provides some general information.
Round Rock is one of the fastest growing communities in the nation. Located 15 miles north of Austin, it doubled in population from 1990 to 2000.

New residents

Check out the new residents page for information on the city, utilities, schools and more.

Calendar of Events

The City’s Calendar of Events lists government meetings, community-wide events, and neighborhood activities. | Submit an event

Solicitor Permits

Solicitation permits for door-to-door sales are required if personal contact with the residents is to be made. Applications are accepted from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday for a flat fee of $50. Permits are valid for three months.


Purchasing Department Solicitations

Building Construction Division Solicitations

Transportation Department Solicitations