Round Rock

Team Jantzen Realtors - Sun City Realtors - Georgetown Realtors - Round Rock Realtors - Cedar Park Realtors - Liberty Hill Realtors - Century 21 RealtorsRound Rock is 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.

Water, wastewater, and garbage pickup are billed through the city’s Utility Department. Visit the Utility Department web page for more information. You’ll find that you can apply for the water and wastewater services through the mail.

Round Rock contracts with Round Rock Refuse to provide curbside recycling and garbage collection service for all residential customers. Residents are provided two 96-gallon containers, a brown one for garbage and a green one for recycling. Garbage will be collected once per week and recycling collected every other week. The only holidays are Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day, if they fall on a collection day. For information, call Round Rock Refuse at 255-4980.

Gas is provided by Atmos Energy. Please contact them to set up these utilities. Their customer service number for Central Texas is 1-800-460-3030.

The Round Rock Independent School District (RRISD) serves Round Rock, parts of Williamson County, parts of Travis County, and parts of Cedar Park and Austin. In some states, city governments administer the school district. In Texas, however, school districts are independent tax entities with their own taxing authority and governing board. The RRISD serves several cities and two counties. Questions about the school system should be directed to the RRISD.

Neighborhood associations
Depending on the subdivision in which you will live, there may be a neighborhood association which can be either an informal group of individuals who get together to socialize or are formed for more formal purposes as defined by deed restrictions or to maintain agreements between the home owners and developers.

What’s going on
Though not exhaustive, the city does provide a calendar of events. Government meetings, community-wide events, and neighborhood activities are listed on this page. Items are added at the request of the event sponsor or governmental agency. Also, visit the Round Rock Convention and Visitor’s Bureau’s web site for area attractions, shopping, meeting facilities and more.