Round Rock ISD is located in southern Williamson County and northwest Travis County and includes the City of Round Rock and portions of the City of Austin and the City of Cedar Park. The area covers 110 square miles encompassing high tech manufacturing and urban retail centers, suburban neighborhoods, and farm and ranch land.Roughly 47,500 students attend the district’s five high schools, ten middle schools, 33 elementary schools, and two alternative learning centers. Enrollment grows by nearly 1,000 students per year.The district has a diverse ethnic base with a student population*The average student-teacher ratio for RRISD is 14.9. The annual dropout rate for students in grades 9 – 12 is just 0.5% and 64% of the district’s graduating seniors take the SAT and ACT college entrance exams, scoring well above state and national averages.
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The City of Round Rock contracts with Municipal Code Corporation, or Municode.com to maintain its code of ordinances. Please click on the link below to go to the Round Rock’s Municode Site.
The Code of Ordinances is updated on a monthly basis. In addition all new ordinances are posted in PDF format on our Municode site the week after a City Council meeting and remain there until the Code is updated.
Round Rock Leader - Local community section for the Austin American Statesman
Community Impact - Community News for Round Rock, Hutto, and Pflugerville.
Austin360 - Local Austin-area entertainment news
Round The Rock - local website and facebook page devoted to promoting the Round Rock community.
Please note that these Social Media connections are hosted and administered by neighbors here in The Woods, however, these sites are NOT associated in any way with the Homeowners Association. If you would like to contact your HOA Board or Associa, please use the contact links within this HOA website. The HOA Board does not monitor these social media sites, and will not comment on these social media sites within the context of representing the board.
Our Mission: The Round Rock Police Department, in alliance with our community, provides public safety and promotes a high quality of life.
Our Vision: Effectively adapt to challenges created by a rapidly growing community that is striving to maintain its low crime rate and high quality of life. Deliver policing that responds to the needs of the community and engages them to share in the responsibility of keeping Round Rock a great community.
Check out More about RRPD on the City of Round Rock Website.
Round Rock, Texas has become an economic powerhouse due to its supportive business climate, strategic locale, and innovative spirit. Because of the strong collaboration between the city and the Round Rock Chamber, our long-term outlook is undeniably bright. Still, we refuse to rest on our laurels. We are focused on continually improving every aspect of our community’s composition.
Check out more about the Round Rock Chamber on Chamber Website.
Craig Morgan was elected to serve as Mayor of Round Rock in May 2017. Prior to being elected to his current seat, he served as Councilmember to Place 1 from May 2011 through May 2017, and was selected as Mayor Pro-Tem in June 2016. Morgan, a Round Rock attorney, has been an active member in the Round Rock community. He currently serves on the St. David’s Round Rock Medical Center Board of Trustees, Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Policy Board (CAMPO) and the Round Rock Campus Advisory Committee for ACC. He is also a current member of the Rotary Club of Round Rock. He attends the Fellowship at Forest Creek in Round Rock. He is a Leadership Round Rock graduate and has previously served on the Round Rock Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, the Chasco Family YMCA board of directors and the Leadership Round Rock Planning Board. Additionally, Morgan served as a Commissioner on the Round Rock Planning and Zoning Commission, is a former member of the Ridgeview Middle School PTA, and served as a member of the Round Rock Charter Review Commission in 2007. Morgan received his undergraduate degree from Texas Tech University, an MBA from Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University), and his law degree from the University of Tulsa College of Law. He is married to Amanda Morgan and they have one son, Garret.