After winning first place in American Water Works Association’s (AWWA) Texas Hydrant Hysteria Competition in April, Utilities employees Shane Carroll, Bobby Hepner and Alfredo Vences headed to Las Vegas this month to take fifth place […]
Employees from Utilities, Transportation, General Services and other City of Round Rock departments came together June 1 to celebrate the groundbreaking of a new facility that will house public works employees in one location. The […]
Thank you to all employees who have worked so hard and diligently this weekend. There are still efforts ongoing in our City to recover from the effects of Hurricane Harvey. The letter below from an […]
Jessica Woods, our Water Conservation Program Coordinator, “dives in” to the topic of increased water usage and explains the factors that impact our water bills in her latest Water Spot Blog post! Read it here: http://www.roundrocktexas.gov/2015/11/my-water-bill-is-how-much/
We’ve had some much needed rain but Lake Georgetown isn’t full. Learn more in Jessica’s latest The Water Spot blog post .
The City’s Water Conservation Program is offering a new $50 rebate for a limited time for lawn aeration services. Learn more in Jessica’s latest The Water Spot blog post .
Learn about groundwater in Jessica’s latest The Water Spot blog post .
Jessica Woods wonders, “Why do people purchase bottled drinking water, when tap water is such a good value?” in her latest The Water Spot blog post .
Utilities Services Superintendent Richard Medrano was recognized as a Certified Water Professional (CWP) by the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) in December.
Doug Nelson and Terrell Wilkey have both been with the City for 30 years and both are retiring at the end of January. Read their reflections on their careers.