Consultant McDoux Preservation will present the Phase IV Historic Resources Survey Project concerning the process for designating additional historic landmarks, and possibly creating an East End Historic District downtown. The City is currently contacting property owners to determine the degree of public support for these proposals.
Immediately following the Historic Preservation Commission meeting, the public is invited to a Public Information Meeting about the possible designations, lasting until 8:00 p.m. You are invited to meet with City staff members, view maps, receive take-home information, and ask questions. Both meetings will be held in the City Council Chambers. Please refer to the Historic Resources Survey page for more information.
The Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) preserves, protects, and promotes the City of Round Rock's historical resources through preservation, public education, community partnerships, and heritage tourism.