Keep Round Rock Beautiful



Keep Round Rock Beautiful

Keep Round Rock Beautiful is an affiliate program of Keep Texas Beautiful focused on mobilizing volunteers to take action across our community through local cleanups and green initiatives including litter prevention, beautification and waste reduction. Featured programs include the Adopt A Street Program, Neighborhood Cleanups, Water Conservation and the Recycling Center

Community Enhancement Team


In the Spring of 2022, the Round Rock City Council prioritized enhanced cleaning of City-owned streets and sidewalks to improve the community’s aesthetics. The Community Enhancement Technician Team was created to collect trash and debris from City streets and right-of-way, remove graffiti and service sidewalks and streets by keeping them free of grass and weeds. 

Adopt A Street Program

Through the Adopt A Street Program, volunteers adopt stretches of city-maintained right of way to conduct litter pickups. This is a program that fosters community pride and provides an opportunity for your group to help prevent pollution and beautify your city. 

Schedule Adopt a Street Cleanup and Supply Request

Adopt A Street Activity Report

Adopt A Street Orientation Packet

Neighborhood Cleanups

The City of Round Rock conducts directed neighborhood cleanups where one or two specific neighborhoods are involved. Bulk trash and/or brush will be picked up from those neighborhoods only on the specified date.

Recycling Center

The Recycling Center is the City’s drop-off location for many recyclables, including several that cannot be recycled curbside. The center also hosts Household Hazardous Waste Collections and Shred for a Paws Cause events.

Water Conservation

The water conservation program provides free water resources to our residents.  Most are available at the Utility Billing Office, located in City Hall, and the main Utility Office at 3400 Sunrise Road.

Parks Department

Parks and Recreation is dedicated and empowered to create a positive memorable experience in people’s lives. Round Rock has 37 developed parks gracing over 2,270 acres and trail corridors. Old Settlers Park is the crown jewel, offering a generous 640 acres of rolling countryside for local events and festivals.

UES Department

The Utilities and Environmental Services (UES) Department is committed to providing customers with a reliable and safe water supply, essential wastewater systems, environmental and engineering services that safeguard public health, adequate maintenance of the City’s infrastructure while protecting, conserving and enhancing the region’s environmental resources.

Community and Neighborhood Services

The Community and Neighborhood Services Department consists of a director, two Neighborhood Services Coordinators, a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Coordinator and a five-person Code Enforcement team. Together this team helps to revitalize neighborhood and commercial areas within the City using Federal grant and City of Round Rock funds.

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