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The City of Round Rock continues to assess damage and assist affected residents following the March 21 tornado. No fatalities or major injuries were reported as a result of the incident, and early assessments indicate that more than $32 million damage occurred, affecting more than 680 homes.

Round Rock Mayor Craig Morgan signed a declaration of disaster Tuesday, March 22.

Tornado Cleanup and Response

Damage Assessments

Residents who have experienced damage are encouraged to report it at damage.tdem.texas.gov and select “March Severe Weather.”

Disposal of Tree Limbs and Construction Debris

The City of Round Rock has completed coordinated storm debris pickup efforts, and is asking any residents with debris that does not fit in their regular garbage containers to request a residential brush pickup from the City (fee applies), bulky item pickup from Central Texas Refuse (fee applies) or participate in the City’s free Spring Clean-Up bulk item pickup event.

Resident Assistance/How to Help

Round Rock Cares

Round Rock Cares has been activated in an effort to raise funds for those impacted by the tornado and is now accepting applications from affected property owners at rrcommunityfoundation.org. Donations are also still being accepted.

 

Residents can also call the ADRN Disaster Survivor Hotline for help and information at 512-806-0800. 

Turtle Creek
Kenney Fort
Forest Bluff
Kensington

How to Help

Donations

Round Rock Cares has been activated in an effort to raise funds for those impacted by the tornado.

Manual Labor Volunteers

The City of Round Rock invited the public to participate in post-tornado cleanup efforts on Saturday, March 26. Volunteers cleared construction debris and tree limbs piled at the curbs to dumpsters and rear load garbage trucks located throughout the neighborhoods.

Volunteers - Other

For volunteer inquiries, please email neighborhoods@roundrocktexas.gov.

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