Geospatial Services (GIS)

Geospatial Services is a division of the City’s Information Technology Department. The Geospatial Services Division provides the means by which City departments can create, store, display, and analyze data (parcels, zoning, streets, utilities, etc.) for critical decision-making. GIS is the primary tool for leveraging this data, and it is available to the public through our GeoHub and to City employees through ArcGIS Online.

  • The City’s GIS data can be downloaded from the City of Round Rock’s GeoHub.
  • If you can’t find what you’re looking for in our GeoHub, feel free to contact us via the contact information at the bottom of this page.
  • See the video at the bottom of this page for a tour and basic use instructions for the GeoHub.
  • Information regarding open records requests can be found here.

Reference Monuments and data sheets for surveyors and engineers can be found in the links below.

  • The City’s Surveillance dashboard monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic can be viewed here.



Can’t find what you’re looking for? Questions can be directed to:

Nathan Smith
Geospatial Services Manager

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