Round Rock 2030 – Comprehensive Plan

Round Rock 2030 news and updates

November 17, 2023 – The Round Rock 2030 Annual Report for 2022-2023 is now available for download. This report serves as an annual update on progress on the implementation of Round Rock 2030’s vision and policies. Implementation progress from FY2023 (October 1, 2022 – September 30, 2023). 

The Annual Report was presented to City Council on November 16, 2023. The presentation video is available on Round Rock Replay.

November 17, 2023 – The 2023 Density Study, conducted by Planning and Development Services (PDS), analyzes growth in specific areas, evaluates vacant land availability and different density scenarios to prepare for the City’s future population distribution and development plans. 

August 14, 2023 – The report Senior Housing: Options and Availability in Greater Round Rock has been released. The report totals the number of existing and pending units in Age-Restricted Communities, Assisted Living Facilities, and Nursing Facilities compared to the size of Greater Round Rock’s 55+ and 65+ population.

November 17, 2022 – The Round Rock 2030 Annual Report for 2021-2022 is now available for download. This report serves as an annual update on progress on the implementation of Round Rock 2030’s vision and policies. Implementation progress from FY2022 (October 1, 2021 – September 30, 2022). 

August 23, 2022 – The city has released 2020-2040 Round Rock Population Projections. The City’s Planning and Development Services Department (PDS) developed population projections for the 20-year period for the area within the City Limits and for Greater Round Rock. PDS released a report, now available for download, which outlines projection methodology and assumptions.

March 10, 2022 – An informational document about residential options for the city’s three downtown mixed-use districts is now available for downloadRound Rock 2030 includes implementation strategies to facilitate a mixture of residential development types throughout the city. Specifically for downtown, the goal is to develop a minimum of 1,000 dwelling units within one-quarter mile of Main Street. The document serves to provide a summary of permitted residential uses in the three mixed-use districts in downtown.

November 18, 2021 – Round Rock 2030 Annual Report for 2020-2021 is now available for download. This report serves as an annual update on progress on the implementation of Round Rock 2030’s vision and policies. Implementation progress from adoption (June 24, 2020) to the end of FY2021 (September 30, 2021). 

November 3, 2021  The American Planning Association (APA) Texas Chapter named Round Rock 2030, the City’s comprehensive plan, the best Comprehensive Plan in the state. Round Rock also received the Community of the Year Award. For more information, visit

City Council adopts Round Rock 2030 Comprehensive Plan, June 25, 2020

The Round Rock City Council has adopted Round Rock 2030 as its comprehensive plan for the next decade. Crafted over two years, the Round Rock 2030 establishes a set of land use and development policies, including a Future Land Use Map and location criteria for specific land uses. is a separate website devoted to the comprehensive plan and the plan development process.

What is a Comprehensive Plan?

The City of Round Rock has recently completed its new Comprehensive Plan, Round Rock 2030. Previously known as a “General Plan,” this long-range document serves as the policy guide and framework for land use decisions for the next decade. The plan highlights how the City has changed over the past decade and creates a vision for what Round Rock might look like in the year 2030. 

Public Engagement

Round Rock 2030 included a robust public engagement process in order to ensure that the plan reflects the needs and wants of our residents and businesses. Public input collected influences the vision, policies and implementation strategies that guide Round Rock’s decisions regarding commercial development, housing and more. 


Questions or comments? Contact the Round Rock 2030 team at


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