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Round Rock 2030 Comprehensive Plan Public Input Meeting

  • December 10, 2018

The City of Round Rock is currently working on its new Comprehensive Plan, Round Rock 2030. Previously known as a “General Plan,” this long-range document will serve as the policy guide and framework for land use decisions for the next decade. The plan will highlight how the City has changed over the past decade and create a vision for what Round Rock might look like in the year 2030. This planning process is expected to take approximately 1.5 years, with adoption in spring 2020.

In order for Round Rock 2030 to be successful, it should reflect the needs and wants of our residents and businesses. By participating in Round Rock 2030, you’ll have the chance to influence policy that guides Round Rock’s decisions regarding public facilities, commercial development, housing and more. 

Four public meetings will be held in four distinct areas of Round Rock during February-March 2019. All meetings are open to the public, and discussion at each of these meetings will be generally geared toward the quadrant of town where it is located. Stay tuned for other opportunities to participate in the process!

Tuesday, February 5, 6-8 p.m. (Southeast residents)
Allen R. Baca Center Grand Room, 301 W. Bagdad Ave. Bldg. 2

Tuesday, February 12, 6-8 p.m. (Southwest residents)
Allen R. Baca Center Dining Room, 301 W. Bagdad Ave. Bldg. 2

Tuesday, February 26, 6-8 p.m. (Northeast residents)
Allen R. Baca Center Dining Room, 301 W. Bagdad Ave. Bldg. 2

Tuesday, March 5, 6-8 p.m. (Northwest residents)
Allen R. Baca Center Dining Room, 301 W. Bagdad Ave. Bldg. 2

 

 

Questions? Contact the Round Rock 2030 team at roundrock2030@roundrocktexas.gov.

Round Rock 2030 Comprehensive Plan Public Input Meeting

  • December 10, 2018

The City of Round Rock is currently working on its new Comprehensive Plan, Round Rock 2030. Previously known as a “General Plan,” this long-range document will serve as the policy guide and framework for land use decisions for the next decade. The plan will highlight how the City has changed over the past decade and create a vision for what Round Rock might look like in the year 2030. This planning process is expected to take approximately 1.5 years, with adoption in spring 2020.

In order for Round Rock 2030 to be successful, it should reflect the needs and wants of our residents and businesses. By participating in Round Rock 2030, you’ll have the chance to influence policy that guides Round Rock’s decisions regarding public facilities, commercial development, housing and more.

Public meetings will be held for residents to give feedback during February-March 2019. All meetings are open to the public and will include the same presentation; however, each meeting is assigned a geographical quadrant of town. Residents are encouraged to attend the meeting associated with the area of town where they live. The meeting will be formal presentation style, with opportunities for attendees to participate in an interactive poll using their cell phones. Please note that, due to record turnout at the first public meeting, all future meetings will be held at the Baca Center Dining Room at 301 W. Bagdad Ave.

Tuesday, February 5, 6-8 p.m. (Southeast residents)
Allen R. Baca Center Grand Room, 301 W. Bagdad Ave. Bldg. 2

Tuesday, February 12, 6-8 p.m. (Southwest residents)
Allen R. Baca Center Dining Room, 301 W. Bagdad Ave. Bldg. 2

Tuesday, February 26, 6-8 p.m. (Northeast residents)
Allen R. Baca Center Dining Room, 301 W. Bagdad Ave. Bldg. 2

Tuesday, March 5, 6-8 p.m. (Northwest residents)
Allen R. Baca Center Dining Room, 301 W. Bagdad Ave. Bldg. 2

Questions? Contact the Round Rock 2030 team at roundrock2030@roundrocktexas.gov.

Round Rock 2030 Comprehensive Plan Public Input Meeting

  • December 10, 2018

The City of Round Rock is currently working on its new Comprehensive Plan, Round Rock 2030. Previously known as a “General Plan,” this long-range document will serve as the policy guide and framework for land use decisions for the next decade. The plan will highlight how the City has changed over the past decade and create a vision for what Round Rock might look like in the year 2030. This planning process is expected to take approximately 1.5 years, with adoption in spring 2020.

In order for Round Rock 2030 to be successful, it should reflect the needs and wants of our residents and businesses. By participating in Round Rock 2030, you’ll have the chance to influence policy that guides Round Rock’s decisions regarding public facilities, commercial development, housing and more. 

Public meetings will be held for residents to give feedback during February-March 2019. All meetings are open to the public and will include the same presentation; however, each meeting is assigned a geographical quadrant of town. Residents are encouraged to attend the meeting associated with the area of town where they live. The meeting will be formal presentation style, with opportunities for attendees to participate in an interactive poll using their cell phones. Please note that, due to record turnout at the first public meeting, all future meetings will be held at the Baca Center Dining Room at 301 W. Bagdad Ave.

Tuesday, February 5, 6-8 p.m. (Southeast residents)
Allen R. Baca Center Grand Room, 301 W. Bagdad Ave. Bldg. 2

Tuesday, February 12, 6-8 p.m. (Southwest residents)
Allen R. Baca Center Dining Room, 301 W. Bagdad Ave. Bldg. 2

Tuesday, February 26, 6-8 p.m. (Northeast residents)
Allen R. Baca Center Dining Room, 301 W. Bagdad Ave. Bldg. 2

Tuesday, March 5, 6-8 p.m. (Northwest residents)
Allen R. Baca Center Dining Room, 301 W. Bagdad Ave. Bldg. 2

Questions? Contact the Round Rock 2030 team at roundrock2030@roundrocktexas.gov.

Round Rock 2030 Comprehensive Plan Public Input Meeting

  • December 10, 2018

The City of Round Rock is currently working on its new Comprehensive Plan, Round Rock 2030. Previously known as a “General Plan,” this long-range document will serve as the policy guide and framework for land use decisions for the next decade. The plan will highlight how the City has changed over the past decade and create a vision for what Round Rock might look like in the year 2030. This planning process is expected to take approximately 1.5 years, with adoption in spring 2020.

In order for Round Rock 2030 to be successful, it should reflect the needs and wants of our residents and businesses. By participating in Round Rock 2030, you’ll have the chance to influence policy that guides Round Rock’s decisions regarding public facilities, commercial development, housing and more. 

Public meetings will be held for residents to give feedback during February-March 2019. All meetings are open to the public and will include the same presentation; however, each meeting is assigned a geographical quadrant of town. Residents are encouraged to attend the meeting associated with the area of town where they live. The meeting will be formal presentation style, with opportunities for attendees to participate in an interactive poll using their cell phones. Please note that, due to record turnout at the first public meeting, all future meetings will be held at the Baca Center Dining Room at 301 W. Bagdad Ave.

Tuesday, February 5, 6-8 p.m. (Southeast residents)
Allen R. Baca Center Grand Room, 301 W. Bagdad Ave. Bldg. 2

Tuesday, February 12, 6-8 p.m. (Southwest residents)
Allen R. Baca Center Dining Room, 301 W. Bagdad Ave. Bldg. 2

Tuesday, February 26, 6-8 p.m. (Northeast residents)
Allen R. Baca Center Dining Room, 301 W. Bagdad Ave. Bldg. 2

Tuesday, March 5, 6-8 p.m. (Northwest residents)
Allen R. Baca Center Dining Room, 301 W. Bagdad Ave. Bldg. 2

Questions? Contact the Round Rock 2030 team at roundrock2030@roundrocktexas.gov.

Stagecoach Inn Relocation Celebration

  • October 9, 2018

The public is invited to kick off the restoration phase of the Stagecoach Inn project at a celebration of the building’s recent successful location to Chisholm Trail.

The celebration will take place from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, November 3, starting on the back patio of the Williamson Museum on the Chisholm Trail (8 Chisholm Trail Road), then moving to the Stagecoach Inn’s new site for photos. The event will also include a brief documentary video created by the City of Round Rock about the move. 

The Stagecoach Inn was moved over the weekend of April 27-29 to its new perch on Brushy Creek along Chisholm Trail. Since 1848, it sat at what is now 901 RM 620, a location that sits in the path of the realignment of RM 620. Non-profit Round Rock Preservation is now working to restore the building using private donations.

To learn more about the project and to learn how to support the restoration of the Stagecoach Inn, visit rrpreservation.org.

Alternate location in case of rain:
In case of inclement weather, the event will be held at the Administrative Training Room at 901 Round Rock Avenue (west building).