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.

CityviewCompPicRound Rock City View is an interactive mapping application that provides access to the City’s GIS data. View and interact with map features on your desktop, tablet, or mobile phone.


The City of Round Rock GeoHub is the City’s public platform for exploring, visualizing, and downloading location-based open data. You can analyze our data and share your results using web maps, web apps and story maps!


DLmapLibraryDownloadable PDF Map Library Commonly requested maps available in PDF format for download.  (City Limits, ETJ & MUDs, plus Zoning, Land Use, and Neighborhoods)


Coronavirus Map Dashboard showing the distribution of COVID-19 cases across Round Rock and Williamson County


Helpful GIS Links

Though care has been taken to produce these maps and interactive map viewers, the City of Round Rock makes no claim as to the accuracy or completeness of these maps or the data contained within. Parcel data is for informational purposes and does not constitute a legal land boundary survey. Locations of underground utilities are approximate and not intended for construction. Direct questions to the City of Round Rock Geospatial Services Manager, Nathan Smith.