These subscription databases can be used remotely with an active Round Rock Public Library Card. Members of the public without library cards are welcome to use these resources on the public computers inside the library.
Primary sources give insight into relations between Native Americans and Europeans from earliest contact through the present.
Through primary sources, explore pioneers, frontier life, the Wild West, the Gold Rush, and outlaws.
Contains citations for books, essays, articles and government documents for all aspects of Native American life.
Explore social, political, and economic current events and issues as well as controversial opinions and viewpoints.
Find information on distance calculators, gazetteers, glossaries, latitude and longitude, sun and moon rise/set calculators, and tides.
The PCL Map Collection includes more than 250,000 maps.
A roundup of all the cultural resources available in the Round Rock area.
The Williamson Museum collects, preserves, and exhibits items relating to the rich culture and heritage of Williamson County.
The City of Round Rock Geographic Information Systems (GIS) provides data on City parcels, zoning, streets, utilities, etc. This data is available to you through the interactive mapping websites, data warehouse, and downloadable PDF maps.
Area GIS for surrounding cities and Williamson County.