The Community Development Division consists of a Community Development Administrator, Neighborhood Services Coordinator and Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Coordinator. Together this team helps to revitalize neighborhood and commercial areas within the City using Federal grant and City of Round Rock funds.
Since its inception in 2012, Neighborhood Services has developed programs and services for active and engaged neighborhoods to revitalize themselves using community resources.
- The Neighborhood Movie Chest is available to Neighborhoods and HOAs that are organizing a community movie night. The kit allows neighborhoods to create their own event to bring neighbors together.
- The Tool Lending Center is designed to be deployed for organized projects such as neighborhood cleanups or other beautification projects where volunteers (scouts, church groups, school groups, etc.) are organized and available. For neighborhood cleanups, tools will be available for residents of that neighborhood to checkout.
- The Curb Painting Program was initiated to improve safety in Round Rock neighborhoods by making sure that the Fire Department, EMS, and Police can quickly locate homes in an emergency. Neighborhood volunteers can borrow the all-inclusive kit at no cost to begin painting addresses within their neighborhood.
- Round Rock UniverCity is a 10 week program to educate residents on the operations of the City. Residents will receive an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look into City operations within each of its departments.
Community Development Block Grants
The Community Development Office improves the quality of life in existing Round Rock neighborhoods by providing services to individuals and families, and reinvesting in neighborhood improvements. The Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) program emphasizes participation and representation of the target population(s). Round Rock has used its annual CDBG grant funds to provide housing programs, infrastructure, parks, entrepreneurial opportunities and public services to assist low and moderate income residents.
This division is currently in the process of developing a commercial redevelopment program designed to revitalize older commercial areas within the City as well as to help facilitate vacancy issues for key commercial zones.
Community Development Division
221 E. Main Street
Round Rock,Texas 78664