The mission of the Community Development Division is to enhance the quality of life for Round Rock neighborhoods and help revitalize commercial corridors.
The Community Development Division consists of a Community Development Administrator, two Neighborhood Services Coordinators and a 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.
Who we are
This division is currently in the process of developing a program designed to revitalize older commercial areas within the City as well as to help facilitate vacancy issues for key commercial zones.
Community Development Block Grants
The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program is a federal grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development that is made available to the City of Round Rock annually. These funds are primarily meant to benefit low to moderate income residents.
The City of Round Rock distributes the CDBG funds to nonprofit social service organizations in order to further the program’s goals and provide much needed services to the low income residents of Round Rock. Currently the following programs are being funded with the CDBG grant:
Community Development Administrator
Since its inception in 2012, Neighborhood Services has developed programs and services for active and engaged neighborhoods to revitalize themselves using community resources. Some of our programs are listed below. Please visit the Neighborhood Services page for a full listing.
Community Development Division