If you’re moving to Round Rock and don’t know where to start then this link list should point you in the right direction. Moving to any area of Austin can be a daunting task if you don’t know the area and no need to fret, Sir Austin is here to help! Below is a list of links that any new Round Rock mover should know about when moving to the area. If you have any additional questions then be sure to contact us!
The Round Rock Police Department is here to serve and protect and as one of the safest cities to live in central Texas, they’re definitely on top of their jobs! The department also offers community outreach programs as well.
The Round Rock Fire Department not only has the tall task of keeping Round Rock residents safe, it also provides a number of fire safety courses throughout the year that help educate families on fire safety and protocols.
The Round Rock Independent School District has a number of accolades to brag about. They send one of the highest number of students to UT Austin and have a staff full of award winning teachers! Could you?
Remembering to pay your utility bills can be a real drag but don’t worry because the Round Rock utilities department goes out of its way to make bill paying a snap with a number of different autopay options that you can set up.
Collecting trash is a logistically intensive process and one that the Round Rock Solid Waste Department has mastered. From an auto pay system to timely garbage and recycling they have your trash needs handled.
The Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department manages a number of different public places that are sure to be fun for the whole family. From sprawling parks and trails to a cutting edge recreation center, there’s always something to do!
The Round Rock City Council prides itself on its open form of government. From public mettings where citizens can air their grievances to other open meetings that show the sausage making of government at work.
The Round Rock Public Library houses more than just an impressive archive of information to explore. They also provide a number of family-friendly educational classes throughout the year that focus on fostering a love of reading for children.
The above links are required for new Round Rock movers but if you’re looking for something fun to do in Round Rock then be sure to check out the links below! From hanging out late night at the Round Rock Plaza to bringing the kids to the many public pools that are available, you can rest assured that Round Rock has something fun to do for the young and old alike!
Old Settlers Park is the crowning jewel of parks in the Round Rock area, known for its sports complex.
The Round Rock Dog Depot is hottest place to be seen for the pampered pouch, watch your puppys popularity sore!
It’s like Sir always says, skate or die bro! Wait, are the kids still saying that these days? Either way this skatepark is awesome!
If you’re ready to blaze some trails in Round Round then this is the place to start. The city has miles of trails to explore.
The Clay Madsen Rec Center is one of Round Rocks premiere sports complexes and has everything you need.
The Rock’n River Water Park is one of the best water parks in all of Austin. We’re talkin wet and wild fun!
There are a number of public pools in the Roud Rock area to enjoy. Here’s a list of all of them…Enjoy!
There are a ton of super fun summer camps to attend in the Round Rock area that foster life long bonds for the little ones.
Round Rock has a number of different public plazas to visit with the family, here’s where to find more about them.
The Allen Baca Senior Center is a great place for meet and greets with other active senior citizens.
If you’re looking for a place to throw your next party in Round Rock then look no further than this link.
The Round Rock Play For All Park is a universally accessible park that is near and dear to Sir Austin’s heart!
This is a cool video that we found on YouTube that gives a quick overview of what you can expect when moving to the Round Rock area. If you want to see other cool guides on Round Rock then be sure to check out Sir Austin’s blog for more info!