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Animal Control ordinance update approved on first reading

Measure addresses microchipping, animals in vehicles, beekeeping and more Round Rock City Council gave the first nod of approval to a proposed ordinance at its Dec. 6 meeting that would clarify existing rules enforced by Animal Control and further protect animals within city limits. The ordinance, which was approved by council members unanimously on first reading, …

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Round Rock City Council voted 6-1 on to approve an ordinance to extend serving hours to 2 a.m.

Second, final reading expected at Dec. 20 meeting The Round Rock City Council voted 6-1 on Thursday, Dec. 6, to approve an ordinance to extend serving hours to 2 a.m. for all restaurants and bars in the city limits. A second and final reading on the ordinance is expected Dec. 20. Currently, only bars and restaurants located …

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Round Rock is growing! Over 113,000 people

Planning and Development Services issues November population estimate 113,603 people now live within the city limits The Planning and Development Services Department generates monthly population estimates and future population projections based on recent development activity. These estimates are adjusted every ten years as decennial Census figures are released. As of November 2018, Round Rock’s estimated …

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City Council approves purchase of right-of-way necessary to extend Kenney Fort Boulevard to SH 45

Segments 2 and 3 Round Rock City Council approved the purchase of right-of-way necessary to extend the existing Kenny Fort Boulevard to SH 45. This project is a part of the Transportation Master Plan. Kenney Fort Blvd. is a planned major arterial roadway that when all segments are completed, will connect Georgetown to Round Rock …

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Council approves Mays Street extension agreement with Williamson County

Four-lane road planned between Paloma and Oakmont Drives The Round Rock City Council approved an interlocal agreement with Williamson County for the North Mays extension project at their regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, October 11. The agreement calls for a four-lane road to be constructed between Paloma Drive and Oakmont Drive. The County will lead …

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