you bought it, we built it

You know that shirt you just bought? Well, it helped improve our infrastructure. In fact, any time you shop the rock we are able to reinvest in the community, making it a win-win for all of us. Curious to know more about what we built with what you bought? Read on for the latest news.

Parks & Recreation

Parks maintenance program in full swing

The City is moving along with its Parks Repair and Replacement Program, as a dozen parks and facilities have been revitalized, including major improvements to Lake Creek Park and Veterans Park. Thanks to folks who Shop the Rock, the City Council is able to allocate $750,000 a year to keep Round Rock Parks well maintained and up to date. Additionally, the City is currently making improvements to the Old Settlers Park parking lots with trail and handicapped…

Parks project overview

Here’s an overview of the major projects, funded through a 2103 bond election, that will expand and improve Round Rock’s amazing parks system. Brushy Creek Regional Trail, $1.9 million for land acquisitions and construction of regional trail and amenities from Veterans Park to Rabb Park. Heritage Trail, $17 million for construction for trail from Mays Street to Georgetown Street and Mays Street to Old Town near Bathing Beach. Lake Creek Trail, $2 million for connection…

New trail coming to flood-damaged Bradford Park

The City recently awarded a contract to Myers Concrete Construction to repair the trail damaged by the Memorial Day floods at Bradford Park. The $115,000 contract will replace the old trail, which was crushed granite, with a concrete trail that should be able to weather the next storm just fine.