Round Rock ranked No. 4 most affordable city for groceries in America

Are y’all bready for this? Round Rock was just ranked one of the most affordable cities for groceries in America – steaking its claim at No. 4.

The ranking, published by Rent.com, looked at cost of living data on 257 cities across the country and ranked them based on the affordability of a variety of different grocery items.

The ten most affordable were:

  1. Temple, TX
  2. Waco, TX
  3. Kalamazoo, MI
  4. Round Rock, TX
  5. Harlingen, TX
  6. McAllen, TX
  7. Lynchburg, VA
  8. San Marcos, TX
  9. Salina, KS
  10. Wichita Falls, TX

Pretty eggcelent news if we do say so ourselves.

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GOOD THINGS COME TO THOSE WHO SHOP

Want better roads? How about better parks? All you have to do is Shop the Rock. Seriously, head over to the outlets and buy those shoes, or venture downtown for lunch. It doesn’t matter if you are shopping, dining or getting a haircut your dollars are helping to pay it forward and build our community. What makes this possible? Sales tax. Though it may be the least sexy tax, it is the hardest working one. So next time you see a shirt you love, buy it. Your city will thank you.

  • Make some serious transportation improvements, $582 million worth to be exact.
  • Save your money on property taxes, 15 cents and counting!
  • Better your quality of life and lower your cost of living.