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Round Rock is a city near Austin, Texas. It's known for its outdoor activities and historic sites. The Round Rock, a large stone in Brushy Creek, marks the site where wagons made low-water crossings in the 19th century. Nearby, Chisholm Trail Crossing Park has plaques detailing the city’s cattle-driving history. Old Settlers Park includes baseball fields, playgrounds, a disc golf course and a fish-stocked lake.
Today, Round Rock is a vibrant community in the Greater Austin metropolitan area that marks the crossroads of Texas lifestyle and technology. Round Rock resides in Williamson County (with a small part in Travis County), which is a part of the Greater Austin metropolitan area.
With so much growth moving north of Austin, Round Rock has been a major focus of developers who found available land to build communities that offer exceptional schools, exciting shopping and dining, parks and greenbelts, and the kind of lifestyle that young professionals desire. Master-planned communities in Round Rock include Teravista, Paloma Lake, Forest Creek, Mayfield Ranch and Siena.
Round Rock is the first area that new residents consider due to the publicity the city has received from Forbes Magazine's designation of Round Rock as the #1 metro area for jobs. Newcomers moving to the Austin area should consider Round Rock for its wide variety of housing options and lifestyle amenities.
Round Rock residences include both modest, ranch-style 1-story homes and Tuscan-inspired mansions or grand estates. While architectural styles vary due to the variety of local custom home builders, many homes in this area have brick, stone and stucco exteriors that complement the Central Texas native shrubs and grasses that cover lots in these developments.
Major employers include Dell, Round Rock Premium Outlets, Ascension Seton Williamson, Baylor Scott & White Healthcare, St. David’s Round Rock Medical Center, Amazon and UPS. Its combined property tax and utility rates are among the lowest in the region. It has an award-winning park system, school district and is one of the safest cities with a population of at least 100,000 population in the United States.
Round Rock is the one of the fastest growing cities in the nation, and one of the best-managed cities in Texas. The City has maintained a high quality of life while becoming a major center for economic growth in Central Texas, with industry clusters in Innovative Manufacturing, Life Sciences and Healthcare, Professional/Financial Services and Technology and Computing.
Sports lovers can indulge in the many sporting options located in Round Rock. Round Rock has hosted some of the biggest youth and recreational sports tournaments for athletes from all over the world at the Round Rock Sports Center and Round Rock Multipurpose Complex. Dell Diamond is the home stadium of the Round Rock Express, the Triple-A Minor League Baseball affiliate of the Texas Rangers and was recently ranked No. 4 on a list of the top Minor League Baseball parks in the U.S. Award-winning Forest Creek Golf Club is a destination for Central Texas golfers following its $5.1 million renovation in 2018.
Round Rock has been ranked one of the safest cities with a population of 100,000 or more in the United States since 2007, with 90% of the residents rating the city as feeling "safe" or "very safe" within the community, in downtown Round Rock and in the local parks and recreation centers.
The City of Round Rock’s property tax rate is one of the lowest in the region, thanks to the City’s long history of strong, proactive financial management and policies. Also, residents of Round Rock pay one of the lowest combined average monthly utility and tax costs in Central Texas.
Active residents and families can spend time at and enjoy any of the 34 parks and trail systems that run throughout the city. With over 1700 acres of parks and greenspace, Round Rock residents and locals can enjoy outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking, picnic areas, playscapes and jogging trails. Old Settler's Park, with 570-acres of rolling hills and natural grasslands, is a favorite of many in the community.
Round Rock School District
Round Rock ISD serves students in Round Rock. Schools for young students include Teravista (K-5), Old Town (K-5), England (K-5) and Blackland Prairie Elementary (K-5). Older students attend Hopewell (6-8), Walsh (6-8), Cedar Valley (6-8) and Ridgeview (6-8) middle schools and Stony Point (9-12), Round Rock (9-12) and Cedar Ridge (9-12) high schools. Round Rock private school options include several Montessori schools as well as Round Rock Christian Academy (K-12).
Round Rock Neighborhood & Location
Round Rock resides in Williamson County's 78681, 78626, 78664, 78665, and 78775 zip codes. From Downtown Austin, take I-35 North to Exit 252B onto I-35 Frontage Road in Round Rock. Take Round Rock Ave and W Main Street into the Downtown Round Rock area.
Popular neighborhoods and communities that are nearby to Round Rock include North Austin, Pflugerville, Georgetown, Brushy Creek, Forest Grove, Stone Canyon, Star Ranch, Stone Oak, Chandler Creek, Mesa Park and South Creek.
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