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  • Arbor Day was a HUGE Success!

    On Saturday, April 25, city volunteers planted 166 trees to beautify the City of Round Rock and to better the environment.  The huge 45-gallon trees were planted in Old Settlers Park.  To thank the eco-friendly volunteers, Chick-fil-a gave away free breakfast biscuits.  So, are you bummed about missing out on this years tree ...
  • Happy Earth Day Earthlings!

    Happy Earth Day Earthlings! In celebration of the wonderful world we live in, the City of Round Rock will plant trees to give back to Mother Nature as a way to help the fight to save our planet.  There are a number of ways that you can also help celebrate Earth Day! How about taking your bike to work today or remembering to turn off the ...
  • Skate Park Closed

    The skate park behind the Clay Madsen Recreation Center is closed for repairs from Monday, April 20 to Saturday, May 2.  Crews from the Parks and Recreation Department will be working on the erosion in the park as well as repairing the gate at the front entrance.  While the park receives its makeover, please remember that no one is ...
  • Texas Road Rash 2009

    On this past Sunday, 188 people skated around the City of Round Rock in the annual Texas Road Rash!   From amateurs to professionals, the skaters rolled through the city competing for the fastest times and the worst road rash! After making a mad dash to start off the race, most of the participants stayed on their skates, but a few went ...
  • Skate Park Closes Temporarily for Make Over

    The Round Rock Skate Park is the cool place to be after school and work.  Its always filled with skaters working on their stunts, but it looks like local skaters will have to find another place to practice their moves on wheels.  The skate park will be closed from Monday, April 20 to Saturday, May 2.  The Parks and Recreation ...
  • Play Ball!

    On this past Sunday, Round Rocks new baseball and softball facility gave a whole new meaning to take me out to the ball game! Ninety acres of playing fields were open for business as the first ball was thrown.  With covered bleachers, numerous playgrounds, bright lights, green grass, and smooth dirt, the fields at Old Settlers Park are ...
  • Register for Summer Fun!

    Schools out forever! Well, at least it will be out for the summer in a few short weeks and the Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department has tons of great things planned for the hot months ahead.  Registration for Round Rock citizens begins on Monday and for those who arent residents but are itching to be a part of the fun, you can start ...
  • Brush Recycling Center now open 6 days a week!

    Rush your brush right over to the recycling center thats now open on Wednesdays!  The center accepts tree trimmings, branches, limbs, and other parts of shrubs and trees Monday through Saturday from 9 am to 6 pm.  The City of Round Rock Brush Recycling Center is located at 310 Deepwood Drive, across the street from the Micki Krebsbach ...
  • Teams represent Round Rock in the State 4v4 Flag Football Tournament

    Flag football teams from across the state were in College Station last weekend at the Texas Amateur Athletics Federation (TAAF) Mens 4 X 4 Flag Football State Tournament. Round Rock, the Sports Capital of Texas, sent three teams to compete.  The Boarsmen and The Patriots competed in the Division I pool while Uncle Ricos Revenge ...
  • We've Got Your Big Plans for this Summer!

    Summer is right around the corner and the Parks and Recreation Department (PARD) has the perfect plan for you and your friends to earn some cash!  Every year PARD hires more than 100 pool staff plus another 40 to serve as camp counselors and supervisors.  Where else are you going to get paid to play in the sun? Spring Break is almost ...
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