| Boil Water Notices
| Water Quality
| ConservationWater Re-Use
| Water Resources
| Water Treatment Process
| Line Locates
The City's peak demand on water occurs each year during the summer months, when demand is at its highest. To learn about how you can use less water, go to roundrocktexas.gov/waterconservation. The easiest way to conserve water is to irrigate your landscape only when needed, not more than twice per week, and not water between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m., when temperatures are hottest.
|Residential Odd-Numbered Address||Wednesday and/or Saturday |
|Residential Even-Numbered Address||Thursday and/or Sunday|
|Commercial, Industrial, Multifamily,|
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Our water rate structure is designed to encourage conservation as well, with heavy users charged increasingly higher rates during the watering season. The rates below are per 1,000 gallons. To estimate how much you could pay under the rates, approved by the City Council in March, use the calculator at roundrocktexas.gov/mybill.
Water use, sources
The chart below shows average daily use of our water customers.
This chart shows the current level at Lake Georgetown, where Round Rock gets most of its water.
When demand is high, the City pumps water into Lake Georgetown from Lake Stillhouse Hollow. The City also supplements our lake water supplies with water from the Edwards Aquifer.