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Storm Water Survey
The City of Round Rock would like to gauge public knowledge and awareness of storm water issues in the area. This information will be used to develop our public awareness efforts.


The City of Round Rock encourages responsible development within the City. We are eager to improve our process regarding all aspects of development. To that end, we ask that anyone who has participated in our development review process to please provide us with their feedback.
 
The City of Round Rock's Parks and Recreation Department offers swim lessons for all ages. Please take a moment to give us your feedback on the program. Your responses help us to make the program better.
 
The City of Round Rock is committed to providing exemplary service to our customers. Your feedback is important to help us improve our service. Please take a moment to fill out this brief survey about your experience with the City.

If you need prompt assistance for an issue, please contact a staff member directly. If you have a comment on a development project, please take our development survey.
 
Thanks for attending the fourth annual Family Campout event. The Parks and Recreation Department needs your help in improving the program. Please take a few minutes to fill out the following survey so we can serve you better. Thanks in advance for your time!
 
Parks and Recreation is taking on a NEW and EXCITING event, but it does not have a name yet! Please help us by either voting for your favorite or give us your idea for a new one!

About the event:

The [insert bike ride name] is a non-competitive family bike ride and block party at night through the beautiful areas of Round Rock. The ride will start and finish at the McConico Plaza and tour around the City, all under the twinkling Texas stars. Glow-in-the-dark bike gear and flashing lights are encouraged! Bike helmets and bicycle or helmet lights are required.

Adding frivolity to this summer night ride:  Bicycle Safety Check – Don’t let your bike ruin your ride. Tire and brake checks and helmet checks courtesy of area bike shops.  Light Your Ride Contest – Spiff up your bike with glow-in-the-dark gear and flashing lights of all colors. There will be a prize for the best tricked out bike!  Featured Pit Stops – Multiple sponsors along the way add fun to the ride.  Family Festivities – Music, Refreshments, Family Activities, including an Inflatable Obstacle Course, Face Painting, Lawn Games, Children’s Crafts, and Fun!

 
Thanks for attending the second annual Youth Fishing Derby event. The Parks and Recreation Department needs your help in improving the program. We do what we can to improve everyone’s chances of catching a fish, but we can’t make the fish bite. Please take a few minutes to fill out the following survey so we can serve you better. Thanks in advance for your time!
 
Help us pick a new tagline for the Parks and Recreation Department! Pick your favorite from the list of choices.
 
Thanks for joining us for the Night Rider Family Bike Ride 2014. Your feedback will help us make the event even better for your enjoyment!
 
The City of Round Rock was recently contacted by residents along Winding Way about heavy truck traffic and high traffic volumes and speeds on this street. They attributed this problem to cut-through traffic moving between Red Bud Lane and High Country Boulevard, especially when northbound Red Bud traffic was backed up at the Gattis School Road signal.

A traffic study showed a much higher number of vehicles than expected and while the speeds observed did not meet the Traffic Calming program's definition of a problem almost 20 percent of drivers were at or over 30 mph. The real causes of these problems are external to the neighborhood and stem from the fact that this area is at the nexus of Round Rock and Pflugerville city limits and also sits on the Williamson and Travis county line. The lack of connecting frontage roads along SH45 Toll between Red Bud Lane and Donnell Drive is also a strong contributing factor to this problem.

The City of Round Rock does not have sole authority over the toll road connection or the Gattis School/Red Bud Intersection which are the major factors to the traffic situation. While the City of Round Rock leads the discussions with our neighboring jurisdictions for long term solutions we are also working on a potential short term alleviation in the form of an engineering traffic calming solution.

Please take a moment to review the documents listed below and answer our short survey.
 

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