City facilities, including City Hall, Municipal Court, Rowlett Community Centre, Library and the Animal Shelter will be closed on Monday, January 16 in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday. Trash pickup will run on schedule.
Learn how to become more involved in your hometown by serving on the City Council, read about the new self-checkout service at the Rowlett Library, see Light Up Rowlett and Volunteer of the Year award winners, find out about CERT and CPA classes and more!
Tuesday, January 177:30 P.M.City Hall, 4000 Main Street
Mayor Todd Gottel presents this annual address at the second regular City Council meeting in January. Citizens and visitors are encouraged to attend this special meeting to hear his report on ...Read on...
The Citizen’s Police Academy begins February 9, registration is open now through Jan. 31. Come learn more about the Rowlett Police Department’s operations during this fun and interactive 12-week course.
The election for City Council will be held on May 6, 2017. For more information about the election and becoming a candidate, visit the Elections page on the City's website.
It's been one year since the tornado. This month, Mayor Gottel takes a look back and celebrates how far we have come by working together as a community!
Two new neighborhood beautification awards debut: Property of the Season and the Lone Star Smart Yard will be presented to those who go “Above and Beyond” in their efforts to maintain their property!