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Welcome to the City of Rowlett, Texas!
Just 20 minutes from downtown Dallas north of IH-30, surrounded by more than 30 miles of shoreline on beautiful Lake Ray Hubbard, and home to over 58,000 residents, Rowlett is "On the Water, and On the Move!"
 Rowlett is ranked in the Top 25 "Best Places To Live" by Money Magazine and was designated the "#1 Small City in America to Move to" by Movoto!


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Rowlett News
Springfield Park and Community Parks are Closed
The recent rainfall has increased flooding at Springfield Park. Please be aware that the park is now closed until further notice! Community Park has also been closed. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.
May Monthly Mayor's Message - All About Bayside!
Read all about the future of Bayside, formerly known as the Elgin B. Robertson property! Once developed, it will become a regional destination with housing, hotels, shopping, dining and resort-style amenities that will make Rowlett citizens proud! May Monthly Mayor's Message
May issue of Rowlett on the Move
Read about the Bond & Local Option Election results, the lifting of water restrictions and $6.97 monthly surcharge, Memorial Day/Touch a Truck and Fireworks at Bayside events, Wet Zone opens for summer, Library programming at the RCC and so much more! May Rowlett on the Move
Rowlett Library Closed for the Month of May
The Library is relocating to 5702 Rowlett Road and will be closed during May while moving. Previously checked-out materials should be returned to the Rowlett Community Centre, Storytimes and Family Saturday programs will be held there as well! Read on...
Camp Rowlett - Summer Fun in Your Own Hometown!
Are you ready for the Summer? The City of Rowlett has a "camp" for every member of the family! "Every Hero Has A Story!" Summer Reading Program at the Library, SOAR Day Camps and sports & music camps at the Community Centre, just to name a few! Read on...
Water Restrictions Lifted, Effective May 1!
On April 10, the North Texas Municipal Water District announced that, due to all the rain North Texas has received this spring, they are lifting all water restrictions effective May 1 and up to twice-weekly landscape watering will once again be allowed! Read on...

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