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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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Public Meeting - Texas Policyholder Advocates Insurance Info
Non-profit TPA will provide information about what YOU need to know when navigating the insurance process after the tornado. Thursday, February 11, 6pm at the Rowlett Community Centre (5300 Main Street). More Info...
Utility Bill Historical Data Graph
Due to an exclusion of data by the company that prints City of Rowlett utility bills, your January 2016 statement does not include the historical water consumption bar graph. The graph presents the current month usage only. Read on...
Love Your Neighbor Day - Volunteers Needed!
This Saturday, February 6, 8:30-1, Keep Rowlett Beautiful is sponsoring a neighborhood cleanup day to help those affected by the tornado with their debris removal. Volunteers and lots of trucks and trailers are needed! Want to help? Additional Info...
New Way to Pay Utility Bills - Paymentus!
Mint Bills ends their online & mobile app payment services on 2/19/16. As a result, we are proud to announce our new partnership with Paymentus, which offers enhanced services including recurring credit card payments and the ability to pay by smartphone! Read on...
Governor Abbott Requests Presidential Disaster Declaration
Governor Greg Abbott today declared a state of disaster and requested both Individual and Public Assistance from the President for Dallas and Rockwall counties, along with many other counties throughout Texas. Read on...
Monthly Mayor's Message - Together, We Are Rowlett Strong!
"The damage to homes and businesses is significant and the road to recovery ahead of us will be long. However, the response by volunteers, organizations, businesses, churches, other cities and community partners has been nothing short of incredible..." Read the Mayor's January Newsletter here...
Debris Removal Update from City Manager Brian Funderburk
I wanted to take a moment to let you know that we are aware that the removal of the debris from the December 26th tornado is causing angst among our residents in the tornado zone. We originally estimated ten weeks to complete the debris removal... Read on...

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