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    City of Rowlett Holiday Events Update

    City of Rowlett Parks and Recreation invites you to join us as we safely celebrate the holidays. The COVID-19 pandemic means we won’t be gathering as a community the way we normally do – but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy the season! Read on...
  2. City of Rowlett Notice

    City of Rowlett Offices & Facilities Closed Friday, Dec. 4, 11:30am-1:30pm

    City facilities will be closed during this time to allow all City employees to (virtually, this year!) enjoy the Annual Employee Holiday Luncheon held in their honor. Emergency services will remain in operation, please call 9-1-1 in case of emergency.
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    Annual Rowlett Police Officers Association Holiday Toy Drive

    Help give a less fortunate child living in Rowlett a Merry Christmas this year. Drop off toys and gifts at the Rowlett Police Station 24/7, or at any of the four Fire Stations. Read on...
  4. City of Rowlett Notice

    Rowlett Municipal Court Temporarily Closed to the Public

    Operations will continue virtually - documents and payments can still be submitted by mail, email, and fax, or by using the drop box in the lobby. Fines can also be paid online. Additional Info...
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    PUC Rules in Favor of Motion to Dismiss

    The Public Utilities Commission has unanimously approved the NTMWD’s motion to dismiss the petition filed in December, 2016 by the member cities of Plano, Garland, Mesquite and Richardson seeking relief from the Take or Pay contract provision. More info...
  6. Shop Local

    ROBUST Grant Recipients

    Earlier this year, after recognizing that our small businesses were suffering negative financial impacts resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, the City Council felt strongly that our business community needed our support... Read on...
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    November Mayor's Spotlight - A CIP Update

    This month, Mayor Dana-Bashian provides an update on the streets, parks and public safety capital projects included in the 2018 bond initiative. Read it here...
  8. Sharon Phillips - Spirit of Rowlett award winner

    November Spirit of Rowlett Award - Sharon Phillips

    Congratulations to Sharon Phillips, this month's Spirit of Rowlett Award winner! This award is to publicly recognize ordinary residents doing extra-ordinary things in our community, and the recipients are nominated by YOU – the citizens of Rowlett. Read on...
  9. Angie Smith

    Angie Smith Named Deputy City Manager

    In this role, Ms. Smith will act as the number two official in city administration and will have executive oversight of the Public Works and Utilities, Parks and Recreation, Library, Information Technology, and Human Resources Departments. Read on...
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    Rowlett Fire Department Awarded $2.65 Million SAFER Grant

    Second grant award in 3 years! Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) grant from FEMA will allow the Fire Department to strengthen the safety of our community, place additional firefighters on duty, and prepare for the future. Read on...
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    Utility Bill Assistance

    The health and well-being of our customers and our community is our top priority. We understand the concern and uncertainty you may be experiencing regarding and are committed to remaining responsive to the needs to our customers. Read on...
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    Rowlett Designated AARP Age-Friendly Community

    On Tuesday, February 4, the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities welcomed the City of Rowlett as their 431st member, and the first new member for 2020. Read on...
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