Special mid-week edition sharing all of the COVID-19 City operation information and actions to date.
Emergency Business Assistance Program provides financial help to Dallas County small businesses that have been adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and that have been unable to obtain financial assistance to meet all of their business needs.
This month, Mayor Dana-Bashian highlights the complex issue of water. Learn about the City's AMI system - a great tool to help track and control water usage; your water rates; and find tips to help conserve water while navigating the hot summer months!
2020 theme is Imagine Your Story! This year, the Library may doing things a little differently, but there are still plenty of fun programs and prizes to foster and encourage a love of reading.
Haley Hippo and the whole Wet Zone gang is excited to welcome you back! Please check out the new hours and limited operations info.
Water customers (YOU!) have the ability to access your water consumption online. In fact, the system reads every hour so you can get real-time usage information, allowing you to spot and repair potential leaks before they result in a higher bill!
Share your expertise, experience and insight as members of a City Board or Commission. While the time commitment is minimal, the opportunity to make a difference in YOUR community is significant. Applications due by August 14.
The US Census Bureau has launched the 2020 Census – a national effort to count every person living in the United States.
Governor Greg Abbott has issued Executive Order GA-29 requiring all Texans to wear a face covering over the nose and mouth in public spaces, with few exceptions, in counties with 20 or more positive COVID-19 cases.
Read the FAQ and learn more about Senate Bill 2, the disaster provisions it contains, and how it affects the City's ad valorem tax rate.
Facts regarding the virus and how to prevent it, what to do in the event you or a family member become ill, and many other resources including the latest news concerning our community.
Weekly wrap-up of City operations, projects, and meetings, along with the COVID-19 information and actions to date.
Bulk Pickup UpdateWith everyone at home, this means more time to work in the yard and more time to do some spring cleaning. This also means there are more piles and more “stuff” put out for FCC to pick up, which results in fu...
The City of Rowlett has named current Interim Director of Public Works, Gary Enna, Director of Public Works. An accomplished senior local government executive, Mr. Enna joined the Rowlett team in December 2016 and has served as Rowlett’s Interim...
In February 2020, after concluding at a hearing that North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) rates were adverse to the public interest, the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) agreed to initiate a cost-of-service hearing sought by the City of Rowlett a...
Mosquito season is upon us! Do your part to control them - 2 FREE dunks are available while supplies last to Rowlett residents with a current utility bill or ID. Call 972-412-6125 for pick up at Community Development, 5702 Rowlett Rd., Mon- Fri 8a – 4p.
East bound lanes from Fire Station 1 to Skyline shift to the west bound side through the end of May (weather permitting). Motorists will have one lane of travel in each direction.
Beginning 5-20-20, the left lane in both directions will be closed...
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. This designation was made possible after sever...
Our Texas Smart Yard Award recognizes Rowlett residents whose yards are in harmony with native flora, soil, and topography. Residents who use these smart practices save on electricity, water, and sewer costs - and support our local ecosystems!
Check out the Community Dashboard* to stay up to date on the City of Rowlett’s Strategic Plan. The dashboard illustrates important key results and highlights the accomplishments City staff is making to help Rowlett become The Place to Live, Work...
The City of Rowlett Strategic Plan is a visionary long-term plan covering every aspect of the City, providing vision and structure for our continued collaboration, goal-setting, and progress across all areas of local government.
Formally adopted by the Rowlett City Council on March 19, the Comprehensive Plan is one of several guiding documents that communicates the City’s vision and sets its policy focus regarding land use and development goals for the future.
Create your AMI profile today...water customers (YOU!) now have the ability to access water consumption online!In fact, the system reads every hour so you can get real-time usage information. Simply create an account at www.rowlett.com/AMI, set up your al...