Beginning September 29, 2023, the City of Rowlett will implement new business hours, open to serve customers Monday-Friday, 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM.
The City moved to a 4-day work week last October to increase staff retention and recruitment in a high...
The Public Works Department has made it easier to report issues you might come across while out and about in Rowlett! Check out the CitizenVUE web portal, and download the mobile app on Apple, Windows, and Google Play.
Mental health issues are not signs of weakness or low levels of resilience. First responders have very important jobs - jobs that potentially require them to experience stressful and traumatic situations daily. Even first responders who are trained to han...
Being a first responder carries a significant amount of stress. Our duty extends beyond personal preferences, as we must watch over our colleagues. It is crucial that we remain vigilant and observant for the signs of Post Traumatic Stress in our peers:&am...
At their board meeting on September 20, the North Texas Municipal Water District made the decision to deny Rowlett's petition for annexation as a member of the district.
Join us in Downtown Rowlett every Friday night in September for live music, food trucks, family fun and games!
Beginning Friday, September 29, 2023, the City of Rowlett will implement new business hours, open to serve customers Monday-Friday, 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM.
The City moved to a 4-day work week last October to increase staff retention and recruitment i...
The total Fiscal Year 2024 Budget is $173.6 million. Fiscal Year 2024 begins October 1, 2023.
Beginning September 18, the City Council will expand their meeting schedule to two nights to allow the time necessary to fully discuss items presented on Work Session agendas.
Weekly wrap-up of City operations, projects, events, news, and meetings. Great info - all in one place!
Shop a variety of hand-made crafts, produce, flowers, meats, honey, eggs, & more! From pumpkin spice cupcakes to decorative fall wreaths, our market is a great way to celebrate the fall season every Thursday evening in Downtown Rowlett!
Keep Rowlett Beautiful sponsors this program 9am-Noon at the RCC - come learn about creating your own pollinator gardens, get natural landscaping tips, and find out about the global nature recovery plan where people, economies and nature thrive together.
Take your lunch break outside and enjoy the beautiful beginning of fall! Enjoy a variety of food trucks, live music and games in Downtown Rowlett (4000 Main St)every Monday in October from 11am-2pm.
The Rowlett Police Department invites you and your neighborhood to participate in National Night Out, an annual event sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch.
National Night Out is designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness; gener...
Keep Rowlett, Garland & Dallas Beautiful partner to host this annual lake shore cleanup event. Volunteers are invited to join in and clear out the litter that flows down Rowlett Creek and into Lake Ray Hubbard!
Keep Rowlett Beautiful hosts this popular event, which allows us to get rid of old electronics cluttering up our homes in an environmentally safe manner. Document shredding is also offered, 3 boxes free. 9am-1pm at Rowlett HS.
Mayor Margolis, Mayor Pro Tem Deb Shinder, and Councilmember Elise Bowers share their insights, experiences and perspectives serving our community. Learn more about your local government, key initiatives, and the incredible individuals shaping Rowlett!
Thanks to everyone who joined us at the Town Hall Meeting on September 13! If you were unable to attend but still want to keep up with all that's going on in YOUR hometown, we recorded it just for you!
Due to the low water level in Lake Ray Hubbard, the public boat ramp at Sapphire Bay Marina is no longer a safe option for launching and has been temporarily closed. We’ll provide a status update once lake levels rise, and the ramp can be reopened.
We're so happy to celebrate the Frias and Schwab families, our two Spring Rowlett Smart Yard Award winners! This award recognizes the outstanding effort made by local residents who maintain their green spaces using environmentally sound principles.
To facilitate the earthwork preparation and concrete paving of the westbound Miller Road lanes and the northern segment of Chiesa Road, the contractor will be closing the existing Miller and Chiesa Road intersection on Monday, August 7 for approximately 1...
Rowlett has purchased 6602 Dalrock Road, formerly a Chase Bank branch. This facility will become the future Utility Billing Office and will also serve as a voting location for Rowlett residents in Rockwall County. Anticipated opening is early October.
Keep up with any heat advisories in effect, find resources to help keep you safe during our hot Texas summers, and get information regarding drought and water conservation.
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. Stop by Community Development, 5702 Rowlett Rd., Mon-Thur 8a – 6p to pick up yours!
Work will extend from the Oncor Rowlett substation (across from the Community Centre) to Lake Ray Hubbard. Tree trimming will occur, this is required for access to facilities and for the safety of crews working on the upgrade project.
Rowlett's water is extensively tested to ensure the system consistently maintains a “Superior” rating. This is the highest rating for water quality issued by the State of Texas!