City facilities expected to reopen in coming weeks
The City of Round Rock will begin to open facilities in the coming days and weeks following recent announcements by Governor Greg Abbott about a phased-in approach to reopening the Texas economy.
City staff are currently preparing for and implementing the recommended health protocols outlined in Governor Abbott’s recent executive order to ensure the openings will include proper health and safety protocols.
City Hall, Library
In conjunction with Phase II of the Governor’s plan, which is expected to be implemented starting May 18, Round Rock City Hall and the Round Rock Public Library will reopen to the public with appropriate, recommend social distancing guidelines in effect. Until then, the Library will continue to serve customers through its curbside pickup service, online programming, and telephone and email reference service. Returns may be made through the outside book drop. More Library news and services
Parks and Recreation
Starting May 4, certain outdoor facilities will begin to open with social distancing guidelines in effect. City soccer fields, softball fields, baseball fields, football fields and tennis courts will be open available for group instruction with a limitation of four per group, and pavilions at City parks will be open for small group rentals. Rental information
The City’s Sports Management and Tourism Department will also soon begin facility rentals to small groups. To inquire about a rental, email [email protected] or [email protected].
Decisions regarding other public facilities, including Clay Madsen Recreation Center and the Allen R. Baca Center, will be made in the coming weeks; for the latest information on facility closures and openings, visit roundrocktexas.gov/coronavirus.
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