Round Rock launches virtual open house for Stormwater Master Plan
The City of Round Rock is working on an update to its Stormwater Master Plan and is asking for public feedback on drainage and flooding across the community.
The plan aims to update the Stormwater Master Plan previously completed in 2014, which provided a cohesive guide to help the City plan for long-term management of its stormwater system. The plan identifies issues such as maintenance of existing infrastructure, solving historically established flooding problems and strategic regional projects to promote economic development in targeted growth areas. As conditions have changed over time, the update aims to reassess creeks within the City limits with updated data to evaluate potential flood and erosion risks, along with creating a list of areas in need of minor maintenance.
Round Rock is seeking input from all residents to help guide recommendations for the plan. To participate and learn more, visit publicinput.com/rrstormwater.
If you need assistance with accessing the virtual open house and answering the survey, please contact Mark Lewis at [email protected].
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Source: City of Round Rock