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Since the water supply lakes are at full levels, the criteria has been met to lift the restrictions under Stage 1 and return to Conservation Stage watering. The City of Rollingwood is now in Conservation Stage Watering.
Please use water wisely.
Conservation Stage Watering Restrictions Summary
The Rollingwood City Council will be accepting applications from Rollingwood residents who wish to serve for one year on the City Council as an Alderperson until the November 2019 General Election.
Current Alderman Michael Dyson will be vacating his seat to assume the position of mayor, leaving one year remaining on his term as Alderman. The City Council will appoint someone to fill that vacancy at its regular City Council meeting on Novem...
Come Learn about Crime Prevention from the Rollingwood Police Department. Thursday, November 15, 2018, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.Rollingwood Municipal Building, City Council Chambers, 403 Nixon Drive.
Everyone Welcome to Attend.
Find out the latest crime trends,
Learn about safety,
Understand ways to prevent crime, and
Home security tips.
November 15th, 6:00pm to 7:00pm
City Council Chambers
403 Nixon Drive
CEREMONY FOR CITY OF ROLLINGWOOD NEWLY ELECTED OFFICIALS: MICHAEL DYSON, TO THE OFFICE OF MAYOR, GAVIN MASSINGILL, ALDERMAN,SARA HUTSON, ALDERWOMAN AND AMY PATTILLO, ALDERWOMAN.
Everyone is welcome to attend this meeting.
Trimming of Oak Trees in the City of Rollingwood is allowed from July 1st to January 31st. Please see the Oak Wilt Ordinance 2016-03-16(A) for more information or contact City Staff at 512-327-1838.
Under the State Code, a governing body of a municipality that declares a lower speed limit on a highway or part of a highway under Subsection (b-1) or (b-3), shall publish a report that compares for each of the two previous calendar years:
(1) the number of traffic citations issued by peace officers of the municipality and the alleged speed of the vehicles, for speed limit violations on the highway or part of the highway;
(2) the number of warning citations issued by peace officers of ...
Dear Rollingwood,There have been numerous posts and emails regarding a recent flurry of coyote sightings and encounters in Rollingwood. The City of Rollingwood practices an attitude of tolerance for and co-existence with coyotes, with an emphasis on educa...
THE POLICE DEPARTMENT IS PROVIDING INFORMATION, GUIDELINES, CODES AND STATE STATUTES ON POCKET BIKES AND MINIMOTORBIKES.
Pocket bikes are defined in the City Code to match the State definition of the term. Pocket bikes are prohibited by the City Code on streets, bicycle paths, and sidewalks. In addition, City Code Section 1.10.088 provides in pertinent part: "No pocket...