About Rollingwood, Texas
The City of Rollingwood is a community rich in heritage and tradition. Founded and developed in 1955 by George Hatley, and incorporated as a City in 1963, this community of 1,450 residents is positioned on the West bank of Lake Austin and part of the highly acclaimed Eanes Independent School District. Rollingwood is located six miles west of Austin and only minutes from the State Capitol. Rollingwood serves as home to a diverse population and features a unique mix of residential architecture. Like many small fully developed communities across the country, Rollingwood is discovering new possibilities as its redevelops. A recently developed commercial district featuring eateries, retail businesses and professional offices has helped position Rollingwood as a vibrant community for the future.
Rollingwood maintains its own police services and provides water, sewer and garbage services.
Rollingwood is located above the Edwards Aquifer. The amount of land area in Rollingwood is 1.69 sq. kilometers. The distance from Rollingwood to Washington DC is 1349 miles. The distance to the Texas state capital is 3 miles (as the crow flies). Rollingwood is positioned 30.27 degrees north of the equator and 97.78 degrees west of the prime meridian.