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Welcome to the City of Rowlett, Texas!
Just 20 minutes from downtown Dallas north of IH-30, surrounded by more than 30 miles of shoreline on beautiful Lake Ray Hubbard, and home to over 62,000 residents, Rowlett is "On the Water, and On the Move!"
 Rowlett is ranked in the Top 25 "Best Places To Live" by Money Magazine and was designated the "#1 Small City in America to Move to" by Movoto!


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Rowlett News
Friday @ 5 - Friday, February 16
We hope you enjoy reading this weekly update from the City Manager's Office on City operations, projects, and items of community interest! 2-16 Friday @ 5
Online CSS Bill Pay Unavailable Overnight 2/22-2/23 9pm-4am
Planned server maintenance to occur - alternative portal is available for online Customer Self Service (CSS) payments during that time period: https://ipn.paymentus.com/cp/crtx. We appreciate your patience and apologize for any inconvenience! Read on...
Volunteers Needed - Together, Let's Build Scentral Bark!
Saturday February 17: grab a tool belt and your dog-loving friends and volunteer for the ultimate community DIY project...be a part of history by helping to build Rowlett’s first dog park – Scentral Bark! Sign up at www.sachseparkpals.org
NTMWD Annual Chlorine Maintenance begins February 26
The North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) will conduct a chlorine maintenance of its transmission system and its customers’ distribution systems, including the City of Rowlett, from February 26-March 26. Read on...
Free Gardening in North Texas Class - Saturday, March 3
Spring planting season will be here before we know it...this is a great FREE program to help you get the most out of your landscaping efforts! Read on...
Paddle Point Park closed for improvements - 2015 CIP Bond project
The park is closed thru May for parking lot, boat ramp & other improvements. We appreciate your patience, it won't be long before everyone can once again launch here & enjoy the scenery along this official Texas Parks & Wildlife Department Paddling Trail!
Arts & Humanities Commission Young Artists Exhibit
With the goal of recognizing talented young local artists and their art teachers, the AHC invites young artists, K-12th grade (public, private and home-schooled students throughout the Lake Ray Hubbard area), to participate in this annual art exhibit. Read on...

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