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New Customer Service Hours at City Hall
Effective January 1, 2019, Rockdale City Hall will have the following customer service hours available to the public for the Lobby, Phone, and Drive-Thru: 8:30 AM-12:30 PM and 1:30 PM-4:30 PM. Alt payment options: dropbox, online payments & bank drafts.
Mr. Waterdrop says...
Hi Folks! Here to remind you that water conservation between November 1 and February 1 will help lower your sewer rate for the next year's average. Don't forget to check for leaky plumbing during this period, too! Additional Info...
Rice Street Water Line Replacement
Replacement of 12" asbestos concrete main trunk line with PVC water line from Cameron Ave to end of Rice St and around corner to Smith Rd. Project begins Nov 6th and takes approx 150 days. During that time, thru traffic diverted & only residents allowed.
San Gabriel Road Replacement
Replacing the broken concrete with asphalt on San Gabriel from Bell to Thrall Street. The project will begin Nov 6th and take approx 150 days. During that time, thru traffic will be diverted & only residents allowed. Disruptions to traffic on that street.
Rockdale Accepted for Wastewater Improvement Projects
The City of Rockdale has been accepted for wastewater system improvement projects. Read on for additional information. Additional Info...
Rice Street and San Gabriel Street Construction Projects
Construction projects are scheduled to begin on November 6, 2018 on Rice Street and San Gabriel Street. See the attached link for more information on letters mailed to residents along the construction route. Additional Info...
Council Approves Application to TWDB
City Council approved the application to the Texas Water Development Board for $45M to address water infrastructure and quality. This multi-year process will eliminate both the red water color & particulates as well as address the failing infrastructure. Additional Info...