The City of Round Rock wants to know how you and your family are being affected by COVID-19.
The City of Round Rock has taken a number of steps to deal with the health threat posed by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and is monitoring information from the Texas Department of State Heath Services (DSHS) and CDC, as well as coordinating with the Williamson County Cities and Health District and state health officials.

Now, the City is asking for your input to better understand how pandemic is impacting our residents.

Here are just a few questions we're asking:

What are your household’s biggest concerns right now regarding COVID-19?
Where do you go to get up-to-date information on COVID-19?
Are you or someone in your household facing (or likely to face) employment challenges due to COVID-19?
What are your ideas for supporting others in your community right now?
City takes measures to prevent spread of COVID-19
The City of Round Rock has taken a number of steps to deal with the health threat posed by the Coronavirus (COVID-19), including closing walk-in traffic to lobbies at City buildings effective Thursday, March 19. A number of events and activities have been canceled, and we are continuing to aggressively share information on the virus from trusted public health agencies. Check out our C oronavirus Information Page for the latest news.
Texas Department of
State Health Services
What to Do If You Are Sick
The steps you should take if you think you are sick with COVID-19

High-Risk Individuals

General Population
If you are in generally good health and have mild symptoms, stay home and take care of yourself like you would for a cold or the flu.
If symptoms worsen, call your doctor.
If you need help finding a doctor or accessing medical care, call 2‑1‑1 and they can direct you to low- or no-cost providers in your area.

Due to current testing capacity limitations in Texas, at this time, public health laboratories in Texas will use this criteria to prioritize testing of persons at risk of COVID-19.

School Information
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention