Round Rock Movers
Moving to or from Round Rock?
Elephant Moving and Storage are professional Round Rock movers providing the highest quality local and long distance moving and storage services for both residential and commercial clients.
Whether you need to move your whole house or just need help moving the large furniture items, give us a call for a custom moving quote.
If you’re thinking of moving to Round Rock or anywhere in the Austin/Central Texas area, Elephant Moving & Storage has the expertise, tools, equipment, supplies, and facilities to make it a smooth move, either commercial or residential.
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More About Round Rock, Texas
With an estimated population of about 110,000 in 2015, suburban Round Rock ranks as the nation’s fastest growing city of more than 100,000 pop. , according to the US Census.
Located 15 miles north of Austin and immediately east of Cedar Park in fast-growing Williamson County, Round Rock is probably best known as home to the world headquarters of Dell Computer. Other major employers include Hospira, TECO-Westinghouse, and Dresser.
The Round Rock Express, a Triple-A minor league baseball team, owned by Nolan Ryan, and affiliated with the Texas Rangers, also calls Round Rock home, playing at the Dell Diamond – considered one of the best minor league stadiums in the nation.
Since 2007, Round Rock has been ranked as one of the safest cities with a population of 100,000 or more in the nation. The city has maintained a high quality of life while becoming a major center for economic growth in Central Texas. Its economic base includes industry clusters in Clean Energy, Advanced Manufacturing, Life Sciences, and Computer/Software Development.
The Round Rock Independent School District serves about 49,000 students who attend the district’s 5 high schools, 10 middle schools, 33 elementary schools, and 2 alternative learning centers. During the past five years, the number of students has increased by 15 percent, and enrollment continues to grow by nearly 1,000 students per year. The district employs more than 5,661 area residents.
The City of Round Rock’s property tax rate is one of the lowest in the region. Also, residents pay one of the lowest combined average monthly utility and tax costs in Central Texas, while achieving an 80 percent satisfaction rating from its utility customers. Round Rock has the lowest ACCRA composite cost of living index rating among the three largest cities in the metro Austin area.
Round Rock’s water and wastewater rates are among the lowest in Central Texas, and the utility is also among the most reliable. Round Rock is partnering with Cedar Park and Leander on a regional water project that is expected to serve a projected future population of 250,000-300,000.
In fast-growing areas, traffic congestion is always a major concern and Williamson County is no different. Starting in 2011, the City of Round Rock began implementing a $58 million, 5-year plan to address the community’s most pressing transportation needs. The Round Rock City Council approved a Transportation Master Plan in January 1999 that is updated regularly. The City’s Transportation Capital Improvement Plan contains $415 million worth of projects. The City’s half-cent sales tax levy for transportation will pay for $125 million of that total.