City offices will be closed on Thursday, November 23rd and Friday, November 24th in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. Trash and recycling schedules will remain the same as normal this week. Please have toters placed on the curb by 7 AM on your regular trash day.
The 2017 Lighted Christmas Parade Forms are now available. The 2017 Lighted Christmas Parade will be held on December 9th beginning at 6:30 pm. Click here for the Parade Entry Form.
On Monday, October 30, 2017, Wood Street will become one-way, southbound, temporarily. This is occurring for construction purposes of the Wood Street project. The one-way will allow driving along Wood to continue, without having to do a complete closure. This one-way setup will last
10. ROYSE CITY Sitting about 30 miles northeast of Dallas, Royse City is the most affordable city in the top 10 of our analysis, ranking in a tie for 98th for median home value and 94th for median selected monthly owner costs. It is also tied at 16th in our analysis for percentage of
The Royse City Police and Fire Departments are sponsoring the annual Thanksgiving Food Drive for local families in need. Requested donations include canned vegetables, canned sweet potatoes, grave packets, cornbread mix, cranberry sauce, boxed potatoes, stuffing pumpkin pie mix, pie
The latest information received by the City is that the eastbound and westbound service roads of Interstate 30 between FM 35 and FM 1565 will be one-way beginning sometime during the morning of Monday, October 16th. Please plan accordingly. Also, Monday morning, Shaw Drive (CR 2515)
Live Oak Street (between Church & Birch) will be under construction beginning Monday, September 11th. Construction should begin at approximately 8 AM. This project will last approximately 2 weeks. The section of the street is currently one-way, northbound. This construction pr
LendEDU recently completed a report ranking of the 250 Best Places to Buy a Home in Texas. Royse City made it the list! LendEDU used licensed date to analyze over 1,000 Texas Towns based on a number of factors deemed important for homebuyers such as income and populations projection
After many months of work by the City’s consultant, City Council, the Planning & Zoning Commission, Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee, and City staff, the Final Draft of the Comprehensive Plan is complete. Royse City 2030: A Roadmap for the Future of Our Community can be viewe