12 May New Mayor and Council Members Sworn in

On Tuesday, May 12, 2015, Mrs. Janet Nichol was sworn in as Mayor.  She is a lifelong resident of Royse City and has served on City Council as a council member from 1995 until 2004 and then, again, from 2009 until filing for Mayor.  Also, sworn in and new to City Council were Council

11 Apr Buc-ee’s Coming to Royse City

After a joint Royse City City Council and Community Development Corporation meeting last night, it was announced that Buc-ee’s will be building in Royse City. What we can expect in Royse City: an approximately 50,000 square foot travel center with around 50 gas pumps at the southwest

17 Mar Mayor & Council applications received

At 5 PM on Friday, February 27th (the last day to file for the May ballot), Royse City had received one application for Mayor:  the City’s current Mayor Pro Tem, Janet Nichol.  Charles Houk filed for Council Place 1;  Bruce Bradley filed for for Council Place 3; and James Branch filed

20 Nov December Events Around the Corner

Royse City is preparing for holiday events (and more)!  First up is the annual Main Street Christmas Luncheon on December 3rd.  This event is the Main Street program’s biggest fundraiser!  Local businesses and groups buy tickets (or tables) and take on the task of decorating their tab

13 Jun New Development and BIG news for Royse City

Royse City will be the site of a mixed-use master plan community that will feature recreation, retail, office, health care, housing and school on approximately 170 acres in the northeast part of the city. Plans for The Meadows at Royse City were revealed after meetings of the city cou

10 Mar Community Build at City Lake Park

On Friday, March 21st and Saturday, March 22nd, volunteers, city employees, and professional playground equipment installers gathered to construct a new playground at City Lake Park.  Members of the Royse City Masonic Lodge, members of the Royse City High School football team, and mem

23 Feb Severe Weather Resource

In order to keep your family and yourself safe, you should have a plan in the event of severe weather. Please see the links below for information on preparing as the City does not have designated storm shelters. Additionally, if you are a citizen of Royse City and are not receiving IR

11 Feb Boards & Commissions Campaign Continues

There are several City Boards and Commissions with openings and applications are good to have on file of those interested in serving their community.  Bring your knowledge, expertise, and general interest to help your fellow citizens and make a difference.  Click HERE for further info

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