Agenda items for Round Rock City Council’s March 25 meeting include a potential legal challenge to the city's face covering ordinance and seven resolutions for Phase 2 of the Brushy Creek Regional Utility Authority raw water delivery project.

The BCRUA has noted a public necessity to construct a raw water line and electric utility improvements for the cities of Round Rock, Cedar Park and Leader. The project aims to improve the regional water treatment and distribution system of the BCRUA and its member cities.

According to the resolutions, the city of Round Rock will need to enact eminent domain to acquire several properties for the project. The parcels of land range from a 0.120-acre tract of land to a 0.759-acre tract.

City Council will go into executive session March 25 to discuss a potential legal challenge to the city’s emergency ordinance mandating face coverings. Once council exits executive session, members will take action regarding the ordinance.

Check back for updates after the meeting March 25.