The city of Round Rock's biennial survey shows traffic, controlling rapid growth and high taxes/property taxes/finances remain top priorities for residents in 2022. The survey also highlighted which city services residents found to be most important.

Conducted by the ETC Institute, the survey had 497 respondents, who shared feedback via mail and online. Results of the survey have a 95% confidence level with a 4.4% margin of error.

Major concerns held by residents remained the same as the 2020 survey with the top three being traffic, growth and taxes. The proportion of residents who listed these as their three largest areas of concern remained fairly consistent in the two years since. In 2020, 88% of respondents said traffic was their top concern, while that figure fell to 84% in 2022. Similarly, growth fell from 61% to 60%, and taxes rose from 53% to 55% of respondents.

Respondents also identified which city services they felt were most important, and those survey results saw some change in 2022, compared to the 2020 survey. The top three city services identified as most important to respondents are police, emergency medical and fire services. The proportion of residents selecting police services as the most important city service fell from 67.6% in 2020 to 61.6% in 2022, while emergency medical services fell from 44.7% to 37.4%, and fire dipped from 44% to 43.4%.

Overall, 89% of respondents said they were satisfied with services provided by the city of Round Rock. Additional data about the 2022 survey as well as past surveys are available here.