Editor's note: This story has been updated with data provided by the city of Round Rock's Planning and Development Services Department.

The population of Round Rock continues to grow, according to data provided by the city's Planning and Development Services Department. Recent estimates from the city show a modest 1.5% population increase from 2021 to 2022.

By the numbers

From 2017 to 2022, the city has seen a 15% growth in population.
Meanwhile, estimates from the American Community Survey show the Round Rock community has maintained a steady increase in average household income over the five-year period. From 2017 to 2022, Round Rock residents have seen a 26% increase in the average household income.

In 2022, the average household in Round Rock earned $117,582 annually.

Looking ahead

The city continues to plan for growth by evaluating the future development of vacant land as well as the potential redevelopment resulting in increased residential density and/or mixed-use, according to city documents.

The city’s Planning and Development Services Department estimates the city to grow by almost 75,000 people in 2040. Population projections include individuals living within city limits and within Round Rock’s extraterritorial jurisdiction.