Clay Madsen Recreation Center reopens with tornado repairs ongoing

The Clay Madsen Recreation Center at 1600 Gattis School Road, Round Rock, reopened with limited amenities April 4 amid ongoing repairs after the facility was damaged by an EF-2 tornado March 21. (Brooke Sjoberg/Community Impact Newspaper)
The Clay Madsen Recreation Center at 1600 Gattis School Road, Round Rock, reopened with limited amenities April 4 amid ongoing repairs after the facility was damaged by an EF-2 tornado March 21. (Brooke Sjoberg/Community Impact Newspaper)

The Clay Madsen Recreation Center at 1600 Gattis School Road, Round Rock, reopened with limited amenities April 4 amid ongoing repairs after the facility was damaged by an EF-2 tornado March 21. (Brooke Sjoberg/Community Impact Newspaper)

The Clay Madsen Recreation Center at 1600 Gattis School Road, Round Rock, reopened with limited amenities April 4 amid ongoing repairs after the facility was damaged by an EF-2 tornado March 21. Amenities available include the gym courts, the pool, racquetball courts, the outdoor fitness area, the game room and group exercise spaces. A small portion of the weightlifting area is also available for use, while the majority is being repaired by city crews, and members of the CMRC over the age of 21 may utilize the weight lifting room at the Baca Center, according to the city. The outdoor sports court is also closed. 512-218-3220
By Brooke Sjoberg
Brooke Sjoberg is the Round Rock reporter for the Round Rock and Pflugerville/Hutto editions of Community Impact Newspaper. She worked for The Gonzales Inquirer, The Daily Texan and The Daily Dot among other publications before coming to Community Impact. Brooke is from Seguin, TX and graduated from The University of Texas at Austin in 2020. Her last name is pronounced Show-burg.