CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The Rockwall Area Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization which serves as the collective voice of local businesses and and is funded by its membership of businesses and organizations, representing more than 900 area organizations. Through progressive leadership, our organization offers programs and services that support members, customers and visitors and in turn, support the community.
Located just outside of Dallas, Rockwall’s healthy economy and strong infrastructure support an exceptional community and an extraordinary quality of life. Thanks to affordable housing, amazing neighborhoods, green spaces, and public schools that are among the best in the state, you’ll have a hard time finding a reason not to move your business and your family to Rockwall.
Experience beautiful waterfront views, shopping, dining, and breathtaking sunsets.
LOCAL LIVE MUSIC
You can find live music events throughout Rockwall year round. Whether you are down by the Harbor, downtown Rockwall, or at one of Parks and Recreation’s yearly events you will find food, fun, and great live music.
ROCKWALL COUNTY. Rockwall County is on the Blackland Prairies of north central Texas at 32°55' north latitude and 96°25' west longitude, twenty-five miles northeast of Dallas. Rockwall County is the smallest county in Texas. Its 147 square miles of flat, undulating, and gently rolling prairie ranges in elevation from 390 to 620 feet above sea level.
Rockwall ISD’s 20 campuses earned the state’s highest rating, Met Standard, while the district accountability rating received an A, according to the Texas Education Agency’s preliminary accountability rating system that will go into effect 2019-2020. The new A-F accountability rating is based on student achievement on the high-stakes STAAR test.
OPEN SPACE ALLIANCE
The Rockwall County Open Space Alliance (RCOSA) is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit group born out of the Open Space Alliance initiative created by the Rockwall County Commissioners Court in 2012.
ROCKWALL COUNTY HISTORICAL
The Museum is housed in the historical 1850 Manson-LaMoreaux-Hartman House located on Washington Street at Harry Myers Park. The building built by Watson B. Bowles in 1850 is the first permanent structure built in the City Rockwall.