Everything You Need to Know About Living in Rowlett

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This month, why not be grateful for everything Rowlett has to offer? Given the latest circumstances, you may have been feeling cooped up and a bit frustrated, but don’t forget the luxury that living in your Rowlett apartments has to offer. There are a lot of things going on in Rowlett, as well as a rich history. If you’re ever hit with a fit of the blues, like several individuals are during this crisis, take a moment to reflect on the fact that you have a roof over your head. 

Here are some facts you may have not known about Rowlett until now:

  • Rowlett’s first post office was opened up in 1880, and it was called "Morris" after Postmaster Austin Morris.

  • In 1921, Rowlett was a stop on the Bankhead Highway.

  • Rowlett earned international infamy in 1996 when it’s resident, Darlie Routier, was arrested for murdering her children as they slept.

  • In 2003, Rowlett made an unsuccessful attempt to get the Dallas Cowboys to move to "5-Point Park" on the banks of Lake Ray Hubbard when the lease for Texas Stadium expired, but failed.

  • In 2013 the Rowlett City Council was challenged by the Freedom From Religion Foundation and Metroplex Atheists regarding opening prayer invocations at city hall meetings, which Rowlett was made to stop prayer openings at city hall meetings.  

There are plenty of more facts and history as it pertains to Rowlett that you can use to educate yourself and truly value where you live. Hopefully, this article has reminded you about the interesting history of this great town and provide you with inspiration for our future. There are lots of attractions and cool restaurants in Rowlett that you can enjoy after the quarantine; all it takes is a little patience. Remember, together we will get through this.

 

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