Beware of Tech Support Scams
A Lakeway resident recently alerted the City to a strange call she received claiming a 'representative' from a well known company offered to gain access to her computer to fix a potential issue for a fee. Never give remote access to your computer to someone you don't know. This could open your computer up to someone stealing your personal information or putting a damaging virus on your computer system. If you suspect your hard drive or smart phone may have a virus or other issue, take it to a reputable dealer for repair.

For information on other scams that could affect you, the Lake Travis Community Library will be hosting a seminar titled "Avoiding Homeowner Scams" on Aug. 12 at 10:30am. Click here for more information about upcoming programs at the library.
Comprehensive Plan Survey Highlights
The Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee received 974 results from a survey this summer, and more than 2,700 comments regarding the development of a plan for the future of Lakeway. Of those, City Character and Community Facilities and Programs ranked the highest on the survey, while Road and Infrastructure Improvements ranked high with comments. We're excited to share more from the survey. Please click here for some of the top highlights.

Stay tuned for more in the coming weeks...
From Zombies to Princesses...
The Lakeway Activity Center has a variety of great youth summer camp options still available for your kids, including one for costume design!

It's still several months until Halloween, but the perfect time to learn how to dress the part - from becoming a zombie to a princess. Students will also learn about special effects in the industry of film and production. Camps start on Monday, July 22 and run through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

If you're interested, contact the Lakeway Activity Center at (512) 261-1010 or visit
www.lakeway-tx.gov/classes and click on the tab that says "Youth Summer Camps." Several other camp options are still available, so sign up today!
NEW: Residential Permit Fee Updates

In Monday night's City Council Meeting, Councilmembers voted unanimously to
approve an ordinance to amend the residential building permit fees in response to the Texas Legislature passing House Bill 852. Fees for new homes, additions to homes, remodels and the addition of a pool or spa have been updated to reflect the new legislation. For details on those fees and more information, click here.
NEW: Lakeway Heritage Trail Tours

Reserve your spot today for the FREE Lakeway Heritage Trail Tours taking place on September 20. Three times are available. Each guided bus tour lasts just over an hour and makes 17 stops through Lakeway's past, including Liebelt Cabin near City Hall.

Seating is limited, so reserve your spot today: lakewayheritagetour.eventbrite.com .
Friday, July 19 @ 8:30 p.m.
Saturday, July 20 @ 8 a.m.
Thursday, July 25 @ 9 a.m.