620 Median Project Approved
On Monday, December 9, Lakeway City Council voted unanimously to approve a transportation safety project that will include slotted medians being placed along 620 by the end of summer 2020. This project, funded by the Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT), will span from the southern portion of Lohmans Crossing Boulevard and run slightly past the north side of Bella Montagna Circle. TXDOT engineer, Epi Gonzales, attended the meeting to provide updates and stated that the last day of school for the Lake Travis Independent School District in May falls in line with the timing for the project. Gonzales assured that m ost of the construction work will be conducted at night, and despite a final timeline being set, he is confident that it can be substantially complete by the end of summer.

Follow this link to watch a video of Monday's City Council special session.
Lakeway Police Department Statistics for November
The Lakeway Police Department is a premier law enforcement agency committed to exceptional, innovative and equitable police service to the community. We accomplish our mission utilizing a highly motivated, engaged and technically equipped workforce. The primary mission of the Lakeway Police Department is to keep our community safe. Below are statistics from November, 2019:

Collisions: 20 reported to TxDOT 

Top Five Calls for Service:

     1. Animal Calls (62)
     2. Suspicious Circumstances (75)
     3. Follow Up (46)
     4. Public Assist (62)
     5. Alarms (52)

Please follow this link for the full report.
New Resident Directory to be Published this Spring
The Lakeway Civic Corporation (LCC) will be providing new resident directories in the Spring of 2020. You may sign up for a new listing or update your information if you reside within the 78734 or 78738 zip code. The updated resident directory will be available both in print and online, free of charge. If you would like to add your information, update your listing, or if you need further information, please contact
the LCC at www.lakewaydirectory.com or info@lakewaydirectory.com. They may also be reached by phone at 512-261-5203.
NEW: New Years Swim Challenge

Bring your friends and kick start your New Year's fitness resolution with a fun swim challenge on December 30 from 9:00 a.m. to noon. Enjoy the warm waters of the Swim Center's heated competition pool, snacks, hot drinks and music, all while getting a great workout. The only competition is you! Swim Center staff will schedule your time slot based on your ability and the goals that you set for your time and/or distance. Swimmers will be emailed an exact start time a few days prior to the event. The registration deadline is Friday, December 20. Please find the registration form on the Swim Center Special Events page. For more information, call the Lakeway Swim Center (3103 Lakeway Blvd.), at 512-261-3000.
NEW: Hamilton Greenbelt Clean Up with the Young Men's Service League

Progress continues in Lakeway's Wildfire Project with the help of volunteers from the Young Men's Service League (YMSL) Cavalier Chapter. In October, Mayor Pro Tem Laurie Higginbotham announced a partnership with the service league, comprised mostly of mothers and sons from the Lake Travis area. So far, the YMSL has completed four workdays in Hamilton Greenbelt cleaning up brush that could potentially fuel a wildfire. During a city council special session this past Monday, December 9, City Forester Carrie Burns provided updates on wildfire mitigation efforts and stated that 341 volunteer hours had been spent during recent work days, saving the city a total of $8, 672. Thank you to the YMSL for partnering with the city in this ongoing effort to keep residents, wildlife and property safe. For further updates on the Wildfire Mitigation Project, please watch the video from Monday's Special Session.
Monday, Dec. 16 @ 6:30 p.m.
Nov. 22 - Jan. 1 @ 6:00 p.m.
Dec. 24 & 25, All Day