COVID-19 Latest
It's been another unusual week, and first of all we want to say how much we here at the City of Lakeway truly appreciate all of our residents and businesses for following the Stay At Home Orders currently in place. We understand it's a difficult time, but it's really great to see everyone working together to keep each other safe. Please continue to practice your physical distancing guidelines and avoid the closed facilities at our parks and across the City. Also, we know you have questions regarding how many positive cases are in the Lakeway area. We can tell you that there is a new tracker recently launched by Austin-Travis County. Visit - in the middle of the page you will see the number of cases in Travis County currently, along with a map. If you click to expand the map, you will be able to see the cases by zip code. Lakeway has two zip codes (78738 and 78734) - as of the morning hour of Friday, April 3, there are 12 positive cases associated with those zip codes, unchanged from the previous day. There is a total of 351 cases in all of Travis County, which is up from 305 the previous day. Be sure to follow our website for the latest updates. Here are some important links on our website to follow and bookmark:

Virtual City Council Meeting Monday
The Special City Council meeting on Monday, April 6, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. will take place online through video conferencing, and will be broadcast on our website by clicking here.

City Hall will be closed to in-person traffic due to precautions put in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The agenda will be posted this afternoon with details on how the public can participate in the meeting. Click here for a link to the Agenda Center.

We appreciate your patience as we explore and continue to adapt new ways to safely conduct our important meetings during this unusual time.
It's Census Time
Census Day was officially this past April 1, but it's still not too late to take the survey. For the first time, you can now complete the Census online. In the mail, you should have received a sheet with a code to access the online portion of the survey. The online version takes just a few minutes to complete. You can also still complete the handwritten form as well. If you're having trouble completing the survey, there is still time to take it. The self-response phase is extended to August 14 due to the COVID-19 developments. However, it's important not to delay if you're able to finish it now. Click here for more details. If you have questions or there is an error on your form, call the U.S. Census Bureau at (800) 923-8282.
NEW: COVID-19 Live Mayor Update

We will be doing another Facebook Live with Mayor Sandy Cox next Tuesday, April 7 at 4 p.m. streamed on our Facebook channel at Mayor Cox will give an update on the latest related to COVID-19, and take your questions live in the comments section of the Facebook Live feed. You can also email your questions beforehand to Please email your questions by 2 p.m. on Tuesday, April 7 and include in the subject line "Facebook Live Question." We will try to get to as many questions as possible during the live feed. The video will also be available afterwards on our website at
NEW: Small Business Loan Options & Helpful Information for Businesses

For those businesses struggling due to the recent Stay At Home Orders, there are now several loan options available for small businesses. We also have important links for those seeking unemployment or looking for a job. The Lake Travis Chamber of Commerce also has a job posting and business discounts page set up on Facebook to "Support Local Business." If you're a business owner, please also take the time to complete a business impact assessment survey by clicking here. Click here to visit our COVID-19 Resource page and scroll down to "Business Resources" for additional helpful links and tools.
For the latest updates, please visit our website: LAKEWAY-TX.GOV
Questions or comments? Don't hesitate to email us: INFO@LAKEWAY-TX.GOV