COVID-19 Update
Travis County posted a new order this week related to the implementation of modified operations for dine-in food and beverage services through the holiday weekend. Dine-in food and beverage services can only operate through drive-thru, curbside pick-up, take-out, or delivery services between the hours of 10:30 p.m. through 6 a.m. The order lasts until Sunday, January 3, 2021. Click here to read the details.

There have been a total of 50,595 cumulative cases in Travis County, which is up from 3,519 compared with the same time last week and 2,695* compared with the week before that. Here is a further breakdown of the numbers:

  • 4,574 this week
  • 4,529* last week
  • 3,971 week before last

LOCAL (78734, 78738, 78669 ZIP CODES)
  • 1,540 cumulative cases this week
  • 1,384* cumulative cases last week
  • 1,249 cumulative cases week before last

  • 411 this week
  • 335* last week
  • 298 week before last

  • 130 this week
  • 90* last week
  • 90 week before last

*data is missing numbers for Thursday, December 24 due to the Christmas holiday.

Click here to review the COVID-19 case dashboard, which includes an interactive map to see cases by your zip code. Click here for more details on hospitalizations.

Travis County remains in Stage 5 restrictions. Please continue to social/physical distance between individuals not in your household, wear a proper face covering, and wash your hands regularly. Thank you for continuing to follow these guidelines during this difficult and unusual time.

Kick Start Your New Year's Resolution At The Activity Center
If your New Year's resolution is shaping up and getting more fit in 2021, then you're in luck. The Lakeway Activity Center has several classes starting this month to help jumpstart your fitness goals. There are several options including chair yoga, Tai Chi, low impact aerobics and adult fitness coaching. Members of the Activity Center get a special discount for classes. For the youngsters, there are several youth classes as well, including Tae Kwon Do, Fencing, and soccer classes. Click here to read all the details and for information on registering for classes you're interested in attending.

Last Weekend For Trail Of Lights
The holiday season wraps up this weekend, and it's also your last chance to check out the Trail of Lights until later this year. The lighted trail is open to the public directly behind City Hall at 1102 Lohman's Crossing Road. For best access, park at the lower level of the Activity Center (105 Cross Creek) parking area. There is no charge to park or attend. The trail lights up around 6 p.m. each night until midnight through January 3. Click here for more details.
NEW: Christmas Tree Recycling

Now that the holidays are wrapping up, many are looking for a way to safely recycle their Christmas Tree. The city provides this service free for our residents. You can take your tree to Public Works at 3303 Serene Hills Drive from now through January 8, 2021. The gates are open from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday. If you drop off your tree outside these times, please do not block the gate. Also, please remove all lights and decorations before drop-off. For residents with Waste Connections, you can place your Christmas Tree on the curb for pick-up from trash service crews.
NEW: January Virtual Games

Two new virtual games will launch this month. There will soon be ten clocks placed along walking trails and facilities at Lakeway City Park. Each clock will have a QR code attached. Use your phone to scan the QR code to download a form to fill out and turn in for a chance to win a prize. Additionally, a virtual pigskin showdown at Dragon Park will launch the middle of this month. Participants will be able to video their best football kick, throw and punt for a chance to compete with others to win a prize. Both of these games can be played at your leisure during the contest window. Click here for details on our virtual games.
Nov. 20 - Jan. 3 @ DUSK
Friday, Jan. 1 (ALL DAY)