COVID-19 Update
While vaccinations continue for groups 1A and 1B, doses of the vaccine remain limited statewide. Please continue to speak with your health care provider and sign up for waitlists that are available in the area if you qualify. We have several links set up on our website, including the pre-registration portal with Austin Public Health - the main hub here in Travis County. Please click here to connect to those resources. Additionally, Mayor Sandy Cox gave an update yesterday afternoon on the latest with COVID-19 vaccinations in the area. Click here to watch that video.

The number of reported cases and hospitalizations dropped slightly this week. There have been a total of 67,566 cumulative cases in Travis County, which is up by 3,815 compared with the same time last week and 4,357 compared with the week before that. Here is a further breakdown of the numbers:
  • 5,298 this week
  • 5,920 last week
  • 6,364 week before last

LOCAL (78734, 78738, 78669 ZIP CODES)
  • 2,155 cumulative cases this week
  • 2,011 cumulative cases last week
  • 1,867 cumulative cases week before last
  • 560 this week
  • 603 last week
  • 587 week before last

  • 162 this week
  • 179 last week
  • 180 week before last
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.

City Electric Vehicle Charging Station
Did you know the City of Lakeway has an Electric Vehicle charging station at the Swim Center? It was one of the area's first as part of a 2019 grant from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). The station is centrally located outside the popular Lakeway Swim Center (3103 Lakeway Boulevard) near the Canyonlands trail head. In order to use the station, you'll need to set up an account with the city's partner ChargePoint. Then, the next time you visit the area, park in one of the two locations to start charging your vehicle. The nominal $2 per hour rate helps maintain the facility and helps track the air quality benefits. Click here to register.
StoryWalk Kicks Off Next Week
The family favorite returns this February on the trail directly behind City Hall (1102 Lohman's Crossing Road). Residents will be able to enjoy a Valentine's Day story while taking a stroll on the trail from February 1 through 15. Pages from the book "I'd Know You Anywhere, My Love" by author Nancy Tillman will be posted along the walkway. There will also be an opportunity to record your responses at the end of the route. This experience is free and open to the public. For more information, click here.
NEW: Lake Travis Reads Returns

Lake Travis Community Library, along with Bee Cave Public Library and Spicewood Community Library have a special treat for you this March. Now entering its 14th year, Lake Travis Reads for 2021 will feature the new book by #1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa Wingate and her book, The Book of Lost Friends. This "Evening with the Author" will take place through Zoom on Wednesday, March 10 at 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Click here for more information and to register.
NEW: February Food Drive

The Lakeway Activity Center located at 105 Cross Creek will be accepting non-perishable and canned food items to assist our local food banks. As the pandemic continues, there is still a critical need for a variety of food products to help those in need. A collection box will be available outside the front entrance of the Activity Center throughout the month of February for convenient and easy drop off. We appreciate your support in helping our area neighbors. If you have questions, please call us at (512) 261-1010.
Now thru Jan. 31 (All Day)
Now thru Feb. 7 (All Day)
Monday, Feb. 1 @ 6:30 p.m.