Comprehensive Plan Open House on Wednesday, February 5
After reviewing community feedback and input over the past year, it's time for residents to see the draft of the Comprehensive Plan. Come and give feedback on what you think of the plan chapters and the draft of the Future Land Use Map (FLUM). This open house will take place in the chambers at City Hall (1102 Lohmans Crossing Rd) on Wednesday, February 5 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

The mission of the Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee has been to develop a new comprehensive plan for Lakeway that will be used for the next 15 to 20 years. Once approved by City Council, this plan will help guide city leaders in areas such as land use, transportation, infrastructure, parks and recreation, wildlife management and historical preservation.

A first draft of the Comprehensive Plan is now available online - click here or visit the following link to review the draft and learn more about the Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee: https://www.lakeway-tx.gov/1547/Comprehensive-Plan-Steering-Committee.
Officer Hector Almaguer Honored after 25 Years of Service
After a quarter of a century working as an officer for the Lakeway Police Department, Officer Hector Almaguer ended his tour of service permanently as he headed into retirement this week. On Tuesday, January 28 code 10-42 was used by the Lakeway Police Department to signal Hector's last radio call. The moment was captured on video and can be viewed on the Lakeway Police Department's Facebook page available on the city's website or by following facebook.com/lakewaypolice. As of Friday, January 31, the video has been viewed more than 14,000 times.

Officer Almaguer has honorably and faithfully served the City of Lakeway Police Department for 25 years. "We congratulate him on his remarkable career and wish him all the best," said Police Chief Todd Radford.

If you'd like to learn more about the Lakeway Police Department, please visit our website .
Take a Stroll with StoryWalk Starting This Weekend
Children can enjoy a Valentine's Day story while taking a short stroll around the trail behind Lakeway City Hall (1102 Lohmans Crossing Road). Pages of a popular children's book,  I Wish You More by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld, will be posted along the walkway so that young readers can experience the importance of reading, spending time with friends and connecting with nature in a fun way. Please come enjoy StoryWalk from Saturday, February 1 through Friday, February 14.

Visitors are encouraged to share the joy of reading with a friend and to record their responses at the end of the route. For more information, visit the city's website or call us at 512-314-7532.
NEW: Warrant Roundups Coming this April

A team of officers will be conducting warrant roundups in the City of Lakeway this April. Any defendants with active warrants should voluntarily come take care of them at Lakeway Municipal Court (104 Cross Creek) before April. All persons who voluntarily come in will NOT be arrested and will be scheduled for a court date under the Safe Harbor Amnesty Program.  Municipal Court staff can set their case on a docket to see a judge or prosecutor, and the individual will be able to work out a plea deal with a payment plan. If the individual does not come in voluntarily and is found during the warrant roundups or during a traffic stop they will go to jail. Please call the Lakeway Municipal Court at 512-314-7560 if you have any questions or you can visit the Municipal Court Website by clicking here or going to: https://www.lakeway-tx.gov/76/Municipal-Court.

NEW: Hazardous Household Waste Event on February 12

Drop off your household hazardous waste at the next FREE collection event at the Lake Travis Regional Re-Use and Recycling Center from 9 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, February 12, 2020. The center is located at 3207 Neidhardt Drive, just off General Williamson Drive behind Lake Travis Fire Rescue Station 601. This is one of four free events scheduled this year.

The collection event is open to residential utility customers. In order to drop off items, a resident must present a valid driver’s license or utility bill with an address in the jurisdictional boundaries of one of the following: the cities of Lakeway or Bee Cave; Village of The Hills; Hurst Creek Municipal Utility District; Lakeway MUD; or Travis County Water Control and Improvement District (WCID) No. 17. For more information including a list of items accepted, click here .


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Monday, Feb. 3 @ 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 5 @ 9:15 a.m.