Special Dedication in City Park
Friends of the Parks of Lakeway is pleased to announce the dedication of a plaque at Lakeway's City Park honoring George Blume happening tomorrow (Saturday, October 12) afternoon. George was a long time resident of Lakeway and responsible for many of the outdoor green spaces in the city. The ceremony will start at 12:15 p.m. Saturday, October 12 at the plaque location, which is in the northeast corner of City Park about a quarter mile walk from the lower level parking lot. Peg Hein will be the featured speaker. Light refreshments will be served after the ceremony. For more details and a map of City Park, visit the Friends of the Parks website at  www.lakewayfop.org.
From the Mayor's Desk...

"Last month nearly 150 residents took part in the Heritage Trail Tours, exploring some of the historical sites around Lakeway. We opened up the historic Liebelt Cabin near City Hall and had Gwendolyn Wunneburger, a former resident of the 19 th century cabin itself come out and talk about her life living in the Lakeway area before it was a city. The 89-year old musician even played a few songs for visitors. It was a real treat. I gave a proclamation naming Friday, September 20, Gwendolyn Wunneburger Day. A few days before the tour, Gwendolyn donated several historical items to the City, which are now a part of the cabin. Our history is important. As we move forward on improving the quality of life for our residents in Lakeway with a new Comprehensive Plan and improved transportation options, we should also take time to reflect on the past."

Also on the blog: park updates, new art installations and some exciting activity center events.


Lakeway Police Monthly Update
The Lakeway Police Department is a premier law enforcement agency committed to exceptional, innovative and equitable police service to the community. The department accomplishes this 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 September 2019:

  • Collisions: 15 reported to TxDOT

  • Investigations: 28 cases assigned to Detectives

  • K-9 Deployments: 10

  • Total Arrests: 20

  • Traffic Warnings Issued: 595

  • Traffic Citations Issued: 346

Follow this link to see more details, including the top 5 calls for service and top 5 traffic citations issued.
NEW: Transportation Open House

The City of Lakeway is seeking input on potential city-wide transportation projects through an open house on Tuesday, October 29 @ 6:30pm at the Activity Center. The public is encouraged to come out and offer input on a variety of proposed projects included as part of a city-wide transportation study. In July, City Council voted to approve a proposal from Huitt-Zollars to perform a study on short and long term multi-modal improvements to Lakeway’s transportation infrastructure. For more information, please visit the transportation portion of our website: https://www.lakeway-tx.gov/1648/Transportation-News


NEW: Special Musical Performance

Mark your calendars for November 16 when members of the Austin Symphony Orchestra and students with Lake Travis High School perform together at “A Night with the Austin Symphony Orchestra.” The special concert, brought to you by the City of Lakeway Arts Committee, will take place at Lake Travis Performing Arts Center at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, November 16. Tickets are on sale now at the Lake Travis Performing Arts Center or online at  ltisdschools.org/finearts . You can also  click here  to go directly to the ticket site. Visit  www.lakeway-tx.gov  for more details.
Monday, Oct. 14 @ 11:00 a.m.
Monday, Oct. 14 @ 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 17 @ 6:30 p.m.