Responses soaring for
Parks & Recreation survey
The community is embracing the Lakeway Parks and Recreation survey by sharing their thoughts on the city's parks and trails and Lakeway Activity Center, Heritage Center, and Swim Center.
"Thank you to those who have taken the survey," Lakeway Mayor Sandy Cox said. "Your input will help us shape the future of the city's parks and recreation amenities."
The online survey runs through Feb. 25.
Monthly Police Update
Theft is often a crime of opportunity.
Most thefts occur when residents leave their doors unlocked and valuables or personal information in plain sight.
Lakeway Police Department has created an infographic that takes a statistical look at the types of theft in the city such as shoplifting, burglary of a vehicle, and identity theft as well as provides some tips you can take to avoid being a victim of these crimes.
We have a winner!
Congratulations to Lakeway resident Ted Brennan whose submission of “Lakeway Current” was selected as the new name for the city blog in a contest open to the public.
Brennan, a six-month resident of Lakeway, will receive a gift basket of Lakeway promotional items and Lew Carlson’s “Lakeway: A Hill Country Community” history book.
The winning entry resonated with Lakeway Public Engagement Advisory Committee members who reviewed 24 contest entries before unanimously approving Brennan's submission.
Thank you to Ted and all the other contest participants.
Lakeway Public Works Department installed two speed radar signs on Lakeway Drive this week in response to resident feedback about speeding on the roadway.
One sign is at the intersection of Lakeway Drive and Cross Creek and the other is at the Biscayne and Lakeway Drive intersection.
The LED signs display drivers’ speeds as their vehicles approach the permanent pole-mounted signs.
Lakeway police encourage drivers to follow posted speed limits to keep our community safe.
See the best bargains in town at the Lakeway Indoor Garage Sale from 8 a.m.-noon March 2 at the Lakeway Activity Center, 105 Cross Creek.
This unique community event is fun for collectors, families and bargain hunters who will find everything from children’s clothing, furniture and toys to housewares, collectibles, tools and much more. There is no admission fee, but the Activity Center gladly accepts donations of non-perishable or canned food items which will be donated to local food banks and charities.
For information, call 512-261-1010.
6:30 p.m. Feb. 19
12 p.m., Feb. 21