One-stop shop to volunteer
Do you love to volunteer? Well, the City of Lakeway just made it easier for you.
Instead of contacting each department directly, you can go to the volunteer webpage, view the volunteer needs and fill out the online form.
Relish meeting new people? A volunteer role at a front desk could be the perfect fit for you.
Enjoy the city’s Fourth of July parade every year? Be a part of the event team by driving golf carts or volunteering in one of many other ways.
Serving on one of the city’s boards, commissions, and committees is a wonderful opportunity to give back to your community. Current needs are for the Board of Ethics, Heritage Committee and Zoning and Planning Commission.
Take to the skies with your kite to celebrate City Park's anniversary
A big birthday is coming for Lakeway City Park.
The crown jewel of Lakeway parks will turn 25 years old in April.
To celebrate this silver anniversary, the Lakeway Parks and Recreation Committee will host several events designed to bring people to City Park to enjoy its natural beauty and recreational amenities.
Come Fly a Kite Day from 2-4 p.m. April 7 will kick off the celebrations.
Mark your calendar for the Kite Day and watch for more details to come on this event and other City Park anniversary celebrations.
Swim Center hiring is heating up
Lakeway Swim Center is now accepting online applications for swim instructors, summer lifeguards, and concessions-front desk attendants for the summer season that begins May 25.
The city will facilitate lifeguard training on May 17-19. Positions fill up quickly, so don't delay.
For information, call the Swim Center at 512-261-3000 and ask for Manager David Johnson or Assistant Manager Rachael Zalan.
If you are looking for some fun Spring Break activities for the kids, Sportball and Young Einstein camps are March 18-23 at the Lakeway Activity Center.
Sportball (ages 3-8) focuses on sportsmanship and foundational skills in eight sports. Students are separated by age and skill level. Time: 1-4 p.m. Cost: $200.
Camp Einstein: Science Discovery and Design (ages 5-12) introduces children to their world as a budding scientist. Time: 9 a.m.-noon. Cost: $165.
Camp Einstein: Machine Mastery (ages 5-12) is a hands-on class on the engineering process. Time: 1-4 p.m. Cost: $165.
The Lakeway Residents Directory has been provided free to residents of ZIP codes 78734 and 78738 since 1972. This popular phone book, which will include an online component, is being updated under the auspices of the Lakeway Civic Corporation (LCC) through a contract with a professional graphic designer.
Expected delivery is in April, so your help in making corrections is appreciated.  
If you want to be added to the directories or change your current listings, visit www.lakewaydirectory.com.
If you have questions or comments, please email info@lakewaydirectory.com.
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THANK YOU!

Thank you to everyone who took the Lakeway Parks and Recreation survey!
The city collected more than 2,300 responses from citizens who shared their thoughts on the city’s parks, trails, and other recreational amenities.
The Lakeway Parks and Recreation Committee will review the survey data and present it to City Council at a future meeting.