Thank you for reading!
The Lake Way city e-newsletter debuted on June 14, 2018 and published 27 editions last year.
The most opened newsletter was Oct. 25’s special flood edition.
Readers engaged the most with the Nov. 8 edition, which garnered the most overall clicks.

Top 10 Most Clicked Items of 2018
1. PEC planned outages – July 5
2. Square on Lohmans – Dec. 20
3. Vehicle burglaries infographic – Sept. 13
4. Council election results – Nov. 8
5. Flood update – Oct. 18
6. Accomplishments blog – Nov. 8
7. Bee Creek Sports Complex – Dec. 6
8. LMUD property – Nov. 8
9. Mayor's first 60 days blog – Aug. 2
10. Transportation work session – Dec. 20
Mayor recaps 2018,
projects for 2019
As we enter the New Year, it's time to reflect on what the City of Lakeway accomplished in 2018.
It's also a time to look ahead, set new goals, and move forward.
Lakeway Mayor Sandy Cox writes about last year's achievements for the City of Lakeway and peers into her crystal ball for 2019 in her latest blog.
Take the Community Challenge
Lakeway Mayor Sandy Cox signed the mayor's pledge as part of the seventh annual It’s Time Texas Community Challenge to encourage the public to get a healthy start on 2019.
The Community Challenge is an eight-week competition that unites and mobilizes schools, businesses, organizations, community members, and mayors toward the common goal of transforming their community’s health. This year's challenge is from Jan. 7 to March 3.
Across the nation, obesity is on the rise. Creating a healthy living style through exercise and diet changes is paramount to reversing the trend.
This is Lakeway’s first time to participate. Over the coming weeks we will announce events and opportunities to get involved. The No. 1 action today is to register as an individual or business and make a commitment to being healthier.
The City of Lakeway Arts Committee invites the community to bring their lunches and dine while listening to free live music at the Brown Bag Luncheon Concert Series.
The weekly concerts are from noon-1 p.m. every Thursday in January and February at the Lakeway Activity Center, 105 Cross Creek. They are open to everyone; no reservations or tickets are required. Plenty of table seating is available.
Frank Cavitt & Friends open the series on Jan. 10.
City Council recently authorized staff to execute a contract with Design Workshop Inc. to work in conjunction with the city's Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee to revise and update the Comprehensive Plan for the City of Lakeway.
The intent of this project is to update the Comprehensive Plan to reflect the community's vision for its future growth and development and to preserve and enhance the quality of life in Lakeway.
The process, which is expected to last approximately 12 months, will include public outreach.
6:30 p.m., Jan. 8
9:15 a.m., Jan. 9
8 p.m., Jan. 14