It's Hot Outside! Tips for Staying Safe in the Summer Heat
The heat turned up this past week, with many areas seeing at or above 100 degrees. Forecasts show it will still be in the 90s over the weekend, so if you're looking to spend time on the lake, hit a few rounds of golf or explore some of the area trails, the Lakeway Police Department wants you to keep safety in mind.

If you're hitting the lake for instance, make sure to wear a life jacket. Don't go on the lake by yourself unless you notify a friend or family member, keeping them updated on your whereabouts and when you expect to return.

The hot weather means you should stay hydrated on the local trails. Don't forget to always check the backseat to ensure everyone is out of the car when you leave the vehicle, and keep an eye on your pets. Make sure they have a shaded, cool place to retreat.

Click here for more important summer safety tips. Stay safe this summer while enjoying our beautiful outdoor activities!
Submit Your Feedback on a Regional Transportation Study
Transportation is a hot topic here in Lakeway and your voice is important. The Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) held an open house earlier this week at the Bee Cave Public Library to get input from the community on an arterials study. Some renderings and possible options were displayed at the open house. The study looks 20 years into the future on improvements that could be made to area roadways. If you weren't able to attend the open house, it's ok. Input will be accepted until July 15. Visit to view information about the study and provide feedback.

You can also email:
Register for Swim Lessons at the Swim Center
The Lakeway Swim Center is a good spot to beat the summer heat. For those youngsters needing a brush up on their skills or still needing to learn the basics, we have just the thing. Swim classes are still available, so it's a good time to register. Whether your little one is a beginner or approaching the expert level, which we like to call 'shark,' there are options available. You'll be able to register for up to two sessions at a time. Lessons are available for ages 3 to 13.

For more information and to register, please click here.

And if you're already a pro, make sure to check out the Lakeway Swim Center this summer - it's a 'cool' spot!
620 Widening Project Open House

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will be hosting an open house next Wednesday to discuss the proposed project to widen RM 620 from four lanes to six lanes from North of Lakeway to SH 71. The proposal also includes raised medians and a bicycle/pedestrian shared-use path. View the proposal and offer feedback at the Open House on Wednesday, June 26 from 5-7 p.m. at Bee Cave City Hall.

Click here for more details.
Donate Blood and Enjoy A Free Movie

The Lakeway Community Blood Drive is just a month away - on Saturday, July 20. It’s not only an opportunity to donate blood in some fresh air conditioning, but all participants will get the chance to relax with a free movie pass from Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas. One ticket will be available per donor.

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Friday, June 21 @ 8:30 p.m.
Monday, June 24 @ 2 p.m.
Thursday, July 4 @ 8:30 a.m.