Police Facility Update
The Lakeway Police Facility Project is 40 percent complete 112 days into the project, according to the construction manager.
In a presentation to the Lakeway City Council on Monday night, Spawglass project manager David Paden said the $23 million project was on budget and on schedule for substantial completion by Feb. 15, 2019.
See the city's Police Facility webpage.
Trash, recycling
fee to increase
Trash and recycling rates will increase from $21 per month to $21.40 per month effective July 1, 2018 due to rising landfill costs charged to the city's solid waste provider, Waste Connections.
The rate increase will generate the needed amount of revenue in the Solid Waste Fund to cover the change in base rate per the agreement.
Parade deadline June 26
Time is running out to enter the City of Lakeway's July 4th Parade, one of the city's most cherished and popular traditions.
The parade is scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 4, and travel on Lakeway Drive from the Live Oak Golf Course to Cross Creek.
On Monday, Lakeway City Council approved the final plat for The Overlook at Lakeway, a development of two multi-story office buildings at Flint Rock Trace. The proposed subdivision combines five parcels of land into a two-lot subdivision totaling approximately 9.1 acres.
The city will request qualifications this summer for a facility needs assessment to determine how to repurpose the space now occupied by the Lakeway Police Department once it moves into its new facility. The city's FY18 budget includes $50,000 to conduct the assessment.
June 22