New initiatives engaging
the Lakeway community
We want to hear from you as we plan for the future of Lakeway!
Engagement has been a key component of the City of Lakeway’s efforts.
City Council and Staff are gathering valuable resident feedback through public meetings, State of Lakeway town halls and community surveys.
Mayor Sandy Cox reviews the city's progress on engagement and more in her new blog!
Police program boosts
school presence, safety
The Lakeway Police Department works closely with Lake Travis ISD to increase officer visibility at Lakeway, Lake Travis and Serene Hills elementary schools under the department’s Safer Schools Initiative.
An increased police presence at the schools allows both staff and students to become accustomed to officers' familiar faces.
Going to the greenbelt chapel
Thanks to the hard work of some Lakeway volunteers and the Parks and Recreation Department, the Chapel of the Four Seasons at Hamilton Greenbelt is getting a new landscaping look.
A mix of Garden Club alumni and Friends of the Parks began sprucing up the outdoor event spot near the greenbelt’s main entrance March 9 after city staff installed new hardscaping features such as irrigation and rock borders.
The Lakeway Players are bringing the romantic comedy “Barefoot in the Park” to the Lakeway Activity Center stage at 7:30 p.m. March 28, 29, and 30.
Newlyweds Corie and Paul Bratter begin married life in a tiny, fifth floor walkup apartment in a Manhattan brownstone. Corie is a free spirit; Paul is a pragmatic soul. As they adjust to marriage, they also must deal with the quirks of their new apartment and life's challenges. What could go wrong?
Tickets are $25 per person. Bring your own beverages and snacks; setups provided.
Cha! Cha! Cha! Feel the music as you learn to dance in Beginner Cha-Cha coming to Lakeway Activity Center this spring.
The six-week class meets 7-8 p.m. Tuesdays from March 19 to May 7. Class does not meet April 9 or April 16.
Cost is $85 per Activity Center member and $95 per non-member. You must sign up with your partner as a couple.
Instructor Heather Billeter will introduce students 21 and older to this energetic dance with a steady beat. This program is high energy and great for the body and mind.
Register online now or call 512-261-1010.
8 a.m., March 16
6:30 p.m., March 18
7 p.m., March 19