Travis County Seeking School Crossing Guards

Travis County is seeking individuals interested in serving Lake Pointe Elementary in LTISD as a School Crossing Guard.  This may not be an opportunity for you but perhaps you have a neighbor, know a retiree, or even college age student that could benefit in serving the community and ensuring the…

LTlov Kicks Off 8th Annual School Supplies Collection for Low Income LTISD Students

Since 2010, LTlov has organized school supply drives in our community to provide LTISD students coded Economically Disadvantaged with the supplies they need to succeed in school. How can YOU help? You can participate in our drive by either donating items from our requested supplies list or a new backpack and…

Solid Waste Bill Rate Increases

The City of Lakeway is notifying residents of an increase in the monthly rate of their trash and recycling bills to $21 per month, which will result in a quarterly bill of $63. The rate increase will take effect for the July 2017 bills. After requesting bids in January and…

Submitted by Gretchen Nearburg The 2015 New Year’s Eve Gala benefiting nonprofit Help Our Wounded (HOW) was an amazing success.  The Gala was held at the Sonesta Bee Cave Hotel where over 260 people joined in the festivities and brought in 2016. The How Advisory Board, chaired by Dottie... Read more
Bunny love abounds at Lakeway’s StoryWalk
The Lakeway Parks and Recreation Department invites families to take a walk and read a book together under the open sky during its annual StoryWalk event from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feb. 1-16. Children may enjoy the Valentine’s Day story while taking a short stroll around the trail... Read more
Popular cultural education program features bestselling historical author   Bestselling author and Jack S. Blanton Sr. Chair in History at the University of Texas at Austin H.W. Brands will be the 2016 LAKE TRAVIS READS visiting author. The “One Book, One Community” program is now in its ninth year. Co-sponsored... Read more
Savant artists to shine in Lakeway city-library exhibit
Rookies, Pros grace the floor at Lakeway’s Big Band Bash
As it celebrates its fourth year, the Lakeway Big Band Bash continues to bring newcomers and experienced dancers together. The next Big Band Bash is set from 8-10 p.m. Feb. 8 at Lakeway Activity Center, 105 Cross Creek. Lakeway Arts Committee hosts the dances in the center’s ballroom. Kent... Read more
Abstract expressionism to color Lakeway City Hall Art Gallery
Gain a new perspective when the Lakeway City Hall Art Gallery hosts Carl Smith’s abstract expressionist paintings in an exhibit from Jan. 21-March 3. The free exhibit may be viewed during regular City Hall office hours from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. The Art Gallery is off the... Read more
We are excited to announce that your Lakeway Voice publication will now be complimented with a website! This allows us to bring you instant, up to date news loaded with more pictures and information. If you would like to submit news, pictures, or an event you may do so... Read more
Lakeway Police Revive Citizens Police Academy
The Lakeway Police Department is currently seeking applicants for the next Citizens Police Academy that will begin on Feb. 10. The program is a 30-hour block of instruction designed to give the public a working knowledge of law enforcement and the department’s policies and operational practices. The academy will... Read more
January Cover Photo
Photo submitted by Terri Mitchell of the “Merry Aquafitness at the Lakeway swim center” Read more
Lakeway MUD-Not Just Another Utility
Lakeway Municipal Utility District (LMUD) was established in 1972 to serve the growing community of Lakeway.  There was a group of homeowners (17 sections) that had recently paid for and installed septic tanks and did not want to have to pay LMUD for sewer service, but wanted water service. ... Read more