1. What's New in Lakeway
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    National Night Out Preparations Underway For October Event

    Join your neighbors and learn how to prevent crime directly from your dedicated Lakeway Police Officers at the annual National Night Out on Oct. 1. Read on...
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    Help Lakeway Community Blood Drive Break Another Record This September

    Fresh off a record-setting turnout last month, Lakeway Community Blood Drive organizers are pumped and ready for more donors at the next drive from 8 a.m. to noon on September 21 at the Lakeway Activity Center, 105 Cross Creek. Read on...
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    Join Area First Responders For Public Safety Day!

    First responders from across Central Texas (including our own Lakeway Police Officers) will join together with area residents for Public Safety Day on Saturday, Sept. 14 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Read on...
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    Burn Ban in Effect for Travis County

    A burn ban took effect today (Aug. 6) in Travis County and will last until Sept. 11. This does include the City of Lakeway. Read on...
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    City Council Approves Transportation Study

    On Monday evening (July 29), City Council voted unanimously to approve a transportation study for the City of Lakeway. The study will help identify short and long-term multi-modal improvements to Lakeway's transportation infrastructure. Read on...
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    Protecting the Trinity Aquifer

    The Southwestern Travis County GCD, now pending confirmation by voters, will work to manage and protect the water of the Trinity Aquifer. On November 5, Lakeway, Bee Cave and West Lake Hills residents will each elect one Director for the District. Read on...
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    Seeking Our Lakeway WWII Veterans

    We are asking that anyone with information regarding WWII veterans please share it by contacting the Lakeway Heritage Center by email at history@lakeway-tx.gov. Read on...
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    Accepting Registrations for Free Lakeway Heritage Trail Tours

    The free bus tours are scheduled to leave at 9:15 a.m., 11:15 a.m. and 1:15 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 20 from Lakeway City Hall. Lakeway Heritage Committee members and volunteers will guide each tour that lasts about one hour and 15 minutes. Read on...
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    4th of July Parade Winners and Highlights

    A record number of residents and city guests attended Lakeway's 44th annual Fourth of July celebration yesterday, which include 140 entries - the most ever. Judges awarded top prizes in several classifications. Read the rest of the article for more. Read on...
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