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No. If you are a member, you will receive a discount on classes when checking out. Membership helps support our parks, the arts and our center. Besides class discounts, there are other membership perks. Contact our staff at 512-261-1010 for additional information.
Yes, there is a Resident Member Fee and a Non-Resident Member Fee.
Early registration is recommended as many classes sell out (you can join the wait list). Also, if the minimum is not met a week prior to first day of the class, it may be cancelled. In order to guarantee a class will be held as scheduled, we appreciate registering at least one week prior to the class or event date. If the class has made the minimum, and is not full, there will be an option to register on the day of class.
For on-going classes, please remember to pay prior to the first class meeting every month.
You are allowed to try 3 meetings before being added to the membership roster. At that time, it is requested you become a member to continue meeting with the group. Some groups have additional requirements. Examples: Solo’s must live locally and be single (flying solo), Men’s Breakfast is a men’s group, Ladies Bridge is for women who play bridge, Sing Along requires one to attend an audition, etc.
Voter Registration applications are available at City Hall or from the Travis County Voter Registration office at (512) 238-8683.
Please call (512) 261-2800 to report the location.
If you find a wild animal that needs help, please refer to this contact list for wildlife rehabilitation in Travis County.
Portable home storage units are allowed in all residential districts for up to (14) days per calendar year. One additional fourteen (14) day extension to the initial term may be approved by the Code Official or authorized designee. Notification must be made to Code Compliance prior to placement. Portable home storage units must be placed wholly within the property lines of the lot being serviced and may not be placed on any public street or right of way.
You may come into the BDS Department offices at Lakeway City Hall, 1102 Lohmans Crossing, and speak to either to a code compliance officer or any member of the staff.You also may call the BDS office at 512-314-7540, fax 512-314-7541, mail Lakeway Building & Development Services/1102 Lohmans Crossing/Lakeway, TX 78734, or send BDS a message via the Contact Us form.
Yes, garage sales are allowed in Lakeway. However, directional signs or advertising signs are not permitted anywhere and all merchandise must be inside the garage or the home.
Construction operations, including the delivery of materials and equipment, which produce noise disturbances, are only permitted between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
The fines are set by the Municipal Court Judge, therefore you must contact the Municipal court at 512-314-7560 for information about the fine amount and making a payment.
Open house directional signs may only be displayed on Saturdays and Sundays from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Signs shall be located no closer than 10 feet from the hard surface of the street and shall not be located in Medians. Signs may only be located at the street intersection of a directional change along the route to the open house. Intermediate signs are not permitted. Signs are never permitted at any point along RR 620 or SH 71. Please attach business card information to each sign and no balloons, banners, streamers, etc. --Sec. 26.04.002
Place receptacles, recycling containers and bundles at the edge of such premises adjacent to the street by 8:00 a.m. on the days assigned for pick-up and removal of such residential refuse, and return same to their respective screened locations after pick-up on the same day. Items too large to fit in receptacles, such as appliances, furniture and mattresses, shall be stored securely in a screened area of the premises, and placed at curbside only on the day scheduled for such removal. --Sec. 20.02.006
Sec. 30.04.001 prohibits the parking of boats/trailers on any public right-of-way or lot (outside of a building). However, one boat with trailer or one utility-type trailer or per lot in district R-6 is allowed.
Yes, please email the court at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
A telephone call does not constitute an appearance. Any requests for action on a case must be made in person or writing. Any written request must be signed by the defendant (manually, or electronically by typing your full name) and submitted with photo identification, phone number, email and mailing address. Written requests or correspondence may be submitted in person, by postal mail at 104 Cross Creek, Lakeway, TX 78734, or by email Scanned and attached) at email@example.com . Please Note: If you correspond with the Court via email, all future correspondence and official notices from the Court will be delivered to you at the email address used.
If you enter a no contest or guilty plea, and would like to request additional time to pay your citation in full, you may request a monthly payment plan, in most cases. If you choose to request a payment plan, you must complete the application in full, and submit it with your plea and request. Any request for action on a case must be made in writing or in person, and must include an original signature and photo identification. The request can be submitted in person at the Lakeway Municipal Court, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that if you request a payment plan, pursuant to the Local Government Code, Sec. 133.103, an additional $15.00 will be assessed on each violation, unless you pay the entire balance in full within 30-days from the date of judgment.Click here for the application, and it can also be located with the other court documents found on this website. This is a lengthy application, so it may benefit you to complete it prior to your appearance date. Please contact the court with any questions.
A. Shorts, cut-offs, bathing suits. B. Low-cut blouses or tops. C. Skirts or dresses that are short (less than halfway from knee to top of thigh). D. Muscle shirts, shirts with no sleeves, undershirts, clothing with lewd, sexual, offensive,vulgar, racist, sexist, obscene, or sexually suggestive words, slogans, depictions, or pictures, including grotesque creatures. E. Clothing that is dirty, torn, or ragged. F. Clothing that is too tight, too short, excessively baggy, pant waists worn below the waist. G. Hats, caps, or bandanas. H. Dirty Work Boots, sandals, flip flops.
The emergency number 911 will be answered by a Lakeway dispatcher in the majority of situations. At times, cell phone 911 calls end up being routed to Travis County dispatch and very rarely, when Lakeway dispatchers are already tied up on other 911 calls, the call will be answered by Travis County. If it is a non-emergency, please dial 512-261-2800.
We always recommend hiring a certified arborist. Hiring a certified arborist will ensure that you are hiring a credentialed professional to take care of the trees that are not only an asset to your property, but to our community as a whole. To find an arborist in your area visit treesaregood.org.
Commercial property owners and homeowners with questions about tree removal permits and landscape alterations should call the Building and Development Services Department at 512-314-7540.
You can prune your oaks anytime from July 1 through January 31, regardless of temperature, provided all pruning wounds of all sizes on oaks are sealed immediately (within 10 minutes max.) Routine oak pruning is prohibited from February 1 through June 30 due to high risk of oak wilt infection. With approval from the City Forester, emergency oak pruning may be allowed during this period if the oak is a public safety or property hazard. Call the City Forester at 512-314-7538 or email@example.com.
Oak wilt is a lethal disease of oak trees at epidemic levels in Central Texas. The disease is caused by the reaction of susceptible oaks to the fungus Ceratocystis fagacearum. The fungus causes the water conducting system of the tree to become plugged causing the tree to wilt, drop its leaves and eventually die. Once infected, the oak wilt fungus can cause mortality in oak trees rather quickly, often times in as little as months or weeks. Therefore, its important to act immediately when you suspect your oak tree to be infected. While oak wilt is always fatal in red oaks, live oaks can be treated with fungicide. Fungicide treatments have a greater chance of success the sooner they are applied.
Drive slowly and watch carefully for children who may dart into the street. Appropriate items should ONLY be tossed from walkers and golf carts.Adult supervision for younger children in the parade is required.
Carpool, please. We know that parking is difficult.
Parking is on side streets. Parade participants may be dropped off at the Live Oak Golf Course driving range. Drivers may park at the Lakeway Church at the intersection of Lakeway Drive and Lakeway Boulevard.
All floats and vehicles will disband at the Lakeway Church.
The parade will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m., and it usually finishes at about 10 a.m.
Arrive early, because Lakeway Drive becomes very congested starting around 7:15 a.m. Participants may enter staging as early as 6:30 a.m.
***PLEASE NOTE *** Lakeway Drive will change to one-way traffic starting at 7 a.m.
We will send the parade numbers a few days prior to the parade via email to the main point of contact.
PLEASE share that number with everyone in your entry.
Also, PLEASE print out the parade number we send and tape it to the LEFT FRONT of your float or the DRIVERS SIDE windshield. This will greatly speed up the arrival process.
FLOATS & PARADE VEHICLES
Beginning at 7 a.m., Lakeway Drive will change to one-way traffic toward the Live Oak Golf Course.
LEFT LANE is reserved for all floats and parade vehicles only.
DROPPING OFF PARTICIPANTS
RIGHT LANE is reserved for antique cars using the Live Oak Golf Course parking lot and cars dropping off participants. The "drop off" vehicles will be directed to Flamingo to drop off their parade participants at the back of the driving range. PLEASE DO NOT drop off participants before reaching Flamingo.
Candy is allowed and may only be tossed from walkers and golf carts but not from elevated floats or boats. Other appropriate items, such as fans, flowers, and gift certificates, are permitted, as well. No political or "issue" propaganda may be used prior or during the parade. Some items are not appropriate to toss into crowds as they may cause injury.
Please select your handouts appropriately.
Refreshments will NOT be available at the staging grounds. Please bring water or snacks for your participants.
Portable toilets will be available only at the staging area.
The official end of the parade is at the Lakeway Activity Center, 105 Cross Creek, where the Hot Dog Reception will begin - generously provided by HEB!
All parade drivers must continue to the Lakeway Church parking lot at the intersection of Lakeway Drive and Lakeway Boulevard to offload their participants.
Winners will be contacted directly on or after July 5, 2022 and will be posted on the city website and at the Lakeway Activity Center during the Hot Dog Reception.
Trophies will be available for pickup at the Lakeway Activity Center main desk on or after July 4.
In the event of light rain, the parade will start on time.
If it is raining heavily close to the 8:30 a.m. start time, organizers may delay the parade start by up to 30 minutes.
The parade will be cancelled in the event of heavy rain, thunder or lightning.
PLEASE SEE THE CITY WEBSITE FOR THE ONLY SOURCE OF CURRENT AND ACCURATE INFORMATION ABOUT THE PARADE.
The parade begins at 8:30 a.m. sharp.
Entries travel one mile from the Live Oak Golf Course Clubhouse to the Lakeway Activity Center, 105 Cross Creek.
Viewers are encouraged to arrive early.
As with all Parks & Recreation activities, please leave your pets safely and comfortably at home.
If you would like to be a parade participant, please complete the Parade Entry Form. The deadline for parade entry applications is June 21, 2022.
Parking is not permitted on Lakeway Drive. Parking is available at the Activity Center, Justice Center, Lakeway City Hall, the Lakeway Church and side streets.
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Staging Area Map (for parade participants):
Parade Route Map (for parade spectators):
Limited handicap parking is available in the Activity Center parking lot. Please display your handicap license or tag. Disabled persons can proceed to the Lakeway Drive side of the Activity Center where we will have a tent marked for disability viewing located along Lakeway Drive.
The Heritage Center is staffed part time and is open to the public on Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. Monthly Heritage Committee meetings held the 2nd Monday of each month at 2:00 pm and visitors are welcome to attend. Current information on the Heritage Center can be found at https://www.lakeway-tx.gov/1684/Heritage-Center or contact the Heritage Center staff at 512-608-9533 or at email@example.com.
A Residential airpark (also spelled air park) is also referred to as a "fly-in community". The word can also refer to a community specifically designed around an airport where the residents each would own their own airplane which they park in their hangar usually attached to the home or integrated into their home.
This type of airfield is very different from a General Aviation Reliever Airport, which are airports designated by the FAA to relieve congestion at Commercial Service Airports and to provide improved general aviation access to the overall community. These may be publicly or privately-owned.
The Lakeway Airpark is not designed to be, nor does it have the capability to be a reliever airport for ABIA.
The Zoning Ordinance covering the airpark and operations there has been updated multiple times. Updates occurred in 1991,1995, 1996, 1998, 2003 and 2010. The 2003 Ordinance prohibited commercial operations, including transportation of passengers, flight instruction and airplane rental. The 2010 Ordinance modified language on flight instruction and added language redefining commercial operations to include a “profit” test.
The 2010 Ordinance redefinition is not legally correct under any interpretation of Texas law. The exchange of goods or services for value is a commercial activity, even if one counterpart is a non-profit, church, charity or governmental entity.
A basic tenet of municipal zoning is that the city must enact zoning that complies with its Comprehensive Plan. The Comprehensive Plan describes limited operations at the airpark as limited recreational uses with commercial services available in Austin.
Former Mayor Edwards likes to tell stories about the history of the airpark when the current ownership took control. On the first day (July 1, 1995) an airplane departed in the dark and struck a deer. Later that day a plane struck a buzzard feeding on the deer on takeoff. At the October “Grand Opening” two planes lost situational awareness and almost collided. One was piloted by legendary Cowboy Coach Landry.
In 2004, a plane crashed after takeoff killing 6 and striking a residence.
In 2019, a plane crashed on Lakeway Blvd. while attempting a landing. The pilot was a student undergoing primary flight instruction. One killed and one seriously injured.
There are additional accidents, non-fatal, which have occurred on the ground at the airpark.
Experts in Flight Safety will tell you that there is always room to improve operations.
A “Flight School” is an FAA certificated (approved) pilot school. This is a business that trains non-pilots for an FAA License. There is no flight school at the airpark.
Obtaining an FAA license is also called Primary Flight Instruction. It includes classroom training, ground instruction, flight instruction leading to a solo flight and then allowing the student pilot to accumulate the required 40 hours needed before testing and obtaining an FAA License.
Testimony in the 2019 FAA investigation confirms that Primary Flight Instruction is conducted at the airpark.
Legend Communities could develop its plan independently and go through the Lakeway Zoning and Planning Commission (ZAPCO) for approval.
No, the city cannot restrict zoning unreasonably. The current zoning for the land is Government, Utility & Institutional (GUI).
No, the land is under contract with Legend Communities and Lakeway Municipal Utility District (LMUD).
No, Lakeway MUD is operated independently from the City of Lakeway. The City of Lakeway does not manage water or wastewater systems or operations.
No, as long as the developer meets the city's current ordinances within the applicable zoning guidelines, the project will move forward.
No, but we encourage developers to create cohesive designs.
No, our parks are free and open to the public.
Yes you can, call (512) 314-7530 to make a reservation or reserve online at https://secure.rec1.com/TX/lakeway-tx/catalog.
For the latest information on boat ramps operated by Travis County visit https://parks.traviscountytx.gov/news#boat
6 a.m.-10 p.m. during Daylight Saving Time and 6 a.m.-8 p.m. during standard time.
The emergency number 911 will be answered by a Lakeway dispatcher in the majority of situations. At times, cell phone 911 calls end up being routed to Travis County dispatch and very rarely, when Lakeway dispatchers are already tied up on other 911 calls, the call will be answered by Travis County.
We use P3 Tip software to allow citizens the ability to make anonymous crime tips. For more information click:
There are several ways: 1. Come to the police department and make your request in person (we will provide a form for you to use) 2. Mail your request to: Lakeway Police Department Attn: Records 1941 Lohmans Crossing Rd., Lakeway, TX 78734 3. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 4. Make a request online:
If your dog or cat has traceable identification, we will attempt to contact you and let you know we have found the animal. You can always call us at 512-261-2800 to inquire about your animal and/or to report it as lost.
Registering an animal is no longer a requirement in the City of Lakeway. The updated ordinance requires having traceable identification for the animal, which can include microchips, tags and tattoos. You can find the City Ordinance here for full details.
This department does not manage water or wastewater. You need to call one of the water companies that services Lakeway.
Please contact TXDOT at 800-558-9368.
Insurance and manufacturer guidelines state you must be 48 inches tall to ride our two larger slides and less than 48 inches to ride the frog slide. No exceptions.
During the summer months there will always be two lanes available for lap swimming during open swim hours. In the fall, winter and spring, lap swimming is available Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6:00 am - 7:30 am and 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm. Monday through Friday from 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm.
During the fall, winter, and spring season the lap pool is heated to 82 degrees and the leisure pool is closed.