Lakeway Municipal Utility District (LMUD), established in 1972, provides water, wastewater and some reuse services to many of the homes and businesses in the City of Lakeway and a portion of the Village of the Hills. LMUD serves over 4,200 water customers and over 3,000 wastewater customers. Learn More →
This year marks LMUD’s 48th anniversary, which the utility is celebrating throughout the year with a series of events aimed towards helping the community learn about smart water usage. →
Take a behind the scenes look at how our team and exemplary facilities provide you and local businesses with quality water services. →
The Project impacts the first 17 sections of Lakeway, an area with properties currently primarily served by personal septic systems.→
Knowing how to spot the difference between contact from a valid company representative versus a scammer can help you and your family stay safe.→
How much water does your yard really need to stay healthy?→
Assessing and mitigating issues with your home’s vulnerability to wildfires may not just save your property, but your neighbors’ as well.→
Check back regularly for updates on watering restrictions, water conservation tips, new initiatives, and more. Our Regular Board Meetings are open to the public and held the second Wednesday of each month, 9:30am at our District Office, 1097 Lohmans Crossing. Visit our Updates page for more updates. Read More →
As published in Lake Travis View, week of February 13, 2020. Got leaks? DIY or call a plumber? Fact: Each American uses an average of 88 gallons of water a day at home. According to the EPA, the average family...
On February 12, 2020 Lakeway MUD (LMUD) unveiled the Lakeway Historical Marker that was recently installed at their district office, located at 1097 Lohmans Crossing. The event was attended by the MUD’s current Board of Directors members and department managers...
As published in Lakeway Voice, February 2020. Greener Grass with Less Water Did you know that the average household, nationally, spends 50 percent of their water usage on outdoor irrigation? During the winter, most of us in Central Texas...