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A Celebration of Water
Water is vital to all life on Earth, yet it cannot be manufactured. The same amount of water that existed from the beginning of time essentially exists today, but where it is in the water cycle and how humans interact with it determines its usability. Luckily for us, our community faces minimal water shortages, even in times of drought, but treating it involves a complicated process and continual monitoring. Lakeway is also limited to one water source: Lake Travis, so it’s vitality important to the way in which we live.Since 1972, Lakeway Municipal Utility District (LMUD) has provided water and wastewater services to over 10,000 residents and business owners in the Lakeway community. This includes maintenance of extensive water infrastructure, including Lakeway’s iconic golf ball water tower. 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. The series kicks off in February with the unveiling of a Lakeway Historic Marker at their district office, recognizing LMUD as one of the first MUDs in Texas and the first utility company in Lakeway. LMUD also developed one of the state’s first innovative approaches to water conservation with a water reuse system to irrigate Youpon Golf Course, which is now extended throughout the city. Throughout the year, LMUD is hosting water-related presentations covering topics from plumbing to health featuring guest speakers. Attendees will leave with information and resources that can be implemented at home or work for lifestyle, cost, and efficiency benefits.
RSVP is appreciated, but not required to attend.
Men residing in the greater Lakeway area are welcome to attend the Lakeway Men's Breakfast Club for a $1 Continental Breakfast starting at 7 a.m. then, starting at 8 a.m., stay to hear Earl Foster, General Manager of LMUD, discuss the history of water services in Lakeway and plans for the future. It will prove to be an eye-opening insight into what it takes to manage the water and wastewater services that are so vital to our community.Find out more »
2020 marks LMUD's 48th year of service to the Lakeway community. We are honored to be recognized this year by the City as a historically significant entity with the installation of a Lakeway Historical Marker at our district office. We welcome all Lakeway residents to stop by anytime throughout the year, starting February 13th, to view and read the commemorative plaque as well as meet our staff during regular business hours.Find out more »
Join LMUD during the annual Fix a Leak Week. Easy-to-fix water leaks account for nearly 1 trillion gallons of water wasted each year in U.S. homes, according to the EPA. Learn how to spot leaks, shut off your water during major leaks, fix some leaks, and when to call a professional plumber. We’ll also cover how we handle water meter profiles and leak adjustments. This session will cover indoor water leaks only.Find out more »
April is Water Conservation Month! Drinkable water is not an infinite resource, yet it’s essential for all life on Earth. As Lake Travis rises and falls, using water wisely year-round will help ensure we have enough drinkable water for our community in times of drought and for future generations. Learn how making small changes in how you use water at home can not only save you money, but help protect our lakes.Find out more »
May is Wildfire Awareness Month! “Not if, but when” is a common stance held by those involved in fire and rescue. Are you prepared if a wildfire should occur close to your home? What’s in each of your home’s "ignition zones”? Do you have a "To-Go" kit? Being proactive is always the best defense! Come to this free workshop sponsored by the City of Lakeway, Lakeway MUD, and Lake Travis Fire and Rescue to learn how to prepare yourself, your family,…Find out more »