Set It, But Don’t Forget It: Sprinkler System Checkup
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Set It, But Don’t Forget It: Sprinkler System Checkup

As published in the Lake Travis View, April 2021. Yes, your grass is green, but watering too much at the wrong time in the wrong way is not only wasteful, but also harmful to your lawn…and budget. Green grass with less water is possible with regular checkups for your in-ground automatic irrigation system. Strapped for…

AutoPay Sign Up Instructions
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AutoPay Sign Up Instructions

The convenience of AutoPay allows our customers time-saving benefits as well as some peace of mind that their payments will be made on time. We offer AutoPay through two methods: Credit or Debit Card: The LMUD Board of Directors approved an automatic $2 convenience fee to each credit or debit card transaction, starting with the…

Open House, March 27-31: Conversation Starters at 10am and 2pm daily

Open House, March 27-31: Conversation Starters at 10am and 2pm daily

Stop in any day this week! We’d love to meet with you in person. Our Open House is happening at our district office (1097 Lohmans Crossing) and open every day this week (March 27 – 31, 2023) from 8am – 5pm, closed noon-1pm for lunch. Conversation Starters on various water-related topics will be held at…

Water Matters: Dec. 2022 – Mar. 2023 edition
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Water Matters: Dec. 2022 – Mar. 2023 edition

Join us, in partnership with Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), on keeping our air and water clean, conserving water and energy, and reducing waste by pledging to Take Care of Texas! The pledge signifies your commitment to protecting the Texas environment with every- day actions. To thank you for your pledge, you’ll receive a…

Reuse Water Distribution System Connection Installation Requirements – Residential Application

Reuse Water Distribution System Connection Installation Requirements – Residential Application

Purpose and Background This document is to advise and guide property owners and/or their contractors who perform the work of the requirements regarding permitting, design, installation, and inspection of a residential connection to the Lakeway Municipal Utility District (LMUD) reuse/recycled/reclaimed water distribution system (“reuse system”) for irrigation purposes. Once installed, these systems shall be regarded…

Water Matters: August – November 2022 edition
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Water Matters: August – November 2022 edition

No water to drink, or wash your hands with. No water to shower, flush the toilet, or do laundry. Hospitals would close without water. Firefighters couldn’t put out fires and farmers couldn’t water their crops. Disease would spread. Imagine a Day Without Water is held this year on October 20. Take a deeper dive into…

When Natural Disasters Strike, Be Prepared
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When Natural Disasters Strike, Be Prepared

As published in the Lake Travis View, February 2021. For the first time in history, the entire state of Texas was recently placed under a record-setting Winter Storm Warning when a frigid arctic blast gripped much of the U.S. Across the state, thousands of residents suffered hardships due to loss of power, water pressure, and…

Water Matters: April – July 2022 edition
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Water Matters: April – July 2022 edition

May 1-7, 2022 is nationally recognized as Drinking Water Week. It provides a unique opportunity for both water professionals and the communities they serve to recognize the vital role water plays in our daily lives. Join us to celebrate our 50th anniversary during Drinking Water Week for a greater understanding of our role and yours…

‘Hard’ water good for you, not your home
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‘Hard’ water good for you, not your home

As published in the Lake Travis View, October 2021. Let’s talk about the water cycle for a second: when rain falls, it gathers in bodies of water such as lakes and aquifers. The types of rocks found in these bodies of water begin to slowly enrich the water with dissolved minerals. The greater the amount…

Board of Directors Election Information
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Board of Directors Election Information

The Lakeway Municipal Utility District (LMUD) Board of Directors is made up of five members. All board members are elected “at large.” All office holders for District elective office shall meet the requirements for public office prescribed by state and federal law. They must be registered voters, residing in the City of Lakeway for at…

Water Meter Upgrade Project
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Water Meter Upgrade Project

MAKING WAY FOR SMARTER METERS, UTILITY LMUD is in the process of undergoing a transformation to become a “smart(er)” utility, implementing the latest technology in water metering. With water’s increasing recognition as a precious resource that must be conserved, effective monitoring and metering play a critical role in water management. Advancements in technology help utilities…

Water Matters: Aug-Nov 2021 edition
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Water Matters: Aug-Nov 2021 edition

National Water Quality Month (August) is dedicated to making the most of the relatively small amount of fresh water we have, because having clean water is vital to our individual health, our collective agricultural needs, and the needs of our environment. When Natural Disasters Strike, Be Prepared For the first time in history, the entire…

LMUD Participates in the City’s Largest 4th of July Parade to Date
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LMUD Participates in the City’s Largest 4th of July Parade to Date

Last year, the City of Lakeway was forced to cancel their largest celebration of the year due to the pandemic. This year, the City of Lakeway coordinated one of the best and THE biggest 4th of July parade the City has ever seen! Always a family-friendly event, the City planned a lineup of activities for…