Thanks to all the Lakeway citizens who provided input to the Comprehensive Plan at the May 16 Town Hall and who completed the plan survey. That input is now being compiled and will be made available for the public to review. The Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee will be using this information to develop a vision for Lakeway 2040 and a plan to achieve that vision. More citizen input will be sought in the coming months as the process continues.
|Louis Mastrangelo||City Council Liaison|
|Steve Smith||City Council Liaison|
|Keith Trecker||Arts Committee Liaison|
|Carolyn Nichols||Zoning & Planning Commission Liaison|
|Don Kotrady||Zoning & Planning Commission and Wildlife Advisory Commitee Liaison|
|Dan Vardell||Parks & Recreation Committee Liaison|
|Tom Woodard||Heritage Committee Liaison|
|Heather Kight||Public Engagement Advisory Committee Liaison|
The committee's mission is to develop a new comprehensive plan for Lakeway that will be used for the next 15-20 years. Once approved by City Council, the plan will help guide city leaders in areas such as land use, transportation, infrastructure, parks and recreation, wildlife management, and historical preservation.
It also will be working closely with the city's standing committees and commissions that are already working on many of the areas covered by the plan. Input from these groups will be compiled and assimilated as the plan comes together. Transparency is a priority, and Lakeway citizens can expect to be consulted through surveys, poster sessions, and public events in the coming months.
The committee is working with Design Workshop to capture best practices from similar size cities that have completed comprehensive plans in recent years. The consultants will assist in the process and in drafting the final documents for Lakeway. The plan also will include a capital investment component to analyze the financial aspects of how to achieve the plan's goals.
Estimated completion of the final plan is winter 2019/2020.