Building & Development Services

This is a photo of a hand stamping a document as approved.

Effective Jan. 1, 2017, the City of Lakeway changed to the Full Set of the 2015 International Building Code and the 2014 National Electric Code. This does include the 2015 IRC.

Any building permits submitted after Jan. 1, 2017 must be designed to the 2015 IBC and 2014 NEC.

If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Ray Miller, Jr., director of Building and Development Services, at 512-314-7559 or [email protected].


About the Building & Development Services Department


The Building & Development Services Department (BDS) is generally responsible for development, implementation, and enforcement of the City’s Zoning, Subdivision, Development, and Building regulations, as well as other relevant State and Local laws.

BDS serves as the primary contact and facilitator for the Zoning and Planning Commission, the City Building Commission, and the Board of Adjustment.

Additionally, BDS manages the City’s Geographic Information System (GIS), which provides city staff and the general public with current maps and database information.

No Solicitation List


Please note that BDS maintains a "No Visit" list which notifies solicitors of residences that should not be disturbed.

Meeting Materials, Exhibits, and Packets



April 11, 2018 Joint City Council and ZAPCO Work Session Packet
– Proposed Changes to Chapter 26 “Signs” of the Lakeway Municipal Code


Lakeway City Center Planned Unit Development (PUD)

The Lakeway Zoning and Planning Commission (ZAPCO) heard presentations about the proposed Lakeway City Center developed by HSD at two public meetings.
ZAPCO conducted a public hearing at its regular meeting on March 7 and a special session on March 15, both at Lakeway City Hall, 1102 Lohmans Crossing.
ZAPCO is set to review the City Center PUD (Planned Unit Development) at its regular meeting at 9:15 a.m. April 4 at Lakeway City Hall.
The developer is proposing to build a 63-acre, mixed-use development for residential, retail, office, hotel-conference/performing arts center use between Lohmans Crossing and Rolling Green and adjacent to Lakeway Elementary School.