Mapping (GIS)

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a mapping system that connects database information to mapping. In this way, city staff is able to graphically depict and analyze data from a variety of sources, including jurisdictional boundaries, zoning, utilities, and streets.

Full-color printed maps are available at the Building & Development Services office in the following sizes:
  • 24” x 36” ($25)
  • 42" x 42" ($35)

Zoning Categories Chart - quick guide to most-used zoning

These maps may also be downloaded in a PDF format for free:

Zoning Maps:

Zoning & ETJ Maps:

Future Land Use Maps:

View Protection Conditional Overlay Map
SUP-STR Map 7-15-2020
Annexation Map:
PDF 24 x 36

ZIP Codes Map:
PDF 8.5 x 11

Lakeway City Limits & Current Development Projects

  • Use the search bar in the map below to enter your address.
  • The dotted line forms the city limits of Lakeway.
  • The orange sections are the city's ETJ (extraterritorial jurisdiction).
  • The blue dots indicate current developments in the city.

Municipal Utility Districts Map

Zoning Map 

View Protection Map