Emergency & Contact Info

Water or wastewater emergency?
Call Austin Water at 512.972.1000

Austin Water

As of December 1, 2014 Austin Water is the sole provider and maintainer of water and wastewater facilities for all Lost Creek Residents. The Austin Water website provides a list of important numbers for their customers.

Current Issues

Chipper Days Nov 7 and 8

Bulky Item Collection Nov 14

Proposed Sidewalks on Lost Creek Blvd. read more.....

Final Fiscal Year 2015-2016 Budget read more.....

Animal Leash Ordinance read more....

nbm:6:30pm November 24 packet



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Lake Levels Wed 25 Nov 9:00 PM

  • Lake Buchanan
    72% capacity
    1007.88 ft
    normal: 1010.48 ft msl
  • Lake Travis
    86% capacity
    672.01 ft
    normal: 665.93 ft msl
  • Combined
    80% capacity
    1598 k acre ft

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Burn Ban?

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Oak Wilt Risk



Lost Creek Weather Station Wed 25 Nov 9:11 PM



Today Hi: 71.3° Lo: 61.0°



Feels like 69.0°

Rainfall Today

0.02 in

Winds East at 1.0 mph


30.296 in

Rising Slowly

  • New Water Service

    If you're a new Lost Creek resident, Welcome! As of December 1, 2014, water and wastewater service for all Lost Creek residents is provided by Austin Water.

    Billing for Austin Water is provided by Austin Energy. To establish water service for your Lost Creek residence, visit Austin Energy residential services to set up an account.

  • Save Water & Money

    Saving water means saving money and it could help to save the planet. We all benefit when we make the most of our precious water supply. Yards can consume large quanities of water, and therefore provide opportunities for tremendous water savings. Learn about ways to save water in your yard and garden at the Grow Green website.

  • Be Firewise™

    The National Firewise Communities Program provides resources for firefighter safety, community planning, landscaping and maintenance to protect people, property and natural resources from fire. Visit the Firewise website for videos and other resources with advice pertaining to home construction, landscaping, and a wide range of wildland and urban fire safety issues.