Some West Lake Hills residents may be required to undergo address changes due to 911 procedures

911 coordinator Anjali Naini presents necessary  addressing procedures during an Oct. 7 regular meeting.

911 coordinator Anjali Naini presents necessary addressing procedures during an Oct. 7 regular meeting.

A small number of West Lake Hills residents may receive notices to change their home addresses in order to improve security and safety measures.

Mayor Linda Anthony explained during an Oct. 7 meeting that the city periodically needs to reassign street addresses due to improper numbering, which may pose a problem for first responders who are unable to locate a resident.

While this is an infrequent and inconvenient action for residents, it’s also an important safety measure, according to Anthony.

There are currently two households required to change addresses; however, more will follow next year, according to Anjali Naini, the city’s director of building and development services and 911 coordinator. The city will not be making any changes after the month of October due to the approaching holiday season.

Various issues require an address change, such as having an even numbered address on the odd numbered side of the street or the wrong street name. Some West Lake Hills homes were never assigned an official 911 address.

Residents who are aware of certain address issues are encouraged to contact Naini and the city of West Lake Hills.
SHARE THIS STORY


MOST RECENT

Co-owner Trevor Mackellar founded Healthy Pet with Chris Jabbori in 2012. (Community Impact staff)
Austin-based pet store Healthy Pet opens in Hill Country Galleria

Healhy Pet will host local adoption events and feature self-serve dog wash stations.

The Austin Board of Realtors recently published its annual market report. (Brian Rash/Community Impact Newspaper)
Median home price in Lake Travis-Westlake market higher in 2019 than any other year on record

The Austin Board of Realtors released both its December and year-end 2019 Central Texas Housing Market Report on Jan 16.

Gordon Butler, Lake Travis High School principal, spoke on the district's drug testing program during a Jan. 15 meeting (Amy Rae Dadamo/Community Impact)
Lake Travis ISD officials revisit the discussion on the district’s drug testing program

The LTISD board of trustees revisited the discussion on the district's random drug testing program at their Jan. 16 meeting.

Austin City Council is considering an end to enforcement of low level marijuana possession laws. (SHELBY SAVAGE/COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER)
Support grows among Austin City Council members who want to end local penalties for low-level marijuana possession

If successful, the Austin Police Department would no longer hand out arrests or citations for possession of marijuana with no intent to distribute.

The city of Lakeway began a soft launch of its new website the afternoon of Jan. 16. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Lakeway commences soft launch of new city website design

Lakeway Communications Director Jarod Wise spearheaded the revamp.

Delays have pushed back completion of the much-anticipated Bee Creek Sports Complex to spring 2022. (Brian Rash/Community Impact Newspaper)
Utility and other hurdles delay Bee Creek Sports Complex

Though it was initially planned to be ready for play by 2020, delays pertaining to construction and, more specifically, to water service, have pushed the completion date of the much-anticipated Bee Creek Sports Complex to spring 2022.

Johnny Hill—Lake Travis ISD’s assistant superintendent for business, financial and auxiliary services—presented the district's budget projections during a Jan. 15 school board meeting. (Amy Rae Dadamo/Community Impact Newspaper)
Lake Travis ISD projects a balanced budget and decreased tax rate for the 2020-21 school year

Lake Travis ISD begins its preliminary discussion on the 2020-21 budget.

Thai Spice's sister restaurant, Green Mango by Thai Spice, offers a variety of dishes made from family recipes. (Courtesy Green Mango by Thai Spice)
Lakeway's Thai Spice opens in a new location

Thai Spice celebrated its first day of business in its new location Jan. 14.

zanjero park water
Travis County commissioners pursue easement to bring water to Las Lomitas subdivision

Travis County commissioners are working to address colonias—unincorporated areas in the county that lack basic utilities.

Austin Public Health is investigating a confirmed rubella case, the first case of the contagious viral infection in Travis County since 1999. (Courtesy Fotolia)
Austin Public Health confirms city’s first rubella case since 1999

Austin Public Health is investigating a confirmed rubella case, the first case of the contagious viral infection in Travis County since 1999.

Travis County commissioners will receive preliminary estimates for a new peace officer step pay scale at their Jan. 28 meeting. (Courtesy Travis County Sheriff's Office)
Travis County commissioners consider revisions to peace office pay

Travis County commissioners are considering options that will revise the pay scale for peace officers, including law enforcement, corrections and park rangers.

Lake Travis ISD calls the May 2 General Election during a Jan. 15 school board meeting. 
ALI LINAN/COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER
Lake Travis ISD calls May 2 general election

Both Dorsett and Beard submitted an application for a place on the ballot.

Back to top