Lakeway Police Department receives national design award

The $23 million facility was opened in 2019 and replaced the original facility built in 1981. (Grace Dickens/Community Impact Newspaper)
The $23 million facility was opened in 2019 and replaced the original facility built in 1981. (Grace Dickens/Community Impact Newspaper)

The $23 million facility was opened in 2019 and replaced the original facility built in 1981. (Grace Dickens/Community Impact Newspaper)



The city of Lakeway received a national award for the building design of the Lakeway Police Department in December. Officer Magazine held its second annual Law Enforcement Design Competition in 2021, which recognizes architecture and design from public safety and law enforcement facilities nationwide. Among 18 recipients, the department was given a silver award for facilities under 50,000 square feet, designed by Brinkley Sargent Wiginton Architects in Dallas. Submissions from architectural firms to the magazine were reviewed by a panel of five judges.
By Grace Dickens

Reporter, Lake Travis/Westlake

Grace is the Lake Travis/Westlake reporter for education and city government. She joined Community Impact Newspaper in October 2021 after graduating from the University of Texas at Austin with degrees in journalism and geography.