Most offices in the cities of Lakeway, Bee Cave and West Lake Hills remain closed Feb. 2.

Officials with the city of Lakeway are cautioning residents to be careful driving roadways, as there are nonfunctioning traffic lights and downed limbs in the area.

Lakeway officials are also asking that residents report outages directly to Austin Energy at 512-322-9100 or Pedernales Electric Cooperative at 888-883-3379, or by texting “Outage” to 25022.

“Power crews are out in full force; however, with all trees and limbs continuing to fall, they are having to prioritize getting power to our water treatment facilities and other vital resources. Plan to possibly be without power for an extended time while crews continue to make repairs,” city officials said.

A warming center is available at the Lakeway Police Department, located at 1941 Lohmans Crossing Road, Lakeway.

Residents can call the Lakeway Police Department at 512-261-2800 for nonemergencies and help getting to the warming center.

Bee Cave City Hall, Bee Cave Public Library, Bee Cave Central Park and the city’s court will remain closed through Feb. 2, according to the city’s website.

For those without power who need access to a warming center, the city of Bee Cave has coordinated with the Lakeway Police Department, city officials said.

Bee Cave is also working on providing dumpsters for small branches only at different spots throughout the city Feb. 2-3. The city will update locations when dumpsters arrive.

In a Facebook post to residents, Bee Cave Mayor Kara King said crews from AE and PEC were working diligently to restore power; however, she wanted to set expectations that trees were still coming down, and while roads were relatively safe to drive, bridges should be avoided.

At the time of this report, power outages maps from Austin Energy are still showing significant power outages in West Lake Hills and the Lake Travis area.

Residents can report power outages to Austin Energy at or by calling 512-322-9100.

Pending further weather issues, the city of Rollingwood Planning and Zoning Commission will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 2, in Rollingwood City Council Chambers. All garbage and recycling collection regularly scheduled for Feb. 2 in Rollingwood have been delayed to Feb. 3.