Board Selects New Director

Director Preston Doege resigned as Lost Creek Board Director because he is moving out of the Lost Creek neighborhood. After interviewing several very qualified Lost Creek residents, the Board selected Ms. Leah Stewart to replace Mr. Doege.

Leah lives at 6108 Turtle Point Drive in Lost Creek and has been a happy Lost Creek resident since 2003. Born and raised in northern Virginia, Leah and her husband Tim Beets, a native Texan, settled in Austin after finishing school. With their two sons, Sam and Charlie, Leah and Tim take advantage of all Lost Creek has to offer, including its parks, swimming in nearby Barton Creek, hiking to Sculpture Falls, and Lost Creek Neighborhood Association festivities. Although she dreams of owning a lot compatible with a pool, she loves her neighbors on Turtle Point too much to trade for another wonderful Lost Creek home.

Leah has a B.S. in Genetics from Texas A&M University and a J.D. from the University of Virginia. She practice healthcare regulatory law at Beatty Bangle Strama PC. Although a busy law practice and motherhood leave little free time, Leah and Tim love to hike Big Bend and other national parks, enjoy fishing, boating, and swimming at the lakes, and exploring Central Texas.

posted: Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Sidewalk Ballots Count

The sidewalk ballots have been counted and verified and the results are:

No Sidewalks - 452 votes

Lost Creek Blvd. only - 59 votes

Lost Creek Blvd and other areas on the map - 100 votes

invalid votes that were duplicates or could not be determined - 14

posted: Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Protect your home from wildfire

Lost Creek is actively working in the greenbelts to reduce the risk of wildfire by removing ladder fuel and raising the canopy along trails and the trailheads. This is a never ending project but you can help protect your investment by trimming trees and removing ladder fuel around your home. We have literature at our office located at 1305 Quaker Ridge to help guide you in protecting your home and here is a link to some videos for you to view to help you protect your home.

watch the video

We also offer a free chipper service twice a year to help coordinate the removal of brush and ladder fuel to allow you to trim and remove trees around your home. We post the dates in our quarterly newsletters so please read them.

posted: Thursday, August 15, 2013

2012 Consumer Confidence Report

Here is the 2012 Consumer Confidence Report

posted: Tuesday, July 2, 2013

May 11, 2013 Limited District Election results

An election was held May 11, 2013 to authorize Lost Creek MUD to convert to a Limited District and here is how you voted:

Precinct 330 voted 182 for and 91 against

Precinct 317 voted 449 for and 209 against

Precinct 357 voted 179 for and 109 against

A total of 1,218 Lost Creek residents voted with 810 (67%) for and 409 (33%) against.

Under the measure, the City of Austin will assume operation of the water and sewer system December 1, 2014 and on December 15, 2015 Lost Creek Municipal Utility District will convert to the Lost Creek Limited District. The Limited District will be managed by a five member Board elected locally and will retain existing parks, trailheads and greenbelts, the community building and will continue to enforce local deed covenants. Additionally, the Limited District will maintain the medians in Lost Creek Blvd and additional greenbelt property owned by the City.

posted: Monday, May 13, 2013

What are Lost Creek taxes?

The Lost Creek MUD 2014 tax rate is $0.08 per $100 evaluation. Here is how to calculate your taxes: $$Dollar value of your home / $100 X $0.08 = Your annual tax payment in dollars.

Effective December 1, 2014 the City of Austin assumed operation of the water and wastewater utilities for questions about rates and fees, please contact the City at 512-494-9400.

posted: Tuesday, April 30, 2013


Preparing the annual budget is a five month process involving the Lost Creek MUD residents, the Mud Board, the Finance Committee and staff. The budget is approved in September of each year and includes any amendments to the tax rate or changes in water and sewer rates. Click the PDF below to see the current proposed draft budget for Fiscal Year 2013-2014. All items that appear in red are changes from previous versions of the proposed budget.

Final Budget

posted: Monday, April 1, 2013