Author: LLWCID Management

  • 2021 LLWCID Financial Audit

    Each year, the District hires an audit firm to conduct a financial audit. Please click the link below to view the 2021 financial audit. If you have any questions regarding the third-party audit please contact the District office at 325-690-0835 or llwcid@llwcid.org.

  • Job Opportunities

    The Lytle Lake WCID is currently hiring for the following positions: All positions are currently filled. Please check back!

  • Lost and Found

    If you are missing a boat, dock equipment, or other on-water object please contact llwcid@llwcid.org. We have a list of lost items and may be able to assist. Thanks, Management

  • Bull Rush Removal

    Bull Rush Removal The Board of Directors recently adopted the following bulrush removal procedure: The District will remove abundant bulrush at each of the shared locations around the lake (i.e. boat ramps). Individual property owners can remove bulrush within 50 feet of their property shoreline.  This can be done alone or as a shared expense […]

  • Water Quality

    Water testing was performed on Lytle Lake in March 2021.

  • 2021 Tax Rate Notice

    August 20, 2021 Dear District Members, As required by the Texas Tax Code, the Lytle Lake Water Control and Improvement District will hold a meeting of the Board of Directors at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 9, 2021, at 402 Cedar Street, Abilene, Texas 79601 to consider adopting a tax rate for tax year 2021. […]

  • Newsletters

    District Newsletters are sent to District members quarterly. See below an archive of previous District newsletters.

  • LLWCID 2022 Board of Directors

    President Jim McCathren Mr. McCathren has served on the LLWCID Board of Directors since 2016. Mr. McCathren was elected for a second term in 2020 and was appointed as the LLWCID Board President. Mr. Rusty Beard Mr. Beard was elected to the LLWCID Board of Directors in May 2022. Mr. Beard currently serves as the […]

  • Board Meetings Agendas

    Please see the agendas for past and upcoming Board of Directors meetings. If you would like to provide input or comment on any agenda item in an upcoming Board meeting please plan to attend that meeting. For information about how to participate in public comment please see Board Meetings.

  • Boat Safety

    The lake is a lot more fun when your family and guests don’t get hurt. Texas requires boater education for most anyone born after 1993 and it’s a good idea for everyone else too. It’s like driver’s Ed for watercraft. About $30 online at Texas.gov. Test your knowledge with some sample questions atBoatsmarttexam.com OR click […]