(The information below was taken from: www.beecavetexas.gov/home). You may also use the hyperlinks to view detailed information about each specific topic, found on various local web sites.
The City of Bee Cave is rich in history. The City, as we know it today, did not exist until 1987, but the idea of an area where people could live without the influence of “big city” government has been the area’s “calling card” for over 140 years. As early as the 1850s, Dietrich Bohls moved from Austin to his new home at the confluence of Barton Creek and Little Barton Creek. The population of Austin had reached 900 people, and Mr. Bohls was looking for a place to raise his family away from the confines of the city and its influence.
This community is beautiful, family-oriented and thriving and is known as the gateway to the Hill Country between downtown Austin and the lakes. The mission of Bee Cave is to preserve and enhance the quality of life of citizens with a commitment to the highest standards in public and private services. We offer a healthy balance of retail and office business with great residential neighborhoods and an abundance of outdoor recreation. We strive to be unique with a balanced and progressive vision for future development and growth, in an inclusive and environmentally responsible manner. We embrace our Hill Country heritage trading and living with small-town values in an urban sub-rural setting.
Bee Cave offers residents many ways to get involve through a variety of organizations. A city calendar is maintained as a quick resource for residents to find local events and happenings. Amenities can be found through the web site Points of Interest page.
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