The City of Sunrise Beach Village is essentially a retirement and recreational residential community. The land lying within its corporate limits is an elongated parcel running generally North and South with extensive property fronting on Lake Lyndon B. Johnson. According to the 2000 census there are 826 residences, 704 full-time residents. Our City has the Mayor/Councilmembers form of government consisting of the Mayor and five Councilmembers who serve two-year terms. The Mayor serves as the City Administrator.
Located in Llano County, Sunrise Beach Village is about 60 miles Northwest of Austin and is situated in the scenic recreational area of the Highland Lakes.
Isolated at the end of FM 2233, Sunrise Beach Village enjoys the advantage of an excellent highway access road without the traffic associated with most major and minor routes in the area. The location, coupled with only one access road, provides a measure of security and privacy that is lacking in many retirement and recreational communities.
The climatic conditions in the area are of great economic advantage both for local outdoor activity and for enjoyment of the beautiful Texas Hill Country by both residents and visitors. Area activities include boating, fishing, hunting, camping, golf and just plain relaxing in one of the most beautiful parts of the State.
POLICE DEPARTMENT: The Sunrise Beach Police department has 4 full-time officers and provides police coverage 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Chief of Police resides within the community. Both are able to respond on short notice to any situation. Our police officers also patrol area waters in the Police Boat and enforce water safety laws.
FIRE DEPARTMENT: Fire protection is provided by the highly rated Sunrise Beach Volunteer Fire Department. The Department has an average membership of more than 40 volunteers and has 8 fire trucks and a fireboat. They utilize lake water pumped from 16 dry hydrants located throughout the community and water pumped by the fireboat. You are invited to attend a training meeting and become a volunteer fire fighter.
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES: Ambulance services are provided by Llano County EMS with units based in Kingsland and Llano. Patients are generally delivered to the Llano Memorial Hospital. First responders are provided by the Sunrise Beach Volunteer Fire Department. The City and Fire Department also have a total of four automatic defibrillators. One is carried in each police car. The other two are carried by trained volunteers, one on each end of the City.