Lewisville City Hall

Lewisville City Hall Lewisville, Texas, incorporated in 1925 and had a population of nearly 100,000 people in the 2010 Census. City Hall opened its doors in September 2003 in the heart of historic Old Town Lewisville.
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Lewisville City Hall primarily will be used to post information about City Council activity and municipal elections in Lewisville, Texas. This includes live updates during most City Council meetings.

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Lewisville Planning and Zoning agenda for Tuesday, July 21, 2020. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. via video conferen...
07/17/2020

Lewisville Planning and Zoning agenda for Tuesday, July 21, 2020. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. via video conference. Links to the meeting and how to give comments are in the e-newsletter and on the City of Lewisville website. - https://mailchi.mp/cityoflewisville/agenda-pandz-july-21-2020

07/15/2020

Sailmaker Drive - alley repairs

The City has contracted with SAZ Infrastructure, Inc. to perform repairs to the northern alley entrance on Sailmaker Dr., serving homes on Sailmaker Dr.

Work is scheduled to begin on Thursday, July 16, and be completed by Tuesday, July 21, weather permitting.

No driveways will be affected, and residents will have alley access from the southern entrance on Sailmaker Dr.

If you have questions, contact the Street Division at 972.219.3510.

The blood supply in North Texas is at a critical low. Join the North Texas Mayor's Council on Tuesday, July 14, 10 a.m. ...
07/09/2020

The blood supply in North Texas is at a critical low. Join the North Texas Mayor's Council on Tuesday, July 14, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., for the North Texas Regional Blood Drive. Carter BloodCare will have locations in three North Texas cities. Schedule your appointment at ntc-dfw.org/ntxblooddrive #NTX #DFW #GiveforLife

This Thursday, July 9, is the first of seven sessions of the Mayor's Commission - Listen Learn Lead. The brutal and need...
07/07/2020

This Thursday, July 9, is the first of seven sessions of the Mayor's Commission - Listen Learn Lead.

The brutal and needless death of George Floyd has brought a new focus nationwide on the inequality that still exists in our country and on the need for systemic change. Understanding that change starts at a local level, the City of Lewisville, at Mayor Durham’s behest, is establishing the Mayor’s Commission – Listen Learn Lead.

Information and insight gained from the seven sessions will help build a path forward for Lewisville and will result in recommendations being submitted to City Council and city management.

The July 9 session will be a listening session with these two questions:
* What is your experience as a black man or black woman in the United States?

* What is your experience as a black man or black woman in Lewisville?

Citizens are encouraged to visit https://www.cityoflewisville.com/about-us/listen-learn-lead to learn more, see the list of sessions and dates, commission members and to give written or video feedback.

07/06/2020

Royal Oaks Drive - street and sidewalk repairs

The City has contracted with SAZ Infrastructure, Inc. to perform street and sidewalk repairs on Royal Oaks Dr. from Edmonds Ln. to the end of the street.

Work is scheduled to begin on Thursday. July 9, and be completed by Friday, Sept. 18, weather permitting.

Due to the use of heavy equipment, please use caution when transiting the area. Drivers should expect lane closures.

If you have questions, contact the Street Division at 972.219.3510.

07/06/2020

Saddleback Lane - alley repairs

The City has contracted with SAZ Infrastructure, Inc. to perform repairs to the alley entrance on Saddleback Ln., closest to Sunrise Trail, serving homes on Saddleback Ln.

Work is scheduled to begin on Tuesday, July 7, and be completed by Monday, July 13, weather permitting.

No driveways will be affected, and residents will still be able to access the alley from the mid-block entrance on Saddleback Ln.

If you have questions, contact the Street Division at 972.219.3510.

There is still time to submit an application for the Denton County, Texas OPEN (Operational Plan for Economic Normalizat...
07/03/2020

There is still time to submit an application for the Denton County, Texas OPEN (Operational Plan for Economic Normalization) Business Grant Program, Phase 2.

Application deadline is Monday, July 6 at noon. Find the application and more information at https://dentoncounty.gov/OPEN

Update, Tuesday, July 7 - a revised traffic plan image is in the comments below.A repair to a 30-inch water line located...
07/02/2020

Update, Tuesday, July 7 - a revised traffic plan image is in the comments below.

A repair to a 30-inch water line located at the intersection of Valley Ridge Blvd and Summit Ave will begin on Monday July 6, 2020 at 8 a.m. and is expected to be complete by the end of day Monday, July 20, 2020. Please see the map below for traffic impacts turning this time.

A joint meeting of the Planning and Zoning Commission, Overlay District Board, and Transportation Board will be held on ...
07/02/2020

A joint meeting of the Planning and Zoning Commission, Overlay District Board, and Transportation Board will be held on Tuesday, July 7, 2020. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. via video conference. Links to the meeting and how to give comments are in the e-newsletter and on the City of Lewisville website. - https://mailchi.mp/cityoflewisville/planning-and-zoning-agenda-july-7-2020

07/02/2020
Office of the Governor Greg Abbott

Governor Abbott Establishes Statewide Face Covering Requirement, Issues Proclamation To Limit Gatherings

Wearing a face covering in public is proven to be one of the most effective ways to slow the spread of #COVID19 while continuing to keep Texas businesses open.

Texans should wear a face covering for the health of their families, friends, and for all fellow Texans.

COVID-19 cases are on the rise in Texas. Studies have shown masks provide an extra layer of protection. 😷 #MaskUpLewisvi...
06/29/2020

COVID-19 cases are on the rise in Texas. Studies have shown masks provide an extra layer of protection.
😷 #MaskUpLewisville. Help slow the spread of this disease. https://bit.ly/maskuplewisville #LewisvilleTX #COVID19

Free COVID-19 drive-thru testing will be done Thursday, June 25-Saturday, June 27, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. at New Beginnings Ch...
06/23/2020

Free COVID-19 drive-thru testing will be done Thursday, June 25-Saturday, June 27, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. at New Beginnings Church FM - A Place To Grow, 1569 W. Main St.
Lewisville, TX 75067

Pre-register by calling 512.883.2400 or online at TXCOVIDTEST.ORG

Denton County Mobile COVID-19 Test Collection by the Texas Military Department/State Health Services:

Date: June 25th - 27th, 2020
Time: 10AM - 4PM

Location:
New Beginnings Church
1569 W. Main St.
Lewisville, TX 75067

Pre-register by calling 512.883.2400
or online at TXCOVIDTEST.ORG

06/18/2020

A 42-inch water main break this afternoon near the intersection of Mill and Valley Ridge will impact water pressure in much of central Lewisville while repairs are made. Power has been turned off in some areas as well (including at MCL Grand) for the safety of workers. We will get everything fixed and turned back on as quickly as possible.

As of June 10, 2020, 90 million households have responded to the #2020Census. Out of that number only 58.1% of Lewisvill...
06/17/2020

As of June 10, 2020, 90 million households have responded to the #2020Census. Out of that number only 58.1% of Lewisville residents have responded. Let's work on getting that number up! It's not too late to complete your 2020 Census. Visit https://my2020census.gov/

Mayor Rudy Durham recently published a request for citizens of our community to donate blood. Volunteers who donate at o...
06/16/2020

Mayor Rudy Durham recently published a request for citizens of our community to donate blood. Volunteers who donate at one of the 25 Carter BloodCare donor centers in the month of June 2020 will receive a voucher good for a pint of Blue Bell Ice Cream as a “thank-you” for donating.

Message from Mayor Durham:

The COVID-19 crisis has had an impact on all of us. It has also impacted the blood supply for our region. With the closure of schools, universities, colleges, businesses and houses of worship, blood drives have been significantly reduced. With the decline of organized blood drives and the return of surgical procedures, our blood supply has experienced a profound and sudden decline.

Each day, six hundred patients in area hospitals require a blood transfusion. Carter BloodCare estimates that 1,000 donors are needed each day over the next four days to build back our community blood supply to acceptable levels.

Carter BloodCare follows CDC guidelines and has increased the frequency of cleaning beyond what is required. During the donation process, Carter BloodCare staff members wear masks. Donors may be asked to wear masks as well to ensure the safety of fellow donors and staff.

Your safety and the healthcare of our neighbors is paramount. As mayors, we will be donating blood and are asking our citizens to do the same so our communities will be able to provide the needed healthcare services for our residents.

There are Carter BloodCare centers throughout North Texas. You can identify the location nearest to you by calling 800.366.2834 or visiting carterbloodcare.org. Thank you in advance for stepping up to help our region and sharing this need with your family and friends.

Our most popular perk is back! All donors who give at a donor center in June will get a pint of Texas’s favorite dessert, Blue Bell Ice Cream. Ice cream and saving lives … now that’s a cool deal.

Our community is still in a severe blood shortage, so please come out and donate this week to help patients in our community.

06/15/2020

Sailmaker Drive - alley repairs

The City has contracted with SAZ Infrastructure, Inc. to perform repairs to the east alley entrance on Sailmaker Dr., closest to Corporate Dr., serving homes on Sailmaker Dr.

Work is scheduled to begin on Thursday, June 18, and be completed by Tuesday, June 23, weather permitting.

No driveways will be affected, and residents will have alley access from the northern entrance near Royal Oaks Dr.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have questions, contact the Street Division at 972.219.3510.

06/15/2020

Saddleback Drive- alley repairs

The City has contracted with SAZ Infrastructure, Inc. to perform repairs to the alley entrance on the North side of Saddleback Ln., serving homes on Sunrise Trail and Sunset Path.

Work is scheduled to begin on Tuesday, June 16, and be completed by Monday, June 22, weather permitting.

No driveways will be affected, and residents will still be able to access the alley from the entrance on Autumn Trail.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have questions, contact the Street Division at 972.219.3510.

Information on the next reopening phase for city buildings and facilities.
06/12/2020

Information on the next reopening phase for city buildings and facilities.

The City of Lewisville will begin the next phase of its COVID-19 reopening plan on Monday, June 15, making most city facilities fully open to the public.

This next phase calls for all staff members to return to their offices to conduct regular business. Visitors will no longer need to make an appointment to enter the buildings. Public areas and workspaces within the buildings have been rearranged to comply with physical distancing guidelines. Facial coverings are encouraged for staff and visitors as they enter the buildings.

Facilities that will be fully open to the public on Monday are:
Lewisville City Hall, 151 W. Church St.
Municipal Annex. 1197 W. Main St.
Bacchus Public Service Center, 1100 N. Kealy Ave.
Visit Lewisville Texas, Visitor Information Center – 247 W. Main St
Lewisville Senior Activity Center, inside Music City Mall, 2401 S. Stemmons Freeway – 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Office hours at most city facilities are 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Monday – Thursday, and 7:30 – 11:30 a.m. Friday.

Medical City Lewisville Grand Theater, 100 N. Charles, will be open for small non-ticketed events with restrictions.

Lewisville Parks & Recreation, Sun Valley Aquatic Center, 801 S. Valley Parkway, opens Wednesday, June 17, by appointment only and with restrictions.

Lewisville Public Library begins its Come & Go reopening phase on Monday, June 15. Patrons will be able to access computers, internet, WiFi, and study spaces in a limited capacity and by appointment only. Only individuals with an appointment will be admitted into the Library. Patrons must wear a mask or face covering and have their temperature checked upon entry. The drive-up window continues to operate for material pickup.

A more detailed department-by-department breakdown of reopening plans can be found on the COVID-19 Information page on cityoflewisville.com/about-us/covid19.

06/09/2020

Sailmaker Drive - alley repairs

The City of Lewisville has contracted with SAZ Infrastructure, Inc. to perform repairs to the west alley entrance on Sailmaker Dr., serving homes on Sailmaker Dr. and Whispering Cove.

Work is scheduled to begin on Thursday, June 11, and be completed by Tuesday, June 16, weather permitting.

No driveways will be affected, and residents will have alley access from the northern entrance on Royal Oaks Dr.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have questions, contact the Street Division at 972.219.3510.

Lewisville Police Department Chief Kevin Deaver's conversation with the three organizers of the peaceful protest march i...
06/04/2020

Lewisville Police Department Chief Kevin Deaver's conversation with the three organizers of the peaceful protest march in Lewisville on June 2, 2020.

Link to YouTube video: https://youtu.be/xBnjV5erITs

Photo credit: Pombomb Media

Statement from Mayor Rudy Durham on the June 2, 2020 demonstrationLink to statement: http://ow.ly/Ftde50zYkXY
06/04/2020

Statement from Mayor Rudy Durham on the June 2, 2020 demonstration

Link to statement: http://ow.ly/Ftde50zYkXY

After Action Report for the June 2, 2020 demonstration from Lewisville Police Department Chief Kevin Deaver.Link to the ...
06/03/2020

After Action Report for the June 2, 2020 demonstration from Lewisville Police Department Chief Kevin Deaver.

Link to the report can be found at http://ow.ly/3DxK50zYg7Q

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151 W Church St
Lewisville, TX
75057

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Monday 07:30 - 17:30
Tuesday 07:30 - 17:30
Wednesday 07:30 - 17:30
Thursday 07:30 - 17:30
Friday 07:30 - 11:30

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(972) 219-3400

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