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The Neighborhood Parking Enforcement Project is ongoing, and we're continuing our series about different parking violati...
10/23/2020

The Neighborhood Parking Enforcement Project is ongoing, and we're continuing our series about different parking violations. To learn more about the project, visit bit.ly/LPDParking.

DYK, it is a violation to park within 15 feet of a fire hydrant? Help out our friends at Lewisville Fire by leaving enough space for firefighters to directly and quickly access fire hydrants. Every second counts when dealing with a fire.

Thank you Andrei and Avery for surprising our officers with water and Gatorade. We appreciate the support from our amazi...
10/22/2020

Thank you Andrei and Avery for surprising our officers with water and Gatorade. We appreciate the support from our amazing #lewisvilletx residents! #ThankfulThursday

It's School Bus Safety Week! Do you know when to 🛑 for a school bus? RED FLASHING LIGHTS and STOP ARMS means the bus has...
10/21/2020

It's School Bus Safety Week! Do you know when to 🛑 for a school bus? RED FLASHING LIGHTS and STOP ARMS means the bus has stopped and children are getting on or off. Drivers must come to a complete stop in both directions. The only exception is if there is a divided highway (raised median or physical barrier) between the school bus and oncoming traffic. In that case, oncoming traffic can proceed with caution.

We stand with Houston Police Department after Sgt. Harold Preston was killed in the line of duty and another officer was...
10/20/2020

We stand with Houston Police Department after Sgt. Harold Preston was killed in the line of duty and another officer was injured. Our condolences to the department, and the friends and family of Sgt. Preston.

From Chief Art Acevedo:

"Those of us who knew, loved, & respected Sgt. Harold Preston knew him to be a wonderful, courageous, and humble servant, from an amazing family.

While many may never say his name, or honor his life of selfless service, we will never forget. RIP kind hero, we will celebrate you."

Officers Sparkman and Lopez received Lewisville Way Awards for their recent actions on patrol..Sgt. Kemp and Officers Sp...
10/20/2020

Officers Sparkman and Lopez received Lewisville Way Awards for their recent actions on patrol.
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Sgt. Kemp and Officers Sparkman and Lopez responded to a call of a suspicious vehicle. A family had traveled from Austin and ran out of gas. A female member of the family had also been recently hospitalized and was exhausted from travel. To help the family on their way so they could get some rest, Ofc. Lopez went to get gas while Ofc. Sparkman made a makeshift funnel to transfer the gas to the vehicle. Sgt. Kemp gave the family money to help them until they could get more assistance.
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Lewisville Way awards are awarded to City of Lewisville employees who exemplify our core values to Value People, Serve Every Day and Build Our future. The kindness and professionalism exhibited by these officers is a perfect example of these values and our goal to provide the best service and assistance to residents, visitors and businesses in #lewisvilletx. Thank you officers!

It's National School Bus Safety Week. 🚌 Hopefully you watched our video from Friday (https://youtu.be/stR5g5gRr9c) and a...
10/19/2020

It's National School Bus Safety Week. 🚌 Hopefully you watched our video from Friday (https://youtu.be/stR5g5gRr9c) and are aware that LPD Traffic Division will be out in full force this week to make sure drivers obey the law when encountering school buses. Let's all work together to keep our children safe.

In case you need a reminder, Red Lights Mean STOP. 🛑 If a school bus has RED FLASHING LIGHTS and STOP ARMS, it means STOP for children getting on or off the bus. Motorists must come to a complete stop in both directions. The only exception is for a divided highway (raised median or physical barrier.) In that case, oncoming traffic does not stop, but should proceed with caution.

Next Saturday, Oct. 24 is DEA National Rx Take Bay Day. Safely turn in your expired or unused meds from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m....
10/17/2020

Next Saturday, Oct. 24 is DEA National Rx Take Bay Day. Safely turn in your expired or unused meds from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at Lewisville High School. Lewisville PD will accept, secure and deliver medications for proper disposal.

10/16/2020
National School Bus Safety Week

Oct. 19-23 is National School Bus Safety Week. Your Lewisville Police Department is participating in this public safety campaign and will be out in full force next week to ensure drivers obey the law when they encouter school buses.🚌

Remember:
🟡 YELLOW FLASHING LIGHTS indicate the bus is preparing to stop. Slow down and prepare to stop.
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🔴RED FLASHING LIGHTS and STOP ARMS mean the bus has stopped and children are getting on or off. Drivers must come to a complete stop and cannot proceed until the red lights stop flashing and the stop arms are withdrawn, or the bus driver signals you to proceed.
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The only exception is if there is a raised median or physical barrier between the school bus and oncoming traffic. On divided roadways, oncoming traffic can proceed with caution.

Violations could result in fines up to $2,000 and the suspension of your driver's license. STOP ON RED so we can keep our students safe. For the complete law on passing a school bus in Texas, visit https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/TN/htm/TN.545.htm

Thanks again for the continued support and encouragement from our #lewisvilletx community. #ThankfulThursdayThe Edgewate...
10/15/2020

Thanks again for the continued support and encouragement from our #lewisvilletx community. #ThankfulThursday

The Edgewater Apartments stopped by with a gift basket last week, and Twin Peaks Restaurants surprised the department with delicious tacos today.

Lewisville Police Department Chief Deaver and Municipal Court Judge Holman were invited to speak at a Town Hall hosted b...
10/13/2020

Lewisville Police Department Chief Deaver and Municipal Court Judge Holman were invited to speak at a Town Hall hosted by the Lewisville High School Leadership Team on Social Justice. Chief Deaver talked about what LPD is doing to ensure all people are treated impartially. #community

20 years in 2020! Help us congratulate and thank Officer Kevin Bryson for his 20 years of service to the Lewisville Poli...
10/12/2020

20 years in 2020! Help us congratulate and thank Officer Kevin Bryson for his 20 years of service to the Lewisville Police Department and #lewisvilletx community. Thank you Ofc. Bryson!

Today is World Mental Health Day. Now more than ever, it's important to know you are not alone. If you need help or assi...
10/10/2020

Today is World Mental Health Day. Now more than ever, it's important to know you are not alone. If you need help or assistance, free resources and services are available. https://mentalhealthtx.org

☎️National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255 (800-273-TALK)
☎️Veterans Crisis Line: 800-273-8255, option 1
📲24/7 Crisis Text Line: Text TX to 741741
☎️Texas 2-1-1: Dial 2-1-1, option 8
☎️The Trevor Project (LGBTQ suicide help): 866-488-7386 (text START to 6786780 or chat online)

Just a reminder that the Neighborhood Parking Enforcement Project is underway. Each week, Lewisville PD and Code Enforce...
10/09/2020

Just a reminder that the Neighborhood Parking Enforcement Project is underway. Each week, Lewisville PD and Code Enforcement will visit a different neighborhood, educating residents and issuing warnings for parking violations. The following week, parking violations will be enforced. If you see the "NOTICE" sign below in your neighborhood, you are in the warning or education phase. On the following Monday, vehicles in violation of state or city ordinances will be ticketed. The purpose of the project is to gain voluntary compliance. As in, please park legally so we don't write you a ticket! To learn more about the project, visit bit.ly/LPDParking.

Two officers recently received Life Saving Awards. Officers Eby and Tyler were dispatched to call of an unconscious pers...
10/08/2020

Two officers recently received Life Saving Awards. Officers Eby and Tyler were dispatched to call of an unconscious person. Ofc. Tyler began chest compressions while Ofc. Eby administered Narcan. Almost immediately, the subject began to breathe again. Due to the quick and deliberate actions of these officers, the subject survived what appeared to be an overdose. Thank you officers!
(Also pictured: Chief Deaver and Captain Barron)

Lewisville Fire needs your help in solving a case of suspected arson. If you have any information about this crime, plea...
10/07/2020

Lewisville Fire needs your help in solving a case of suspected arson. If you have any information about this crime, please contact Denton County Crime Stoppers (1.800.388.8477) or Lewisville Fire Department (972.219.3580).

Lewisville Fire Department needs your help in solving a case of suspected arson at 247 E. Southwest Parkway. Multiple vehicles have been damaged or destroyed by arson dating back to July of 2019. If you have any information about this crime, please contact Denton County Crime Stoppers or Lewisville Fire Department.

☎️Denton County Crime Stoppers - 1.800.388.8477 or dentoncountycrimestoppers.com
☎️LFD - 972.219.3580

Please help us welcome the two newest officers to our Lewisville PD family. Gary Edge II and Gabriel Varela were sworn i...
10/07/2020

Please help us welcome the two newest officers to our Lewisville PD family. Gary Edge II and Gabriel Varela were sworn in on Sept. 21.
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#lewisvilletx #lewisvillepd #lewisvillepolice

Our condolences are with Highland Village Police Department and the family of Sgt. Dennis Oliver after his passing. HVPD...
10/06/2020

Our condolences are with Highland Village Police Department and the family of Sgt. Dennis Oliver after his passing. HVPD will host a drive-thru memoriam for Sgt. Oliver tonight, Oct. 6, 6-7 p.m. More details below.

On National Night Out, the City will host a drive thru memoriam at City Hall in honor of Sgt. Dennis Oliver on Tuesday, October 6, 2020 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. A memorialized police car and poster photo of Sgt. Oliver will be on display. Sgt. Oliver, a 17 year department veteran, was a strong supporter of National Night Out and was instrumental in establishing and building the departments value based community policing model which our community enjoys today.

10/06/2020
National Night Out 2020

#ICYMI Lewisville Police Department is not participating in National Night Out this year to COVID-19 precautions. So 🎶 here's the story, of National Night Out, and why LPD will miss you this year. 🎶

Lewisville Police Department is thankful to the following employees for their dedicated service to the department and th...
10/05/2020

Lewisville Police Department is thankful to the following employees for their dedicated service to the department and the #lewisvilletx community. All four retired last week. Please show them your appreciation for their combined *55* years of service! 👏

Cindy Brown retired after 12 years of service
Patricia Cryer retired after 16 years of service
Linda Lyons retired after 12 years of service
Ofc. Deborah Binion retired after 15 years of service
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#lpd #community #lewisvillepd #lewisvillepolicedepartment #lewisvillepolice

We continue to be thankful for the support and encouragement from our #lewisvilletx community! #thankfulthursday 🍪 Tiff'...
10/01/2020

We continue to be thankful for the support and encouragement from our #lewisvilletx community! #thankfulthursday

🍪 Tiff's Treats from Lori Holland with University Behavioral Health Denton
✉️ Notes and drawings of encouragement from Castle Hills Elementary School 😍
🥤 Water from Katelyn Richards. Katelyn took up a collection to donate water to multiple area first responders, and her employer Humana donated the time for her to make deliveries. Thank you for including Lewisville in this project!
#community

The North Texas Tollway Authority has changed the speed limit signs along SRT/SH 121 frontage roads, lowering the speed ...
10/01/2020

The North Texas Tollway Authority has changed the speed limit signs along SRT/SH 121 frontage roads, lowering the speed limit from 55/60 to 50 mph.

The speed limit has been lowered across most of the SRT corridor due to high crash rates and increased traffic. Remember to #SlowDown and #DriveSafe!

Thank you Lewisville Fire for making a difference in California. You represent the City of Lewisville and State of Texas...
09/29/2020

Thank you Lewisville Fire for making a difference in California. You represent the City of Lewisville and State of Texas well! Stay safe!

Some of our men are still deployed in California battling these wildfires.
These pictures tell the story of what our firefighters, and many others from around the world are dealing with this fire season!
Solid work gentlemen, and stay safe!

09/29/2020

Thank you Lewisville Fire for making a difference in California. You represent the City of Lewisville and State of Texas well! Stay safe!

09/26/2020
Child Passenger Safety - Transitions

Use caution when transitioning your child from a booster to a seat belt. Make sure the seat belt does not rest on the stomach area, or across the neck or face. Learn more about moving from a car seat to a booster to a seat belt at nhtsa.gov/therightseat. #TheRightSeat

The Neighborhood Parking Enforcement Project started on Sept. 7, and since then we've noticed A LOT of vehicles parked f...
09/25/2020

The Neighborhood Parking Enforcement Project started on Sept. 7, and since then we've noticed A LOT of vehicles parked facing the wrong way. Remember, to legally park on the street, your right tires should to be parallel to the curb and your headlights should be facing the flow of traffic. Why is this important?

🚗To park facing the wrong way means driving on the wrong side of the street, which is illegal and dangerous as pedestrians, bicyclists and other drivers are not expecting vehicles driving the wrong way.

🚘Leaving a parking space while facing the wrong way is dangerous, especially when another vehicle is parked in front of you. That vehicle limits the visibility of oncoming traffic, often requiring you to pull out in traffic before determining if the street is clear.

🚗Vehicles have integrated red reflectors on the rear to provide visibility in low-light conditions.

🚘Similarly, if you are parked the wrong way at night and have your headlights on, it can limit the visibility of vehicles driving toward you, especially if you are parked facing a properly-parked vehicle with their headlights on.

🚗All in all, vehicles parked on the street properly aid the traffic flow for all vehicles on the road. To learn more about this project, visit bit.ly/LPDParking.

Help us congratulate School Resource Officer Robert Lee for 15 years of dedicated service to the Lewisville Police Depar...
09/25/2020

Help us congratulate School Resource Officer Robert Lee for 15 years of dedicated service to the Lewisville Police Department and the #lewisvilletx community.

Piping has fallen from the overpass at Interstate 35-E and Main Street.    Expect delays for Southbound traffic until re...
09/24/2020

Piping has fallen from the overpass at Interstate 35-E and Main Street. Expect delays for Southbound traffic until repaired.

UPDATE:

The metal piping contains electrical conduit. It is being hoisted up and tied to the structure. Expected to open in approximately 30-45 minutes.

SECOND UPDATE 8:17 pm:

Could be another hour. The crew has to ensure safety and are securing the pipe in a better manner.

UPDATE @ 8:43:

THE HIGHWAY IS OPEN!!!!!!

Last week, Lewisville Police Department Detectives in the Property Crimes Unit served a search warrant relating to an id...
09/24/2020

Last week, Lewisville Police Department Detectives in the Property Crimes Unit served a search warrant relating to an identity theft case. During service of the warrant, detectives discovered additional potential identity theft victims, hundreds of stolen checks, a firearm, and more than 22 grams of methamphetamine. There are seven active warrants against the suspect, and the investigation is ongoing. Due to incidents like this, LPD encourages everyone to closely monitor their credit reports and financial accounts.

Nothing Bundt Cakes owners Jim and Kelcey Sheahan dropped off Blueberry Bliss bundt cakes for officers. As you might exp...
09/24/2020

Nothing Bundt Cakes owners Jim and Kelcey Sheahan dropped off Blueberry Bliss bundt cakes for officers. As you might expect, they went fast.

Residents Rick and Jan Hall dropped off a large tray of cookies with a kind note with appreciation and support of Lewisville PD. 🍪

Thanks to the #lewisvilletx community for your continued support! #ThankfulThursday

In the event of a crash, even buckled up, a child is more likely to be injured or killed if they are sitting in the fron...
09/23/2020

In the event of a crash, even buckled up, a child is more likely to be injured or killed if they are sitting in the front seat. Whether they are in a car seat, booster seat, or using a seat belt, the only place where your children under 13 belong is in the back seat. www.nhtsa.gov/therightseat #TheRightSeat

09/22/2020
National Night Out

🎶Here's the story
Of National Night Out
And why LPD will miss you this year!

Congrats Jack and Lewisville Fire! Thank you for your service to the community!
09/22/2020

Congrats Jack and Lewisville Fire! Thank you for your service to the community!

As the sponsor of The First Responder Award for the Lewisville Area Chamber of Commerce, we are excited to honor September’s First Responder, Firefighter Joaquin “Jack” Criner, from Lewisville Fire Station #6.

He has been a Firefighter for 25 years and was awarded the Firefighter of the Year in 2016. He has been a rescue diver for over 20 years for the fire department. Joaquin currently serves as the President of the Lewisville Fire Fighters Association Local 3606. He has been married to his wife Misty for 19 years and they have four children. He also teaches CPR and has owned and operated Life Saver CPR and First Aid for over 20 years. Joaquin is dedicated to serving his family, his fellow firefighters and the community and it shows in everything he does.

#trueamericanhero #lewisvilletx

09/21/2020
Child Passenger Safety Week

It's Child Passenger Safety Week. Car seats and seat belts save lives, so whether your family is driving to school, work, or on vacation, always buckle your child in #TheRightSeat. For more information, visit www.nhtsa.gov/therightseat

This project begins Sept. 7. To learn more about it, please visit bit.ly/LPDParking.
09/18/2020

This project begins Sept. 7. To learn more about it, please visit bit.ly/LPDParking.

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