Monday, December 17, 2018

Lewisville joins City Nature Challenge

Lewisville will participate in the third annual City Nature Challenge April 27-30 in hopes of helping the DFW area retain its title from last year. This event is...

Lewisville joins Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation

Lewisville Mayor Rudy Durham is joining mayors across the country in asking residents to make a long-term commitment to manage water resources more wisely...

LLELA to begin repopulating hippos this month

A century after the last wild hippopotamus was killed by settlers in North Texas, a dozen hippos will soon make residence in Lewisville. Under a...

Elm Fork running high as Corps releases water from Lewisville Lake

Two weeks after record February rainfall in the DFW area, Lewisville Lake is on its way back down after cresting just a couple inches...

Waste Management to hold public meeting on landfill expansion

Waste Management, the company that operates DFW Landfill and collects trash and recycling from Lewisville homes, has announced that it will hold a public...

Updated Green Centerpiece plan has city covering nature center construction

City Council shifted funding for the planned nature center on Monday, taking on the full $20 million for the project after initial plans had...

Every season is allergy season in North Texas

Texas has a special environment. It’s massive, and many countries could fit within it — a little more than one Spain or nearly three...

Salvation Army seeks volunteers for new shifts in Hurricane Harvey canteen relief

  The Salvation Army’s food canteen will stay in Houston through Oct. 7. Lots of help is still needed as the canteen serves many evacuees....

LFD to conduct controlled burn at Lake Park on Saturday

Lewisville Fire Department will perform a controlled burn Saturday, Sept. 23, on a small part of Lake Park, Weather permitting, the burn will start at about 1...

Positive West Nile traps found, spraying in 3 Lewisville locations

Vector Disease Control International has confirmed Lewisville's 16th, 17th and 18th positive West Nile Virus mosquito traps for 2017. Weather permitting, VDCI will spray within a half-mile...