Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Open house for new LLELA Information Center on Sept. 16

The City of Lewisville and the Friends of LLELA are cooperating to open a volunteer-operated Information Center on Saturday, Sept. 16. The Information Center will...

Three more positive West Nile Virus mosquito tests reported in Lewisville

Vector Disease Control International has confirmed the city's 10th, 11th and 12th positive West Nile Virus mosquito traps for 2017. The 10th positive sample was collected August...

Waste Management seeks to expand DFW Landfill

Of Lewisville’s three landfills, Waste Management’s DFW Landfill is the largest. When its trucks collect the garbage from households in Lewisville and other area...

Two more West Nile positive mosquito traps found in Lewisville

  Vector Disease Control International has confirmed Lewisville's seventh and eighth positive West Nile Virus mosquito traps for 2017. The seventh positive sample was collected July 20, from...

City’s first sustainability manager retires after nearly three decades working with Lewisville

  Lisa Weaver was preparing to retire in 2014 with the commencement of the Lewisville 2025 plan. But then she had the opportunity to take...

Lewisville Lake full after rainy June, July

  Frequent thunderstorms this season have left the lake at a level that supports recreation and should sustain the water needs of North Texas. Mark Fox,...

North Texans to take action for clean air June 23

For the eighth consecutive year, North Texans will join in taking action for clean air and log commitments at www.airnorthtexas.org. Clean Air Action Day,...

When dealing with urban wildlife, keep these in mind

Do you see coyotes lurking behind your home? Did a bobcat and her kittens make a den of the space underneath your porch? From...

Egrets make smelly return to Lewisville

Wayne Frady Park is a 12-acre oasis on College Street in Old Town Lewisville. It has a neighborhood playground and a little over a...

Southridge Elementary garden gets $25,000 grant from Seeds of Change

  Southridge Outdoor Learning Facility received a $25,000 grant Friday, May 19. The garden project at Southridge Elementary was one of 600 applicants nationwide. Of the community and...