The Lewisville City Council recently adopted the IH-35E Corridor Overlay District as a guide to new development and redevelopment, and to establish enhanced building and landscape standards.
The Corridor Overlay District covers approximately 2,000 acres and consists of 940 parcels of land either directly adjacent to or close to the east and west sides of Stemmons Freeway (IH-35E) through Lewisville.
This Corridor Overlay District is intended to implement the IH-35E Corridor Redevelopment Plan adopted in November 2014 by Lewisville City Council. The city used public input from the Redevelopment Plan and held public meetings in March to present the overlay to property owners and developers.
The design regulations included in this corridor district provide property owners and developers with a clear set of standards that will instruct site planning, architecture, landscaping, streetscapes and other elements to create a consistent character of development throughout the 35E corridor.
The IH-35E Corridor Overlay District is a major action step in the “Identity Focal Point” Big Move of the Lewisville 2025 vision plan. To learn more about the IH-35E Corridor Overlay District, please visit the Special Projects page on cityoflewisville.com.