City offices, library, senior center and both recreations centers will be closed Monday, May 28, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. All essential city services will continue to operate. Residential garbage and recycling collection will not be affected.

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Living in the Metroplex makes it difficult to get hometown news on a daily basis, so the City of Lewisville is doing its best to keep you informed through several avenues.

This page will allow you to see what we send to the media, whether it makes it into print or not. The city publicizes projects, programs, achievements, safety tips, ordinances, Council actions, public notices, special events, and much, much more through News Releases.

The city also operates two Municipal Access cable channels, LVTV Prime and LVTV Leisure, available on the basic tier of the Time Warner and Verizon VFIOS cable systems. LVTV Prime (TW-16, VF-15) broadcasts programs and announcements with basic information about city events and operations, while LVTV Leisure (TW-96, VF-16) focuses on the parks and recreation field.

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Police Officer Testing

Post Date:May 18, 2018
They serve and protect, now the Lewisville Police Department is looking for new officers to join the force.

Applications can be found at An application must be submitted through the website or completed online at the Human Resources office, located inside City Hall at 151 W. Church Street, before an applicant can take the written exam.

Testing will be held at the Jerry R. Galler Public Safety Training Center, 701 E. Valley Ridge Boulevard, on May 22, June 11, and July 16. Check-in time on each day is 7- 8 a.m. No one will be allowed to enter after 8 a.m.

Applicants will not be admitted to the test site without an official picture ID. Acceptable forms of ID include a state driver’s license, Texas state-issued ID card or military ID card. Identification that will not be accepted includes employee or student ID cards or non-Texas state IDs other than a driver’s license.

The written examination takes two hours. Applicants must score a 70 or above to proceed to the Physical Ability Test, which will occur immediately after the written exam, weather permitting. Please check the weather and the website for notification. An alternate test date will be scheduled if needed.