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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City seeks civic-minded students for Youth Action Council

Post Date:April 27, 2018
The City of Lewisville is looking for exceptional local teens with a desire to improve their community to serve on the Youth Action Council.

Members of this Council will advise Lewisville City Council members on youth-related issues; assist with special projects and events; research, assess, and evaluate existing youth and community programs; design and plan new youth events and activities to encourage youth involvement in the community; and serve as ambassadors for, and inspire, other young people by completing service projects and sharing their stories.

A qualified applicant must be a Lewisville resident, a high school student in grades 10-12, age 15-18 as of September 1, 2018, commit to a term from September 2018 through May 2019, demonstrate leadership in school and/or community activities, express an interest in learning more about their community, and be open-minded and willing to work with their peers.

Applications are available for download at Completed applications should be emailed to Assistant City Manager Melinda Galler at by close of business on Thursday, May 31. Completed applications also can be hand delivered to Galler’s office at Lewisville City Hall, 151 W. Church Street.