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It is with great sadness that we confirm the passing early this morning of Fire Chief Tim Tittle after a long and courageous fight against cancer. Chief Tittle served the Lewisville Fire Department for more than 40 years and leaves a legacy of unparalleled dedication and integrity. Lewisville has lost a good friend, and the community is a little bit lesser for his absence. Our thoughts are with the Tittle family as they grieve and with the fire services family as they strive daily to carry on the unequaled example of his life.


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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 Spectrum and Frontier Communications 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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It's Time Texas! Community Challenge

Challenge starts Monday, Jan. 6
Post Date:January 03, 2020
The City of Lewisville Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring the 2020 It’s Time Texas! Community Challenge, beginning Monday, Jan. 6.

Lewisville took 4th place in the 2019 challenge with 224 active participants who lost 71 pounds and engaged in 14,935 minutes of physical activity. Pre-registration is now open.

This challenge is a simple way for cities across Texas to show their commitment to healthy living. The challenge runs through Sunday, March 1. Communities can earn points when individuals, businesses, schools and local officials make commitments to build healthier communities, exercise, eat healthy and track their progress throughout the program.

Visit Ittcommunitychallenge.com and register as a Lewisville participant in the challenge and show how you choose healthy living. Participation in this challenge can be as simple as going for a walk in the park, working out at Lewisville recreation centers, buying fresh produce, preparing a healthy meal or anything else that proves an active and healthy lifestyle. Register before the challenge begins for an extra 200 points.

The Parks and Recreation Department has set up some exciting events as part of this challenge, such as:

Couch Potato to 5K
Feb. 5 – April 8

This program is geared to help individuals who are currently less active get up and move. In 10 weeks, attendees will learn about health and wellness, and gradually increase their physical activity.

The program concludes with the participation in the Denton County Dash 5K Walk/Run on Saturday, April 11. Information and registration packets can be picked up at Herring Recreation Center.