Parks and Library Development Corporation


Park and Library Development Corporation was approved by Lewisville voters in September 2002 by a final tally of 901 in favor and 277 opposed. The election also created a quarter-cent sales tax to fund the district. (Full election results)

The governing board (sometimes called the “4B Board”) is appointed by the City Council. The Board recommends a budget to the City Council each year. Money collected through the quarter-cent sales tax is restricted by state law to park and recreation uses. The ballot proposition was specifically worded to preclude professional sports facilities from 4B funding.

Projects completed through the Corporation have included converting two city pools into Sun Valley and Old Town aquatic parks, installing new playgrounds, adding a 60,000-square-foot expansion to the Lewisville Public Library, developing Lone Star Toyota of Lewisville Railroad Park, and making improvements to Lake Park Athletic Complex.

Number of Commission Members:  7
Term of Office:  2 Years


Appointed By:  Mayor and City Council  
Meetings:  Called - meetings are held on an "as-needed" basis 
5:45 p.m.
Location:  Council Chambers, City Hall, 151 W. Church Street  
Qualified Voters and Residents of the City of Lewisville 

Staff Contact:
Donna Barron, City Manager

Roster/Terms of Office

name and place officers   term expires

TJ Gilmore
Place No. 1




Michael Pope
Place No. 2


Rosario Klier
Place No. 3



R Neil Ferguson
Place No. 4



Brandon Jones
Place No. 5



Rudy Durham
Place No. 6



Peter Taggart
Place No. 7



2020 Agendas, Minutes & Packets

date agenda minutes packets
January 29
Notice of Quorum

July 20, 2020

Past Agendas, Minutes & Packets