Pedestrian-friendly amenities and traffic calming devices will be added on Main Street (between Mill and Railroad) and Mill (between College and Purnell) to extend the atmosphere of the historic Old Town Lewisville core to the east and south. the project will include sidewalks, benches, lighting, bike lanes, and street parking.
Identified as a priority in the Lewisville 2025 vision plan, and approved by Lewisville voters in November 2015, this state-of-the-art facility will include designated areas for seniors and teens, public gathering and leisure spaces, a double gymnasium, indoor walking track and fitness center, and an indoor aquatics center.
Identified as a priority in the Lewisville 2025 vision plan, the grant-supported Garden Ridge trail will link the DCTA Lewisville Lake station with the Lewisville Public Library and Herring Recreation Center, with connections to existing trails in Lewisville, Highland Village, and Flower Mound.
Identified as a priority in the Lewisville 2025 vision plan, the project includes the portion of Timberbrook Neighborhood that is bounded to the west by Timberbrook Dr., to the north by Bellaire Blvd., to the east including Live Oak Dr. and to the south including Walnut Dr. The public infrastructure such as streets, sidewalks, water lines, sanitary sewer lines, storm drainage system, and portions of two alleys will be reconstructed as part of the top-ranked streets project identified in the 2015 Bond Package.