Approach and Activities
Lewisville’s Economic Development and Planning Department is unique. Lewisville is largely developed with limited vacant land available. This creates a dynamic and challenging setting in which the community must carefully plan for its economic future, often involving multiple stakeholders such as residents, landowners, developers, community organizations and other governmental entities. The Department focuses on high-impact opportunities for Lewisville. Three Divisions work hand in hand to create an effective workforce in meeting the community’s needs, goals and future plans.

Economic Development
The Economic Development Division is committed to fostering a vibrant and rewarding business environment in the City. Major emphasis is placed on long range planning for economic prosperity, retaining local businesses and recruiting new companies. A sustainable and productive business climate is created by using a variety of incentives and cooperative programs. For more information please see

Planning and Development
The Planning Division oversee land use planning, the daily functions of development and zoning review including projects in Old Town Lewisville, project review and implementation of the Brownfields program funded by a grant from the EPA. This Division works with multiple boards including the Planning and Zoning Commission, Zoning Board of Adjustment, the Old Town Development Review Committee and the Brownfields Advisory Committee.





Related Links
- Brownfields
- Demographics
Development Activity Report
- Interactive Maps
City Codes and Ordinances

External Links
Lewisville Economic Development
- Denton Central Appraisal District

 - Denton County Transportation Authority DCTA

Lewisville Area Chamber of Commerce  Lewisville Chamber of Commerce

 Physical Address:  mailing address:

Economic Development & Planning,

Community Development Block Grants

151 W Church Street

Lewisville, TX  75057


972.219.3698 (Fax)

P.O. Box 299002

Lewisville, TX  75029-9002