The Planning and Zoning 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.

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.


Due to mandated changes to platting procedures adopted by the 2019 Texas Legislature, the City of Lewisville must make certain adjustments to existing plat processes.

Effective Sept. 1, submission of all plats and civil construction plans for public infrastructure will no longer be accepted in electronic format through the City's online permitting and electronic plan review system. Instead, all plats and civil construction plans for public infrastructure will only be accepted in person at Lewisville City Hall-Planning Department, located at 151 W. Church Street.

Applications may only be submitted on one of the scheduled plat submittal dates shown on the submittal calendar (linked below) maintained by city planning staff. First submittal date will be Sept. 16.


Link to full 15-month submittal calendar.


Applicants can call the planning department at 972.219.3455 if they have additional questions.

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Physical Address: mailing address:

Planning and Zoning
151 W Church Street
Lewisville, TX  75057
972.219.3698 (Fax)

P.O. Box 299002
Lewisville, TX  75029-9002