It is with great sadness that we confirm the passing of Fire Chief Tim Tittle on Monday, Jan. 20, 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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It is the policy of the Lewisville Police Department to embrace the tenets of community policing and engage the community in a positive and trusting manner.  Community involvement is essential to the successful operation of any police department.  Without the assistance and acceptance of the community, a police agency’s effectiveness will not reach its full potential.  Whenever possible, all avenues should be utilized in promoting the respect and cooperation of the public we serve.   It is the goal of the Lewisville Police Department to promote good relationships with the public and this goal can be facilitated by professional conduct and effective community outreach.    The Lewisville Police Department is committed to seeking out constructive community outreach programs that provide opportunities for members of the community and the police department to come together.  Seeking community feedback, and just as important - following up on the feedback, is crucial to the success of police community relations.  The Lewisville Police Department is committed to actively seeking community feedback and whenever viable options for improvement can be found – to act on those findings.  This survey is one such tool to seek that citizen feedback.