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With full annexation of Castle Hills planned for as early as July 2021, the City is taking steps to increase engagement with those future residents. This effort includes quarterly public meetings in Castle Hills and a monthly mailer sent to all Castle Hills residences. The page provides copies of newsletters and meeting documents and notice of future meetings. Content here will be expanded in the future.

Please note that links to services on the left side of this page are current Lewisville city services and do not reflect those services that are provided by Denton County Fresh Water Supply District.

Public Meetings Schedule and Documents

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September 2019
August 2019
June 2019

May 2019

April 2019
March 2019

February 2019

January 2019

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The city produces seven electronic newsletters to help residents, businesses and visitors keep up with the latest news, events and other information. This is the easiest, and often most timely, way to keep up with Lewisville.


Effective Oct. 1, 2019, Lewisville Police Department will enforce existing state laws regulating the use of golf carts on public streets in Castle Hills. This includes the provision of state law that requires a person operating a golf cart on a public street to have a valid driver's license. For details on state law and enforcement measures, use the links below in the FAQ section.

Flier mailed with September water bill


Frequently Asked Questions About Golf Cart Enforcement

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  • What need exists for enforcement for golf cart regulations?

  • When does this go into effect?

  • Why hasn’t this been enforced previously?

  • What is Texas law regarding golf carts as a motor vehicle?

  • Is it legal to drive a golf cart on a public street?

  • What provision in Texas law requires the operator of a golf cart to have a driver’s license?

  • What provision in Texas law requires golf carts to have a license plate?

  • Does the driver of a golf cart have to have liability insurance?

  • Is Castle Hills covered by the state law allowing the use of golf carts on streets in a Planned Development with a golf course?

  • Can a driver with a learner’s permit operate a golf cart on a public street?

  • Are golf carts required to have safety equipment such as headlights, taillights, turn signals, and seatbelts?

  • Are golf carts subject to any other Texas motor vehicle laws?

  • What is the fine for operating a golf cart without a driver’s license?

  • What if my unlicensed child drives my golf cart without my knowledge?

  • Can my unlicensed child drive a golf cart on a sidewalk or walking path?

  • Was this change requested by the Water District boards?

  • Is this change happening now because of annexation plans?

  • How are you notifying residents about this change in golf cart enforcement?

  • What if I have other questions in regard to golf carts?