Sep. 14

Lewisville Declares State of Emergency

Lewisville Mayor Mike Horn has declared a State of Emergency for the Town during Thursday night’s Town Council meeting to be effective at 10:55 p.m. on Thursday, September 13, 2018. This declaration is in anticipation of significant wind and rain from Hurricane Florence that may affect the community. Town staff has ensured that storm drains are clear and vehicles and necessary tools are fueled and prepped.

Sep. 10

Tour of Tanglewood to Impact Roadways, Sept. 22-23

Lewisville residents should prepare for an influx of cyclists sharing the town’s roadways during the weekend of September 22-23 with the Town being on the riding path for participants in the Bike MS: Tour of Tanglewood 2018.

Sep. 7

Walker Named State Clerk of the Year

Town of Lewisville Town Clerk Joyce M. Walker, shown here with Mayor Mike Horn, left, and Mayor Pro Tem Sandra Mock, right, was awarded Clerk of the Year by the North Carolina Association of Municipal Clerks at their annual summer conference.  This prestigious award is presented annually to the State’s outstanding clerk or deputy clerk.

Aug. 29

New Commuter Bus Service for Lewisville to Winston-Salem for Business 40 Closure

The Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation (PART) has received funding from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) to provide commuter transportation options during the Business 40 reconstruction project. Beginning late fall, PART will be starting a new route from Bermuda Run, Clemmons, and Lewisville into Winston-Salem to encourage more people to ride PART Express during the closure.

Aug. 14

Hall Receives Town Award

During the August 9, 2018 Lewisville Town Council Meeting, Mayor Mike Horn (left) presented Yvonne Hall (right), Chair of the Lewisville Beautification Committee, with the I’m One of the Reasons Lewisville Is A Great Place to Live award.