Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Development Board to hold Special Meeting November 9

When: Nov 9, 2020 06:00 PM Eastern Time 

Topic: Parks and Recreation Meeting

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

Passcode: 273954

Or Telephone:
(312) 626-6799  

Webinar ID: 849 7078 4507
Passcode: 273954

Beautification Committee to hold Special Meeting November 4

When: Nov 4, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Topic: LBC Meeting

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

Passcode: 343827

Or Telephone:
(301) 715 8592 

Webinar ID: 883 3272 7746
Passcode: 343827

Town-hosted Events Cancelled for the Remainder of 2020 Season

All remaining Town-hosted events for the 2020 season have been canceled. 

Please check the Lewisville's Civic Club's website at for updates regarding the Christmas Tree Lighting and the Christmas Parade, which are both Civic Club hosted events.

Click HERE for Town of Lewisville's Response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)


In Lewisville, the Mayor and Town Council serve part-time and are elected on a non-partisan basis. Under the council-manager form of government, the Town Council acts as the legislative body in establishing policy and law and the Town Manager handles the day-to-day management of the Town organization.

The Mayor

The Mayor is elected at-large (town-wide) for a two-year term and serves as the presiding officer at town council meetings and as the official head of the city for ceremonial purposes.  In Lewisville, the Mayor also votes on all matters before the council. The six Town Council Members are elected at-large (town-wide) on two-year terms. The Town Council appoints a professional Town Manager, who serves as the Council’s chief advisor, and the Town Manager appoints the employees of the Town.

The Town Manager

The Town Manager is the CEO of the Town government and is in charge of the day-to-day operations of the Town. When the Town Council makes a decision on an ordinance, law, or policy, the Town Manager is responsible for implementing those policies. The Manager coordinates the operations of all Town departments and is responsible for the preparation of a proposed operating budget and its presentation to the Town Council. This annual budget as adopted by Council provides funding, staffing, and general guidance to the Town departments for the fiscal year.

The council-manager form has become the most popular type of local government in the United States in communities with a population of 5,000 or greater. North Carolina cities and counties helped pioneer the form and all North Carolina local governments of significant size operate under this form of government.

Town of Lewisville Organizational Chart