Lewisville’s Top Environment Stories from 2016

Stories about Lewisville’s environment were a big part of The Lewisville Texan Journal’s coverage in 2016. Lewisville Lake and the dam that impounds it play...

Doug Tallamy to speak on the importance of native plants

Native plants provide food essential for the survival of native insects, which then become food for other animals, according to Doug Tallamy, author of...

KLB Volunteers remove 6.9 tons of trash from local waterways

Keep Lewisville Beautiful celebrated its eighth annual citywide waterway cleanup Nov. 12 at Lake Park. KLB partnered with The City of Lewisville, Waste Management, Republic...

Lewisville plans to implement stormwater utility

When storms drop torrential rains on the city, some of that water soaks into the ground, and the rest runs off and makes its...

Volunteers give back on Make A Difference Day

Hundreds of Lewisville residents took part in national Make A Difference Day. The event has been held on the fourth Saturday of the month...

Lewisville City Council update – Oct. 17 meeting

Monday night’s Lewisville City Council meeting was long and fairly complicated, compared to most meetings in recent memory. An absence and perceived conflicts of...

DFW transportation air quality balance is approved

Mobility 2040: The Metropolitan Transportation Plan for North Central Texas, which contains $118.9 billion in transportation improvements to be made over the next 24...

USACE announces assessment on Lewisville Lake Dam study

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Fort Worth District officials released the Environmental Assessment and Draft Finding of No Significant Impact on the proposed dam...

Greenbelt Plan aims to preserve Denton County water sources

The Greenbelt Plan outlines how Denton County can preserve its aquatic resources and possibly make money doing so. The Upper Trinity Conservation Trust has constructed...

Earthquake shakes Oklahoma, felt in North Texas

At around 7:03 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 3, a 5.6 magnitude earthquake centered near Pawnee, Okla. was strong enough to be felt in Texas, Kansas, Arkansas, Missouri,...
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