About Lewisville Tx
Lewisville is a Texan city through and through. Located at the foot of the panhandle, its warm weather and proximity to Lewisville Lake have made it a stomping ground for the Dallas-Fort Worth population, as well. The city has a stable economic climate, part of the reason for its rapidly-growing population, and it has convenient transportation options running through it, including the I-35 Corridor and the Denton County Transportation Authority regional bus stops / commuter train stops. The DCTA connects with the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) as well, making it a great spot for commuters to the DFW area.
Lewisville has a number of distinct neighborhoods, some that have been around for ages and others just built recently. Here are a few of the main ones:.
Lewisville Valley: Built in the early 1980’s, this area is north of Main Street and south of Valley Ridge. It’s located near a number of city schools and has a lot of single-family homes.
The Oaks: This development cropped up in the mid-1980’s and early 1990’s. It’s less than a mile from Bakersfield Park and Timber Creek, making it a great spot for nature lovers.
Valley Vista: This is a great spot to live if you like convenience. Homes here are close to the Memorial Park and Rec Center, Central Park and a number of schools.
Valley Ridge Estates: If you want to get out of the center of town, this is a great place to do it. It’s tucked away in the far southeast corner of Lewisville, but it’s still close to Vista Ridge Mall, I-35 and the commuter rail station.