Highland Village is bound by FM 407 on the south, Lake Lewisville on the north, I-35E on the east and Chinn Chapel Road on the west.
In November 2017, City voters approved two propositions – street improvements and park and recreation improvements totaling $7.15 million. The City will issue bonds for these projects, which will not require a tax increase as a reduction in debt service has provided a window to consider new debt issuance. When we issue bonds the City seeks a new bond or credit rating. The City has been given the highest rating possible, AAA by Standard & Poors. This is a reflection of the fiscally responsible and conservative financial policies put in place by City Council and carried out by City Staff. The streets will be grouped into four construction projects and the construction phase is anticipated to begin in the summer of 2018. Weather permitting; the goal is to have reconstruction of the 23 identified streets completed by the summer of 2020. The list of streets and the construction progress can be found here.
Denton County Transportation Authority
Residents of Highland Village, along with Denton and Lewisville, voted to initiate a 1/2 cent sales tax designated for a regional transportation system. The Denton County Transportation Authority provides bus service through the member cities and to downtown Dallas. DCTA's rail service, the A-train, connecting it's member cities to DART, is now in service. The Highland Village/Lewisville Lake station located at I-35E and Garden Ridge Boulevard serves Highland Village residents. DCTA RSVP bus service can be scheduled for transportation to and from the station, as well as on site station parking. Both local and regional passes can be purchased at the Highland Village Municipal Complex. More information is available from DCTA.