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City Council received an overview on the Highland Village Police Department and the City was recognized for the 29th year for excellence in financial reporting.
The Kids Kastle playground is complete and open for play beginning on Saturday, December 19. City staff, along with Play by Design, LLC, and small volunteer groups have completed the work on the community build project. The new Kids Kastle is an all-inclu...
On Wednesday, December 23, 2020 at 7:40 p.m., Highland Village Police responded to a parking lot in the 1900 Block of Justin Road in reference to a motor vehicle injury accident. Preliminary investigation revealed a man and woman may have been i...
At the December 8 meeting, the City Council approved a resolution awarding the contract for the Unity Park Storm Drain Rehabilitation Project, water and wasterwater line replacements, and recognizes Sgt. Paul Kimberlin.
At the November 10 meeting, the City Council approved funding for area nonprofit organizations. The Honor Our Veterans ceremony recognized seven local veterans.
Council approved two resolutions regarding a rate increase for solid waste and recycling services provided by Community Waste Disposal - the annual CPI adjustment and an increase due to additional operational costs from the closure of the DFW landfill.
Pivot. Adapt. Collaborate. All words used to describe how businesses are managing during COVID cancellations. These words are good descriptors of what the City and The Shops at Highland Village are doing for Concerts in the Park(ing lot) events.
At the Oct. 13 meeting, Council learned of the approval of northbound access to I-35E from Highland Village Road. Council appointed board and commission members.
A trap tested positive for West Nile Virus in the Silverthorne and Castlewood area this week. City crews will spray the creeks, drainage culverts, and wooded wet areas during the overnight hours in these areas on Oct. 17, 18, and 19.
UPDATE: Oct 6, 2020 - A memorial service will be held for Sergeant Dennis Oliver at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, October 9 at the Village Church in Flower Mound. Due to social distancing limited seating is available and reservations are required. Visit The Villag...
A ceremony was held on Saturday, September 19 to formally dedicate the pedestrian bridge at Doubletree Ranch Park the “PFC Aaron M. Hudson Memorial Bridge.” The private gathering unveiled all the elements installed at the bridge to honor PFC Hudson.
Council approves the FY 20/21 Budget and receives an update on HVFD Fire Equipment Operator/Paramedic Mel Harper and his deployment to California to assist the firefighting efforts currently underway.
The Highland Village Fire Department is able to answer California’s call for assistance in fighting the wildland and forest fires. HVFD today sent Brush 481 and Fire Equipment Operator/Paramedic Mel Harper as part of a local Strike Team.
Council, and the Highland Village Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, honored retiring city manager Michael Leavitt by naming the pavilion at Doubletree Ranch Park the Michael Leavitt Pavilion in honor of Leavitt’s service to the community.
The City will hold a public hearing on the proposed tax rate of $0.563020 on Sept. 8, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. at the Highland Village Municipal Complex.
Council approved the employment agreement and appointed Paul Stevens as the new city manager for the city of Highland Village.
Council has appointed Paul Stevens as the new city manager for the City of Highland Village. Stevens is currently the Deputy City Manager for the City of Rowlett and has 30 years’ experience in municipal government.
Council continued discussion of the FY 2020-21 Budget with a presentation from staff on the proposed General Fund Budget along with Supplemental Requests and Special Revenue Funds. Budget discussions continue at August 11 and August 25 Council meetings.
Council began discussion of the FY 2020-21 Budget with a presentation from staff on year end projections and the proposed General Fund Budget along with Supplemental Requests.
A new subdivision is moving into the construction phase in Highland Village. City staff have reviewed and approved the civil construction plans and have released the site to begin construction. The 23 acre, Reserve at Chapel Hill Subdivision will be situa...
This afternoon, Governor Abbott issued Executive Order No. GA-29, requiring Texans residing in counties with more than 20 COVID-19 cases to wear a face-covering over the nose and mouth while in a commercial space, public building, or in an outdoor setting...
Council adopts the speed limit TxDOT will set on FM 2499. The speed limit will change from 45mph to 50mph from the FM 2499/Northwood intersection to the northern corporate limit line and remain as currently posted from Northwood south to FM 407.
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is changing FM2499 speed limit from 45 to 50 MPH from the northern City limit to Highland Shores/Casltewood intersection and 40 to 45 MPH to FM407. The need for an adjustment was determined by a speed study.
Council approved the preliminary plat and tree plan for the property located at Chinn Chapel Road and Harlington Drive. The 23.47 acre tract is currently owned by the Lewisville Independent School District and is under contract by David Weekley Homes.
Highland Village restaurants and retailers that are open for business are able to place signage to inform the public of the services they are providing. Signs are allowed through the duration of the COVID-19 disaster declaration.
After 20 years of service to Highland Village, City Manager Michael Leavitt has announced his retirement, effective Oct. 1, 2020. Mr. Leavitt began working with the City in March 2000 as the public works director and was appointed city manager in 2003.
To increase efficiency, DCTA’s Highland Village Connect Shuttle service will be replaced with updated and enhanced Lyft Program service parameters which include the municipal limits of Highland Village and select areas of North Lewisville. DCTA&...