About Flower Mound
Flower Mound and Lewisville are both northwest of Dallas and northeast of Fort Worth. Each is located within Denton County and part of Collin County. Flower Mound and Lewisville are desirable locations due to their proximity to Lewisville Lake and Grapevine Lake. Each is located approximately 20 minutes from Dallas-Fort Worth Airport and 30 minutes from Downtown Dallas. Flower Mound was named after the 12.5-acre hill, approximately 50 ft. in height, located in the middle of the city. The Mound Foundation maintains the hill and during blooming seasons, dozens of varieties of flowers grow on its slopes. Flower Mound operates 54 parks and recreation facilities, which offer many amenities to the community. The Lewisville ISD mostly serves the town but other parts of the town are located in the Argyle ISD and Northwest ISD. The town is home to two high schools, Edward S. Marcus High School and Flower Mound High School. In 2011, Flower Mound opened North Central Texas College in Parker Square.
In 2000, Lewisville was named one of the fastest-growing city populations in the US and the 33rd most populous in Texas. Lewisville is a recreational hub for DFW due to its proximity to Lewisville Lake and is known for its parks and outdoor facilities. In 2009, The Toyota of Lewisville Railroad Park was built. The park houses a baseball/softball complex, a football complex, eight lighted soccer fields, two concession buildings, a perimeter walking/jogging trail, three man-made lakes, a dog park and Scion State Park. Lewisville Lake Park comprises 662 acres, which includes various amenities, including athletic fields and designated campgrounds. The park is located directly on Lake Lewisville and houses the Lewisville Fishing Barge. The Barge is an indoor-outdoor fishing facility on the lake. Lewisville ISD operates the area's public school system, including Lewisville High School.
Lewisville's main communities consist of Castle Hills, James Degan, Lewisville Valley, The Oaks, Valley Vista, Vista Ridge Estates and Westwood. Castle Hills is one of their largest and most desirable communities to occupy. The Castle Hills subdivision is part of the Lewisville ISD, and its children attend Independence and Castle Hill Elementary, Killian Middle School and Hebron High School. The subdivision offers several amenities to its residents, such as playgrounds, basketball courts, swimming pools, and hiking and biking trails, as well as a golf course and plaza with several shops. Castle Hills is a mix of established communities and new builds, which gives its new residents many options to build and find their dream home. Castle Hills is located in east Lewisville with easy access to Sam Rayburn Tollway, George Bush Turnpike and the Dallas North Tollway.
If you're looking for a family friendly, central location with outdoor recreational options, Flower Mound and Lewisville are the towns for you. For further information concerning the community, please do not hesitate to reach out to us directly.