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Dam construction update, June 15: Visitors are no longer able to cross the outlet works. There will be no access to the Bittern Marsh Trail or east side of the river during this time.

 

There will be no access to the pavilion and Beaver Pond parking area on weekdays through July 3. These parking lots will be available for use on weekends. This will include the following areas and trails: Bittern Marsh, Redbud, Cicada, Green Dragon and Cottonwood Trails. Only the Blackjack will remain unaffected during this time. Access will not be available east of the pavilion at a later undetermined date. 

 

The Green Centerpiece Master Strategy

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During the 2025 Vision Planning process, the City of Lewisville identified the green spaces in the heart of the city, including LLELA, as The Green Centerpiece. Our city's Green Centerpiece enhances the quality of life for residents, and establishes Lewisville as a regional attraction for recreation. But the area’s opportunities represent much more than simply open space and recreation. The plan is about sustainability, community identity, preservation, research, ecological restoration, education, volunteerism and connection with the natural environment. The Green Centerpiece Master Strategy is being administered by the City of Lewisville, UNT, and Lewisville ISD.

Green Centerpiece Master Strategy document

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