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Settled shortly after Texas received its statehood in the early 1840s, Lewisville grew rapidly after the completion of an enormous reservoir in 1954, now known as the Lewisville Lake. Further growth occurred due to its convenient location at the crossroads of Interstate 35E and the recently completed Sam Rayburn Tollway. Lewisville takes arts, leisure, and recreation seriously with venues such as Lewisville Grant Theater and Lewisville Railroad Park, 14 miles of trails, and all the outdoor amenities of the lake.

Lewisville By the Numbers

Median Age34
Median Household Income79,877

White Alone49,59540.2%
Black Alone15,14812.3%
American Indian Alone2290.2%
Asian Alone18,01814.6%
Some Other Race Alone4860.4%
Two or More Races4,0413.3%
Hispanic Origin (any race)35,65528.9%

Less Than 9th Grade5.8%
9th-12th Grade - No Diploma5.4%
High School Graduate22.7%
GED/ Alternative Credential2.8%
Some College - No Degree22.7%
Associate Degree7.4%
Bachelor's Degree26.7%
Graduate/ Professional Degree1.3%