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The deadline to register is April 4.

Find out if you are registered or register to vote here.

Election Day is May 4

Registered voters residing within Lewisville ISD boundaries will be asked to consider a total of three propositions that would generate additional funding to conduct maintenance, repairs and renovations at various athletics and recreation facilities across the district, as well as all five existing high school stadiums and the district’s two Aquatic Centers.

Early voting runs from April 22 – 30.

Information Session

LISD conducted five information sessions so voters could learn more about the seven propositions for Lewisville ISD that will be on the ballot this November.

Couldn’t make it to an info session, or want a quick review of what was presented? Watch the virtual version to learn more about what is included on the ballot for LISD, and what it means for taxpayers.


LISD serves 13,000 students in the way of extracurricular activities, making up 820 sports teams across its 127 square mile footprint.

From $1.23 in 2023 to $1.13 in 2024

Over the last seven years, the district has reduced the overall tax rate by 27 cents, dropping the total tax rate from $1.40 in 2018 to its current rate of $1.13.

LISD is able to take on these bonds with NO INCREASE to the LISD tax rate.

LISD Tax Rate History

Election Info

Anyone who is a registered voter and lives within the Lewisville ISD boundaries is eligible to vote in the May 2024 Bond election.

  • Monday, April 22 – Friday, April 30: Early Voting
  • Tuesday, May 4: Election Day

Polling Locations

Find your polling locations, times and dates here: Denton County | Tarrant County


LISD maintains 37 various athletic fields, 23 tracks, more than 60 tennis courts, 2 aquatic centers, and more than 50 locker rooms across 25 high school and middle school campuses.


PROP A: Natatorium

(Eastside Aquatics Center and Westside Aquatics Center)
Proposition A: $16,250,000
Maintenance, repairs and renovations at the Eastside Aquatic Center and Westside Aquatic Center.

PROP B: Athletics & Recreation Facilities

Proposition B: $65,585,000
Maintenance, repairs and renovations at athletics facilities consisting of locker rooms and field houses; tennis courts; baseball / softball facilities; middle school competition fields; high school practice fields; and concession areas.

PROP C: Stadiums

Proposition C: $19,999,000
Maintenance, repairs and renovations to existing stadiums at Hebron High School, Flower Mound High School, The Colony High School, Marcus High School and Lewisville High School.

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