• LobosBond2017

    The Little Elm ISD Board of Trustees voted unanimously to call a $239.5 million bond election to be held on November 7, 2017.

    The bond will have two propositions:
    Proposition A - $235,000,000
    Proposition B - $4,500,000
    Total: $239,500,000

    For more information on the proposal go to: www.LittleElmISDBond.net

 

Halloween Hayride

 

Tuesday, October 31st, 2016

 

Meet at Town Hall
The first hayride leaves at 6:30 PM


Halloween Safety Tips

 

Jack-O-Lanterns

With Halloween right around the corner, the Town of Lakewood Village would like everyone to stay safe when they don their costumes and go out to Trick-or-Treat.

TRICK-OR-TREATERS

Halloween's greatest hazards aren't vampires and villains, but falls, costume mishaps and traffic accidents, so the Town of Lakewood Village is offering the following tips to help make this Halloween safe:

  • Look for flame-resistant costumes.
  • Plan the Trick-or-Treat route and make sure adults know where children are going. A parent or responsible adult should accompany young children as they make their way around the neighborhood.
  • Make sure the Trick-or-Treaters have a flashlight. Add reflective tape to costumes and Trick-or-Treat bags. Have everyone wear light-colored clothing in order to be seen.
  • Visit only the homes that have a porch light on. Accept treats at the door – never go inside.
  • Instead of masks, which can cover the eyes and make it hard to see, consider using face paint.
  • Walk only on the sidewalks, not in the street. If no sidewalk is available, walk at the edge of the roadway, facing traffic. Look both ways before crossing the street and cross only at the corner. Don't cut across yards or use alleys. Don't cross between parked cars.
  • Be cautious around pets and any other animals.

WELCOMING GHOSTS AND GOBLINS

If someone is welcoming Trick-or-Treaters at their home, they should make sure the outdoor light is on. Other safety steps include:

  • Sweep leaves from the sidewalks and steps.
  • Clear the porch or front yard of any obstacles that a child could trip over.
  • Restrain any household pets.
  • Use a glow stick instead of a candle in the jack-o-lantern to avoid a fire hazard.

MOTORISTS

  • Reduce your speed in neighborhoods.
  • Watch for children darting out from between parked cars.
  • Watch for children walking on roadways, medians and curbs.
  • Enter and exit driveways and alleys carefully.
  • At twilight and later in the evening, watch for children in dark clothing.
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Level Green Water Management

Stage 1 - Water Awareness

Effective May 29th, water customers are requested to voluntarily reduce water use by 2%, to practice water conservation and to minimize water use for non-essential purposes.

Water Mangement Plan