Little Elm

Little Elm Voters to Decide on Continuation of Street Program

By 380news | Little Elm

LITTLE ELM, TX – Little Elm voters will trek to the polls on May 6 to decide whether or not to extend a program that provides funds for street maintenance. At stake is the continuation of the Street Maintenance Sales Tax Program. The program, first approved by Little Elm voters in 2005 and reauthorized by a significant majority of voters in 2009 and 2013, sets aside 0.25% of the Little Elm sales tax receipts and deposits those funds in an account to be used exclusively for the repair and maintenance…Read More

Little Elm Shooting Reported

By 380news | Little Elm

LITTLE ELM, TX – Little Elm Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a shooting between acquaintances on April 24, 2017. A dispatch call was received shortly before noon today for a shooting in the 2800 block of Dawn Springs Drive in Little Elm. Officers who arrived on the scene came across a shooting victim in distress and bleeding in the home’s driveway, being tended to by neighbors. The shooting victim, still unidentified, is described as a 19-year-old Asian male. Verified as a resident of the reporting address, the victim, who…Read More

Town Clean and Green Event Lines Up the Vehicles

By Jim Manning | Little Elm

At the annual Town of Little Elm clean-up over 400 vehicles brought their unwanted items to the Public Service Center. Residents cleaned out their garages and storage areas. At this event they were allowed to bring old tires, paint, refrigerators, and do paper shredding. The “Keep Little Elm Beautiful” group was there to hand out complimentary plants to those that wanted them. Public Works Director, Kevin Mattingly and his efficient crew manned the stations and helped make the event a great success.Read More

Citizens View the Proposed Comprehensive Plan

By Jim Manning | Little Elm

Little Elm presented the updated Comprehensive Plan to those that attended the review at Town Hall. This plan which is an ongoing project has been being developed for months by the Town Staff and Citizens in meetings. It shows future development potential, and many other proposed changes for the future growth of Little Elm. Now the plan will go to the Town Council for approval. To view this preliminary plan you can go to the Town website at www.littleelm.org.Read More

Little Elm Town Expo and Truck Event

By Jim Manning | Little Elm

The annual Town Expo and Truck event was a busy place attended by Little Elm residents and surrounding 380 Corridor visitors. The kids were able to get in a police car, visit a fire truck and get into some construction vehicles used for Little Elm Public Works. There were booths manned by the many Little Elm Town branches to show off their departments. There were also local business venders supporting the event. Each year this expo becomes more popular.Read More

Newly Forming Rotary Satellite Club in Little Elm

By Jim Manning | Little Elm

After months of planning and organizing, the Little Elm Satellite Rotary Club is on its way to becoming a valued community support vehicle. They inducted five new members at Bella’s Café, five others were previously inducted. Dwayne Brawner, Brad Sutton, Jake Jacobson, Correne Fierro, and Cheryl Libbert joined Lori Krouskos, Sandi Sabonis, CJ Stooksbury, Alicia Froidl and Paul Dorman who were inducted at an All Club Meeting. Helping with the ceremony were Lori Fickling, President of the Cross Timbers Rotary Club and Carolyn Wright, President of the Lewisville Morning Club. They meet at Bella’s on the second and fourth Thursday of the month.Read More

Lions Hold a Fundraiser at Bella’s Café

By Jim Manning | Little Elm

Large fluffy pancakes, sausage or bacon, and a drink was the menu for the Lions Club and friends. The club held a raffle and gave away a huge Easter Basket donated by Dandy’s Doo’s. It was an all-day event at Bella’s Café in Little Elm.Read More

Eggtastic Event Brings Hundreds to the Little Elm Park

By Jim Manning | Little Elm

With almost perfect weather, the Town Eggtastic Event went off great. About 20,000 eggs were place on three large areas, separating the age groups. At the starting signal, all of the children disappeared from the starting line, like a huge vacuum cleaner swept the fields. The kids went crazy picking the eggs up as quickly as they could. Each egg had a surprise! Venders were present for parents to enjoy and there were several bounce houses for the kids to enjoy after the egg hunt.Read More

Army Corps of Engineers Set Meeting on Lake Master Plan Little Elm residents invited to provide input on revisions to document

By 380news | Little Elm

LITTLE ELM, TX- Based on the close relationship Little Elm residents enjoy with Lewisville Lake, the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) has scheduled a public meeting in Town to share information and to gather comments in anticipation of revising the lake’s master plan. Representatives of the Fort Worth District of USACE will host the meeting on Thursday, May 4 in the auditorium of Lakeside Middle School, 400 Lobo Lane, starting at 6 p.m. The meeting will open with a presentation by USACE, followed by opportunities for attendees to ask questions, review maps and provide comments. Residents will be asked to comment on the section of the master plan that addresses recreational, natural and cultural aspects of the lake and…Read More

Clearing Clutter at Home Aided by Little Elm Initiative

By 380news | Little Elm

Spring Clean & Green presented by CoServ  LITTLE ELM, TX – Clearing the clutter in the garage, attic and back yard is a time-honored springtime tradition for many Little Elm residents, and to lend a hand, the Town invites residents to this season’s Clean & Green. Set for Saturday, April 8, the bi-annual event, once again presented by CoServ, is open from 8 a.m. to noon, says Little Elm Public Works Director Kevin Mattingly. The Public Works Service Center, 1600 Mark Tree Lane, will be configured to accommodate traffic in…Read More

Little Elm Alert Implements System Improvements

By 380news | Little Elm

LITTLE ELM, TX – The inherent uncertainty of natural disasters, weather emergencies, major traffic incidents, utility outages or other unexpected contingencies almost always includes the lack of reliable information or the spreading of undependable data. To address that essential necessity, Little Elm’s Emergency Management Department is upgrading its Little Elm Alert system with the implementation of Everbridge, a back-office program that serves as the platform for sending emergency messages to subscribers. “Getting solidly reliable information out to affected residents is crucial to the success of any emergency management operation,” says…Read More

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