Lewisville Moving Company | Lewisville Texas Movers
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No job is too big or small for the Mighty Movers team. We are here to meet all of your moving needs, whether you’re moving locally or long-distance. We know that moving can be a difficult time for anyone, but we have the expertise to make sure that your move goes as smoothly as possible, no matter what your needs are. With us doing all the heavy lifting, your move will go more quickly than you could have imagined! Even though we service several cities in the DFW area, we are certainly proud to be a Lewisville moving company.
Perhaps most notable about the City of Lewisville is that it houses Lake Lewisville, a reservoir that is popular for water sports and outdoor recreation in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The City of Lewisville manages Lake Park on the southern shore of the lake and includes picnic areas, RV and tent camping, pavilions, a 24-hour fishing barge, and a swimming beach. Marinas, boat rentals, launch ramps, and angler’s supplies are also available. Anglers enjoy Lake Lewisville with catches that include large-mouth bass, crappie, catfish, and white bass. Additional favorite activities include swimming, water skiing, jet skiing, sailing, camping, biking, and picnicking.
Recently, Old Town Lewisville has been renovated to feature buildings from the early decades of the 20th century. This area is now boasts shopping, casual dining, and office space. The charming, ambiance of Old Town comes to life with frequent concerts and special events throughout the year. Additionally, during the summer months, families convene for picnicking at the Vista Ridge Amphitheater for free concerts, and the Vista Ridge Mall for shopping!
The city of Lewisville is served by the Lewisville Independent School District and recently, Texas Monthly ranked Killough Lewisville High School North as first among Texas high schools.
House-hunters can find a good mix of old and new in this mature city. Some ranch-style, 1970s homes can be found in older parts of the area, but newer, more contemporary floorplans are scattered throughout many neighborhoods in Lewisville. Thinking about moving here? Let us know! We’re the best Lewisville moving company around.
The Mighty Movers staff is clean-cut, friendly, and helpful, and we want you to be comfortable with us as you move. Take a look at our movers right here. We will quote you customized prices depending on your individual needs and preferences. We have a variety of modern equipment options to fit any move type, and a fleet of trucks available to accommodate your move – big or small. As a Lewisville moving company, we’d love to share our area knowledge with you – from storage options, rental recommendations, or just general information about the area, – we are committed to service your move from beginning to end. When we’re finished, be sure to rate our movers because we know you’ll have great things to say!
We look forward to hearing from you! Be sure to request a free moving quote right here!
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What’s happening in Lewisville?
Read below to find out about what’s going on in Lewisville today!
- LJEEC helps MHS students put teaching puzzle pieces together
When working on a puzzle, one is intended to put together the pieces in a logical way in order to come up with the desired solution. Marcus High School (MHS) child development students recently had the opportunity to see the pieces of early childhood education fall into place during a trip to Lewisville ISD's Lillie Jackson Early Education Center (LJEEC).
- Spreading kindness
What happens when speech and debate students decide to spread kindness on a high school campus? That's what students in Sally Squibb's speech and debate classes at Lewisville High School (LHS) wanted to know when they recently embarked on a clothespin experiment.
- Students enjoy unique field day
It wasn't a traditional field day at College Street and Rockbrook Elementary Schools when physical education (PE) teachers and principals from both schools created the first-ever "Strategic Design Field Day" at Lewisville High School's Goldsmith Stadium.
- Black Hawk visits middle school
Students in Liz Marlin's Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) classes at Durham Middle School were visited by retired U.S. Army Black Hawk helicopter pilot, Chief Warrant Officer Elizabeth McCormick.
- Highland Village Elementary announces 'A' honor roll
First grade Lola Abanatha Ty Adams Julia Bigley Jagger Blueitt Matthew Boughton Payton Bragg Madison Butler Rhea Chacko Kyle Cowsert Jaci Dickey Cylas Dion Christopher Donnelly Collin Duvall Alex Friske Lily Geter Tobey Gibson Tommy Guo Daxston Havelka Emily Hanson Samantha Higginbotham Scarlett Keith Molly Kemery Caden King John Krasnan Kenna Krupovage Vince Lombardo Edward McClennon Duffy McKenzie Lara Mick Riley Moon Patton Morgan Nicholas Peters Wesley Phillips Clara Portillo Greta Schober Madalyn Shield Savannah Strive Charlie Vacek Emily Wachal Alyssa Wheeler Ann Marie Whelan Conall Wood Kylie York Ziara Young Second grade Preston Ackley Samantha Ahlfs Elyson Ayao Ty Cowley Ivory Dabner Brody Davis Alea Desserano Chase Dion Lily Edwards Austen Goodgion Caitlyn Green Hank Harp Jack Hasten Daniel Hernandez-Lopez Allison Horton Jayce Jackson Jacob Jund Phoebe Kaul Jett Macias Gracen Martinez Zachary Martinez Jack Mason Koren Newkirk Josh Neth Lauren Phillips Anna Pittman Elise Randall Samantha Raney Madeline Riley Sabastian Sanderson Lydia Schultz Mac Smith Steven Stueck Mackenzie Sunderman Ava Swartz Skylar Tarvin Darius Uhler Katelyn Vergien Veronyca West Jentry Womack Brendan Wood Abigail Wright Third grade Keonna Allen Dylan Blake Hannah Boughton Xander Corcoran Kailey Graham Alston Hackler Tristen Jander-Paulus Jordan Kaufman Emily Kraft Bryan Marquez Elena Martinez Isabelle Martinez Jordan Moore Ben Narvaez Kaylee Phonthalangsy Taylor Randall Anna Robinson Isabella Sanchez Daphney Sanderson Shaan Sidhwani Caleb Smiley Ashton Sorsby Laurelai Vergien Fourth grade Jacob Ahlfs Natalie Allread Olivia Aranda Sergio Chacon Shelby Davis Cole Dion Jordan Dusckas Samuel Garza Coy Goodgion Ashleigh Green Grayson Griffith Ian Harrup Paige Hartsburg Patrick Hill Roxanne Hinojosa Jacob Horton Zoey Kaul Landon Kenner Brett Martin Shelby Oakes Sharon Oh Emma Pence Guy Phillips Joshua Readus Benjamin Sunderman Emma Thomas Fifth grade Carolina Alfaro Victoria Alonzo Noah Boughton Keely Campbell Lindsey Collins McKenna Cowley John Fleitman McKenzie Freeman Teaghan Ortega Ellie Osborne Myia Peters Anna Ribb Jacob Rogers Vicky Venegas Victoria Ward Hunter Wasson Natalie West Brooke Winningham Amber Young
- Governor signs law to reduce EOC exams
Gov. Rick Perry signed House Bill 5 into law Monday, giving teachers and students the break from standardized tests they had been asking for.
- Lewisville residents to appear on game show
It all began with a phone call and before he knew it, one Lewisville resident was appearing on one of the longest-running game shows with his fianc.
- Council to vote on Stage 2 water conservation
For the first time, Lewisville could move into Stage 2 water conservation beginning July 1.
- Bookmobile brings reading to the streets
A group of Lewisville ISD teachers is trying to make reading more accessible to residents during the summer months.
- Watch DOG keeps eye on home half a world away
Southridge Elementary enjoys the presence of active dad volunteers through the Watch DOGS program, a father-involvement initiative started by the National Center for Fathering, which organizes fathers and father figures to provide positive male role models for students and enhance school security. It's an opportunity for Southridge to involve the diverse community, staff and students to use their strengths, resources and talents to provide engaging, innovative experiences for all learners.
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