Neighborhood Services Metrics

Neighborhood Services actively fosters partnerships with residents and businesses to ensure a high quality of life for all Lewisville residents and works to ensure a thriving and resilient community by promoting, administering, and managing special programs and projects.

Learn more about Neighborhood Services here and here.

Property Enhancement Program (PEP)

The PEP is a reimbursable grant program for Lewisville residents to assist with exterior home repairs. Learn more here.

PEP Projects Completed to Date

This is the number of projects sponsored and completed by the PEP over the lifetime of the program. Behind each project is a resident aiming to improve the quality and aesthetics of their home and neighborhood.

PEP Funds Awarded to Date

The City of Lewisville is proud to have reinvested over $500,000 directly back into the homes of our residents.

PEP Projects Approved FY23

PEP Funds Awarded FY23

Average PEP Project Cost

PEP applicants tend to schedule projects that cost, on average, the amount above.

Average PEP Grant Award

Grant awards vary based on household income and projects costs.

PEP Project Types

Completed to Date

The chart to the left displays the types of projects the PEP has completed to date. Fences are, by far, the most popular project type. General repair projects such as painting and siding repair are also popular project types amongst applicants.

PEP Applicant Priority Groups

When needed, the PEP will prioritize applicants that may experience additional financial hardship, including applicants that identify as low-to-moderate (LMI) income, disabled, and/or over the age of 62 years.

The gauges to the right show the percentage of all grant recipients that identify as one or more of these groups.

Low-to-moderate

Income Recipients

Recipients that Identify

as Disabled

Recipients that are

62+ years old

Neighborhood Empowerment Zone (NEZ) #2

The Neighborhood Empowerment Zone #2 was designated by City Council in 2020. The zone incurs additional grant opportunities through the PEP Plus and Code Abatement programs.

PEP Plus

Code Abatement

Projects Completed to Date

Projects for which grants have been awarded may not yet be complete.

Projects Completed to Date

Projects for which grants have been awarded may not yet be complete.

Funds Awarded to Date

Funds Awarded to Date

Neighborhood Enhancement Program (NEP)

The NEP is a reimbursable grant to fund neighborhood improvement and enhancement projects that improves the quality of life for residents in Lewisville. Learn more here.

NEP Projects Completed to Date

NEP Funds Awarded to Date

Love Your Block (LYB)

The LYB is a reimbursable mini-grant of $500 that encourages neighborhoods to organize neighborhood events and complete small projects that build stronger relationships and improve neighborhoods. Learn more here.

LYB Projects Completed to Date

LYB Funds Awarded to Date

For the Love of Lewisville

FtLoL is an annual event hosted by the Neighborhood Services division that aims to strengthen community relationships, build resiliency, and beautify the community through volunteer work. Volunteers gather to assist pre-approved homeowners with yard work and other minor exterior repair projects and perform other community-wide projects such as park cleanups.

Last Event

Date

Oct 22, 2022

Number of Homes Helped at Last Event

12 + 1 park

Number of Volunteers at Last Event

over 150!

Get Ready for the

Next Event!

TBD

Community Development Block Grants (CDBG)

The purpose of the CDBG program is to provide decent housing, create a suitable living environment, and expand economic opportunities for low-to-moderate income Lewisville residents. CDBG funds are awarded to carry out a variety of community development, housing, infrastructure, and public service needs. Learn more about Lewisville's CDBG program here.

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FY22 Partner Client Goals

At the beginning of each fiscal year, local nonprofits and social service organizations apply for CDBG funds from the City of Lewisville. During this application period, each partner must set a goal for the number of clients they hope to serve during the course of the year. The chart above shows the current collective progress made towards those goals.

FY22 Partner Service Unit Goals

At the beginning of each fiscal year, local nonprofits and social service organizations apply for CDBG funds from the City of Lewisville. During this application period, each partner must set a goal for the number of service units they hope to provide during the course of the year. Service units are a predetermined amount or duration of service, which includes health, mental health, and case management services. The chart above shows the current collective progress made towards those goals.

FY22 CDBG Funds Disbursed

FY22 Total Service Units

FY22 Total Clients Served

Staffing Levels per Division

Showing full time positions only

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