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Highland Village, TX Boundaries and History
Highland Village, TX Boundaries:
Highland Village, TX is located along the Hickory Creek Arm shoreline (on the southwest corner) of Lewisville Lake.
East Boundary: (north to south): The east border begins (in the north) just east of I35-E. South to (just south of) Highland Village Road. Then follows the shoreline, then following (the south side) of both Duvall Blvd., and Highland Hill Lane, and (north of) Purgatory Pass. South along (west of) Cripple Creek Lane and Aspen Drive to Justin Road — which is the southeast corner of the City.
South Boundary: Justin Road between Aspen Drive (to the east) and Chinn Chapel Road (to the west) — which is the southwest corner of the City.
West Boundary: (south to north): From the southwest corner of the City (described just above), north on Chinn Chapel Road, east on E. Jernigan Road (to its east ending point). There, it turns sharply northwest, back to Chinn Chapel Road, north .5 mile, then east to (west of) Poindexter Branch creek. North on Fairfield Lane and (west of) Buckingham Lane, north to the creek. East along the creek to Village Parkway, north on Village Parkway to (just north of where) Bishop Lane (ends) — which is the northwest corner of the City.
North Boundary: (west to east): From the northwest corner of the City (described just above) the boundary heads southeast to the shoreline of Lewisville Lake to (.25 mile east of) Village Parkway. The border restarts on the south side of the inlet of water, and follows the shoreline to I35-E — where is becomes the east boundary (described above).
History of Highland Village, TX
HIGHLAND VILLAGE, TEXAS. Highland Village, located along the south shoreline of Hickory Creek Arm of Lewisville Lake, is about 10 miles southeast of Denton, and 20 miles northwest of Dallas, in southern Denton County.
Highland Village incorporated in the early 1960s as a suburb of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metro Area (DFW). Between 1970–1980, Highland Village increased from 516 to 3,246 residents. The 2000 population was 12,173, and 16,996 in 2010.
Highland Village has a mayor and city council, and furnishes a variety of municipal services including police and fire services and garbage collection. Three elementary schools and one middle school are located within the city limits. By 2004, the primarily upscale residential community was actively recruiting businesses to expand retail development in the area.
SOURCE: Handbook of Texas Online, Laurie E. Jasinski, “Highland Village, TX,” accessed February 21, 2017, http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/heh04.