Lawn and Landcare provides reliable lawn mowing and landscape maintenance in North Dallas and Little Elm, TX. With our team of experienced landscapers, we provide prompt service and ensure the work is done right the first time. During each lawn service visit, your yard will be cut to the optimal height and grass clippings will be cleaned up. In addition to cutting the grass, we include edging, weed eating, and will blow off all concrete at the property. Our customers have peace of mind when it comes to regular service with our consistent scheduling and communication.
Give us a call today at (214) 293-3793 for pricing.
In addition to our lawn mowing service, we provide a variety of other landscape maintenance services to both residential and commercial customers.
Lawn and Landscape Services in Little Elm Texas
- Lawn Mowing Service
- Weed Control and Fertilization
- Sprinkler Repair and Upgrades
- Shrub and Tree Trimming Service
- General Landscape Cleanup Service
- Hardscape and Stone Work
- Acreage Mowing
- Landscape Design and Installation
About Little Elm Texas
Little Elm is a city in Denton County, where over 66 miles of the corporate town limits are the shoreline of Lewisville Lake. This has led to a scenic setting, where almost everywhere in the city you go you will have a view of the lake. If you love the idea of a lakeside view, then Little Elm is the city for you.
History of Little Elm, TX
Little Elm was chartered in 1841, and was mostly inhabited by Indians who lived near the creeks. These creeks were early important natural resources, as it made the nearby soil fertile and ready for crops. The area was also a rich source for timber, which made good fuel for the winters.
As surrounding communities developed, it was inevitable that Little Elm itself would also develop and awaken from its “sleepy town” status.
Little Elm was incorporated as a city in 1966, and had its own Home Rule charter by 2001. Today, the town continues to grow as businesses open and new home construction is completed.
Infrastructural development in the city is aimed at having residential, shopping and office spaces having the same line-of-sight view of the lake.
The city’s expansion and growth in the past few years has created traffic concerns for the City, but road-widening projects that are expected to finish by 2014 should ease the vehicular congestion.
Parks and Trails
There are four major parks: Little Elm Park, Cottonwood Park, Beard Park, and McCord Park. Little Elm and Cottonwood are fairly developed, with access to the shoreline, while McCord Park and Beard Park are still being developed to the same level as the first two. Hiking and biking trails exist, and serve as important links between the main transportation arteries.