Community Resources

The following Community Resources are available in Southlake. Additional information on these resources can be obtained by visiting the links provided below. 

Important Links for Residents



Southlake City Council - The City Council meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at Southlake Town Hall. The public is welcome to attend all meetings and comment on any item being considered by the Council. See the guide to City Council meetings for upcoming agendas. Archived agendas and minutes are also available. For more information on the City Council, contact the City Secretary's Office at (817) 748-8183. 

City Code - The Southlake City Code of Ordinance is available online. For questions about the City Code, please contact the City Secretary's Office at (817) 748-8183. 

Southlake Community Wiki- Find information for area art museums, childcare services, entertainment venues, governmental information, volunteer opportunities, and much more. The wiki is an on-going work in progress, so be sure to check back often. 

Local organizations

Bob Jones Nature Center - Discover the beauty of Southlake at Bob Jones Nature Center, a 758 acre preserve open to the public for hiking, classes and special events.

Southlake Community Band -  Enjoy this concert band of more than seventy talented adult amateur musicians who enjoy playing music just for fun. The band performs regularly in the North Texas area cities Of Southlake, Grapevine, Keller, Colleyville and surrounding communities. Our concert programs range from classic band to Broadway, rousing Sousa marches to familiar children’s music.

Southlake Historical Society - Preserve, protect and share the history of Southlake with the members of the Southlake Historical Society.

Southlake Sister Cities - Tome, Japan and Suzhou, China are Southlake's Sister Cities. This relationship, international educational programs and student travel are provided by the  Southlake Sister Cities organization.

News

  

MySouthlakeNews is the place to get your latest information for your schools, your City, your Library, and more.

The Southlake Community Wiki is designed to present information on community resources that may be of interest to Southlake residents. It is an ongoing work in progress, and will be updated as new community resources become available. 

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