The City of Southlake installs and maintains miles of sidewalks to provide for the general connectivity, safe routes to school, and recreational use. The community’s sidewalk network provides for segments in neighborhoods, along major roads, within parks, and even throughout commercial development.
Watch this video to learn how the Southlake Mobility team is using the master plan to help connect our sidewalks, pathways, and trails. For more information on how the City plans, builds and gets results, click here.
Curious about where new sidewalks are going in? Take a look at this interactive map. Since 2009, the City has added 112,378 linear feet (21 miles) of sidewalks to connect neighborhoods and shopping centers as well as encourage pedestrian safety and access.
Use the layers icon on the top right corner of the map to see locations of current sidewalks, hiking trails, and equestrian trails and where future sidewalk segments are proposed.
You can also use the search bar to look for at a specific area. At the bottom of the map, there is a small up arrow, click on that to see the sidewalk details for your area. It will show you the adjacent street name, the specific neighborhood it's in, its length and width, when it was built, and how it was funded.
Want to learn more about what's planned and what's been completed? Visit our Interactive Sidewalk Maps page.
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