Temporary Regulations for Businesses
The City of Southlake realizes that businesses are being severely impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency. To assist businesses in succeeding and to create a safer environment for the public, the Southlake City Council approved new and existing temporary regulations (deregulations) until January 5, 2021. These regulations and activities include suspended enforcement of certain sign code, parking, outdoor patio, landscaping, sidewalk sale and outdoor sales regulations. After January 5, 2021, Southlake City Council will reconvene to consider extending the temporary regulations to a later date in 2021.
For more information about these specific deregulations, visit our Business Regulation Relief web page.
Development Related Ordinances
This page provides a listing of development related ordinances. For further questions on these ordinances please contact the Planning & Zoning division at (817) 748-8621.
- Zoning Ordinance*
- Subdivision Ordinance*
- Tree Preservation Ordinance and Technical Manual
- Landscape Ordinance*
- Erosion and Sediment Control Ordinance
- Driveway Ordinance*
- Masonry Ordinance*
- Sign Ordinance
- Airport Compatibility Ordinance*
- Lighting Ordinance*
- Oil and Gas Well Drilling Information
- Carillon Zoning Booklet - Ordinance No. 564a
ParcZoning Booklet - Ordinance No. 564d Rightof Way Management Ordinance - Occupancy and Maintenance by Wireless Network Providers
- Wireless Facilities Design Manual (Chapter 284)
- Impact Fee Ordinance
Building Codes & Construction Guidelines
All plans, permits, and inspections are currently being reviewed under the 2009 Building Codes.
- Building Codes
- City of Southlake Code of Ordinances
- Commercial Construction
- Residential Construction