City Charter & City Code
The Code of Southlake Texas includes the Southlake City Charter, special and related laws and the general ordinances of the City of Southlake. The searchable, online version is hosted by Municipal Code Corporation. The searchable version of the code does not include changes to the code as approved by the City Council since the last update to the official printed version.
As designated by city ordinance, the City Secretary is the city’s Records Management Officer. As such, the City Secretary is responsible for handling open record requests and maintaining city legislative documents. In order to promote transparency, the City Secretary's Office is focused on digitizing City records to be accessible by the public on the City’s website.
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