The City Secretary’s Office is responsible for conducting all City elections and coordinates with Tarrant and Denton County elections for any state and federal elections. Southlake Town Hall typically serves as an early voting location and Carroll High School on election day in the City of Southlake. These locations are subject to change. For more information about this process, please call the City Secretary’s office at 817-748-8183.
Due to public health and safety arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, on March 18, 2020, the Governor of the State of Texas, issued the following proclamation:
“A proclamation suspending Sections 41.0052(a) and (b) of the Texas Election Code and Section 49.103 of the Texas Water Code to the extent necessary to allow political subdivisions that would otherwise hold elections on May 2, 2020, to move their general and special elections for 2020 only to the next uniform election date, occurring on November 3, 2020, without otherwise adjusting the term of office, and suspending Sections 31.093 and 42.0621(c) of the Texas Election Code to the extent necessary to require all county election officers, if requested by an affected political subdivision, to enter into a contract to furnish election services with any political subdivision who postponed their election to November 3, 2020, under the authority of this proclamation.”
During a video conferencing meeting held on Monday, March 23, 2020, the Council voted to postpone the May 2, 2020, General and City Bond Elections to November 3, 2020, or to an earlier option as specified by Governor Greg Abbott.
Tarrant County Notice of Election Postponement
Denton County Notice of Election Postponement
Any candidate who filed for the May 2nd election will remain valid, and the filing period will not be reopened for the new November 3rd date. The motion passed 7-0.
To help you stay informed as this situation evolves, the City of Southlake has created an information page, www.ProtectSouthlake.com, that provides a centralized place for Southlake news and resources. It also contains links to the COVID-19 pages located on county, state, and federal sites.
In compliance with H.B. No. 305/Local Government Code Sec. 2051.152 (effective 9/1/2019)
These items will carry over to the November 3, 2020 Election date, or to an earlier option date as specified by the Governor. New notices of the General and City Bond Elections will be created for the new election date and posted as required by law.
Public Notice of Ballot Drawing
Results of the Ballot Drawing
Future City Elections
- May 2020 - Place 1 and Place 6 will next be elected on November 3, 2020, or to an earlier option as specified by the Governor.
- May 2021 - Mayor and Place 2 will be elected.
- May 2022 - Place 3, Place 4, and Place 5 will be elected.
For more information, you may contact the following offices: