City, State, and Federal Elections
The City Secretary serves as the Election Official for the City of Southlake and is responsible for conducting all City elections as prescribed by the Election Code of the State of Texas. Municipal elections are held annually on the first Saturday in May, as authorized by state law. The City Secretary contracts with Tarrant and Denton County Elections Administration to conduct all local, state, and federal elections.
City of Southlake
The City of Southlake City Council is composed of a Mayor and six Council members. While there are seven Council places, they are not divided into geographic districts. Each Council member is elected at large and represents the entire community.
Running for Office
If you are interested in becoming a City Council candidate, please visit our City Council - Running for Office webpage.
- May 2023 - Place 1 and Place 6 will be elected.
- May 2024 - Mayor and Place 2 will be elected.
- May 2025 - Place 3, Place 4, and Place 5 will be elected.
State and Federal Elections
Southlake Town Hall is a Tarrant County Vote Center location, and qualified voters may vote at any polling location within Tarrant County during Early Voting and on Election Day. For more information about voting in Tarrant County, please visit their election website. Southlake residents who live in Denton County can find election information at VoteDenton.gov