Located at the southwest corner of White Chapel Boulevard and State Highway 114, Chapel Crossing will soon add to Southlake’s thriving health care industry...
Starting August 6, TxDOT is planning to close the northbound outside (right) lane on FM 1938 from just north of FM 1709 (Southlake Blvd) to near Camden Circle.
“In an attractive, growing community such as Southlake, one has to adapt to change quickly in addition to balancing often competing interests. I’m looking forward to helping support the highest quality of life for Southlake as a world-class community.”
From traffic tips to road construction and sidewalk options, the new Connect Southlake Mobility Page is your one-stop-shop for all things related to mobility in the City of Southlake.
Mobility in the north end of Southlake just got a little better, thanks to the widening of Kirkwood Boulevard between Stockton Drive and Tyler Street. The new four-lane roadway also includes new sidewalks on the west side of the road from Dove to Tyler.
The State of California has requested wild land firefighting resources from Texas to address their dire wildfire situation and the Southlake Fire Department will be sending three of their own to assist in fighting the blazes as part of TIFMAS.
The City of Southlake has received notice from Tarrant County Public Health that one mosquito trap in Southlake has tested positive for West Nile Virus.
Summer is peak mosquito season. Bug bites can be a pain, but even more concerning is the potential for contracting a serious virus spread by infected mosquitoes, like West Nile Virus. It’s important to know the symptoms and how to protect yourself.
Late this morning, Tarrant County Officials approved an outdoor burn ban that will be in effect for the next ninety (90) days. An outdoor burn ban means the county is under imminent threat of severe damage, injury, or loss of life or property resulting
On July 27th, a 23-week long journey through classrooms, physical training, and Taser-ings finally came to an end for Officers Randall Harp and Trey Harris, as they graduated from the NCTCOG Police Academy in Arlington, Texas.
Pavement repairs on the northbound lanes of Byron Nelson Parkway between Nettleton and Inwood Drives are scheduled to begin August 6.
Southlake Public Works Operations, in partnership with TxDOT Maintenance, will begin fixing some drainage issues along SH 114 on Monday, August 6.
Beginning Thursday, August 9, Verizon is scheduled to begin the Town Square portion of their fiber optic cable installation.
In an effort to learn about and build relationships within the Southlake business community, the City of Southlake’s Economic Development & Tourism Department has developed a business engagement program driven by volunteers—Business Buddies.
Curious about the new businesses in Southlake? Check out the New Biz List for August.
The Office of Emergency Management recently installed a new Outdoor Warning Siren at DPS North Training Center to increase emergency warning coverage across Southlake. With a vital location near North Park, the siren benefits park visitors & residents.
It’s hot outside! We all like green lawns and beautiful landscaping, and in this heat, they need a little extra help to stay hydrated. While it can be tempting to water every day, the City does have a watering schedule that must be followed.
The Southlake Library is bringing a series of classes to help you write your family stories! To write your family stories one must ask questions like a journalist, research like a genealogist, and write like a novelist.
Have all the fun and relaxation of a vacation, without having to leave town! From restaurants to shopping to our beautiful parks to our luxurious spas and hotels to our fun events, Southlake has everything you need for the perfect staycation.
The northwest corner of State Highway 114 and Kimball Avenue continues to transform into a welcoming gateway to the city. Kimball Park, the mixed-use commercial development, is already home to Cambria Hotel & Suites and The Offices at Kimball Park.
For almost 20 years 1000s of people have descended on Town Square to enjoy a family-fun, patriotic event, complete with food, music, and fireworks. The annual event is one of the largest coordinated by the City.
The summer heat takes a toll on all of us, especially our landscaping. While we can go inside to the air conditioning to escape the heat, there’s not much our landscaping can do.
Late this morning, Tarrant County Officials approved an outdoor burn ban that will be in effect for the next ninety (90) days.
Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport will begin a major infrastructure project to rebuild one of its busiest runways.
The summer assignments are for students in grades 5-12 and not every course is required to complete an assignment. High school students and parents will see different content areas that may pertain to their upcoming Fall class schedule including CTE, Lang...
Carroll High School and Carroll Senior High School are not listed as the supply list may vary from course to course. Students should check their summer assignments list to ensure their teacher did not include supplies that may be needed for the f...
Here is the current watering schedule to help you remember when you can water.
The best time to water is in the early morning hours (Midnight – 4 a.m.) so water has the chance to soak into the soil. However, our watering schedule does al...
From traffic tips to road construction and sidewalk options, the new Connect Southlake Mobility Page is your one-stop-shop for all things related to mobility in the City of Southlake. Designed as a resource to help keep Southlake residents and vi...
One benefit of living in a community like Southlake is our House Watch program. If you plan on leaving for a weekend or a week, fill out a quick online form notifying the Southlake Police Department when you will be gone and when you will return.
June 2018 – Two City projects were recently recognized at the Texas Association of Municipal Information Officers (TAMIO) annual conference. “Bench the Grinch!” was honored in the 2018 Video – PSA – Marketing Under 60K category.
Sgt. Jason Henninger was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant, and took over the Professional Standards supervisory role. This encompasses Internal Affairs, Accreditation, Community Initiatives & Public Education, Records, Red Light Cameras & Recruiting.
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