Since construction commenced in 2017, we wanted to take a look back to see how far we’ve come and how much longer we have until completion.
Plans to improve mobility on Zena Rucker are moving forward.
At the most recent November 19 City Council Meeting, Assistant City Manager Ben Thatcher reaffirmed the City’s commitment to improving mobility in Southlake is not just on roadways but sidewalks too.
The Clariden Ranch subdivision will be the first of its kind to partner with the City of Southlake to expand a neighborhood trail.
City Council approved an Interlocal Agreement with Tarrant County for the joint resurfacing of Crooked Lane during the December 3 City Council meeting.
Phase 2 of N. White Chapel Paves the Way
City Council renewed a professional consultant agreement with Jerry Hodge and Associates for project management services for the SH 114 Improvements Project at the October 2 City Council meeting.
This week, four assessors from the Center for Public Safety Excellence/Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CPSE/CFAI) were onsite to review the Southlake Fire Department for re-accreditation.
This New Year, the Library has programs focused on health and wellness, as well as fun filled activities such as celebrating the Lunar New Year.
Join us this spring for our first ever after-school club at Bob Jones Nature Center and Preserve, BJNCP Explorers! BJNCP Explorers is perfect for young naturalists and outdoor enthusiasts (ages 5-11).
The upcoming Council Election for Place 1 and Place 6 will take place on Saturday, May 2. Filing begins on Wednesday, January 15.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the ones you love most while dancing the night away at Southlake’s annual Sweetheart Dance coming up on February 8.
True it’s been a few weeks since Christmas but Champions Club is still reveling in excitement over the present Santa brought them.
Strategic. Focused. Achiever.
Senior Director of Planning and Development Services Ken Baker shared his insight on Southlake's 2035 Health and Wellness Master Plan with Southlake Style.
The 2020 election season is upon us.
Water usage for November, December and January will affect the amount that is billed in sewer charges for the remaining nine months out of the year.
The City of Southlake and Republic Services are pleased to offer curbside leaf recycling for Southlake residents.
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