June marks the mid-year point for 2021 mobility projects, and we have made major progress.
Due to the possibility for flash flooding and heavy rains this week, you need to take precautionary measures before driving.
The City of Southlake has entered an Interlocal Agreement with Tarrant County for a joint road reconstruction project of N. Carroll Avenue.
The Southlake Mobility Team wants you to stay in-the-know with road construction on N. White Chapel Boulevard.
Over the last few months, TxDOT contractor, Coppell Construction Company Inc. has been replacing the bridge over Big Bear Creek after it was determined through a condition assessment program the bridge was in need of replacement
In the event of severe weather, the City deploys streets and drainage crews from Public Works to assist first responders to unblock roadways from flooding, trees, debris or other disaster relief efforts.
There’s no doubt, the weather has significantly changed.
Meet Cpl. Jeff Paul. He has served on the police force for the City of Southlake for 38 years.
Just because school is out doesn’t mean the learning stops!
Get ready, set and celebrate at Stars and Stripes 2021!
Calling all civic-minded Southlake high school students: The Southlake Youth Action Commission is now accepting applications for the 2021-2022 academic year.
The Southlake Police Department welcomed two new recruits to the force earlier this year.
Sidewalks are the future of Southlake!
Every club has its lingo and set of acronyms to describe its culture as an organization. At Champions Club, the acronym MOD gets tossed around a lot.
As part of the N. White Chapel Boulevard Widening Project, contractors will be required to close a portion of N. White Chapel Boulevard to shift an existing water line.
This list of new Southlake businesses is provided by the Southlake Department of Economic Development and Tourism to help you see what’s new and what’s coming into the Southlake market!
Southlake’s Historical Society honors the community’s past in the upcoming photo exhibit, “Places People Still Talk About,” from July 12 through September 11 in Southlake Town Hall and the Southlake Public Library.
The Bob Jones Nature Center and Preserve is not just a hub for children to learn about the great outdoors. Did you know that there are multiple opportunities for adults to learn more about nature as well?
Research shows that the most reliable predictor of school success is being read to during early childhood. Reading to children from an early age can help close the vocabulary gap and prepare children to enter kindergarten with the skills they need to succ...
Have questions about City of Southlake regulations and repairing damage to private property from the recent winter storm?
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