Traveling for the holidays may be a little different this year. With more families staying at home, travelers may experience less traffic and delays. However, getting there safely is still a priority.
It’s no secret, inclement weather can have adverse effects on construction projects, especially when it comes to paving.
What better way to enjoy the great outdoors than to go for a hike at the Bob Jones Nature Center and Preserve.
Teamwork makes the dream work and behind the roads, infrastructure and construction projects stands a diverse team of experts dedicated to enhancing mobility initiatives in our community.
If you’ve ever attended a City Council meeting, requested City records, volunteered for a board or commission or voted, then you’ve utilized the City Secretary’s Office.
To support Southlake’s local businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic, the City Council recently adopted the Southlake Business Relief Grant Program.
It’s time to kick off the 20th anniversary of Southlake’s annual Home for the Holidays celebration with the virtual tree lighting at 6 p.m., November 21 on Facebook!
Plans include modifications to the fountain area, landscaping and hardscaping, as well as project milestones.
City Council approved the final concept and contract for new Public Art as a tribute to Bob and Almeady Jones at the November 17, City Council meeting.
The City of Southlake will be participating for their second year in the Holiday Grease Roundup.
In Southlake, we strive for perfection and to exceed expectations by delivering world class experiences. That’s why we hire world class employees to deliver services with a smile!
The Southlake Public Library is excited to offer its 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program, a nationwide challenge that encourages parents and caregivers to regularly read aloud to their children.
Milton Blake is a beloved and long-time resident of the Southlake community. He and his late wife, Beverly Blake, relocated to Southlake 15 years ago from Chicago to live near his daughter, Robin Cornish and her late husband Frank Cornish.
The City of Southlake takes pride in employing world class employees to serve the Southlake community.
See what’s new and what’s coming into the Southlake market!.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Southlake’s annual Home for the Holidays celebration.
The City of Southlake and Republic Services are pleased to offer curbside leaf recycling for Southlake residents.
The Carroll School Board held a special meeting Friday morning to name Dr. Lane Ledbetter as the Lone Finalist for Superintendent of Schools. The vote was unanimous and paves the way for the veteran school leader to return to the place where he began as a...
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...
Can’t make it to the meeting? You can watch the Council meeting live or on-demand through our video service.
Talley will serve as the councilmember for Place 1. She has lived in Southlake for 24 years and has been an ...
City Council approved new and existing temporary regulations and activities for Southlake businesses during the October 6 City Council meeting.
With the cooler temperatures, it’s important to make sure your vehicle is weather ready!
With an annual consumption of an estimated of 2.8 billion gallons of water, making sure you have high quality drinking water straight to your faucet is one of the City of Southlake’s priorities.
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