Work on N. White Chapel is progressing and still on track.
Signal equipment can stop working and cause the lights to flash, or a power outage can make the lights go out completely. Knowing what to do if this happens makes you and everyone around you safer.
School is about to be in session!
National Preparedness Month is not limited to safety at home, it also expands to being prepared while on the go. Whether your daily commute consists of work, home, school or long-distance trips, every driver should be prepared
The Southlake Fire Department has sent multiple personnel to the Texas coast to assist with the evacuation, urban search and rescue, and re-population efforts related to Hurricane Laura.
Fire station tours have been an important bond between residents and the City of Southlake Department of Public Safety. However, COVID-19 restrictions hindered how the Fire Department continued to deliver this educational service to residents.
Volunteers are an invaluable part of keeping the City of Southlake running smoothly.
Next week, September 22, to be exact, Southlake turns 64! Celebrate with us the next time you are in Town Square by taking a stroll in Family Park and checking out our new light pole banners.
National Preparedness Month is not limited to safety at home, it also expands to being prepared while on the go.
As part of the City of Southlake Planning and Development Services Department, Code Enforcement helps residents and businesses comply with code requirements through education and communication.
Sewer, garbage and recycling rate changes will go into effect on October 1, 2020, for all Southlake Water Utilities customers. Residents will notice the increase on November billing statements.
While the City of Southlake consistently invests in and maintains quality infrastructure, it is always important to understand how systems work and how you can help us keep Southlake special.
Southlake is turning 64 on September 22 and everyone is invited come together to share their spirit and celebrate the City we love and call home! .
Election season is here! With only a few weeks before for the next election, here are some important upcoming dates.
Hear from owner Allison Fullmer about all the great offerings they have and how they’re keeping mind, body and soul well.
Businesses in Town Square can now have an individualized look thanks to recent ordinances passed by City Council over the summer.
Residents or businesses may have received a letter in the mail regarding their alarm permit renewal or a letter requesting that they apply for an alarm permit for their unregistered alarm system.
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!
To help pay for a community’s essential services or build facilities for your enjoyment, cities sometimes borrow money.
The City of Southlake has received notice from Tarrant County Public Health that one mosquito trap in Southlake has tested positive for the West Nile Virus.
It’s time for the Denton County Friends of the Family (DCFOF) Annual Gala and this year, their 40th anniversary, it will be a virtual experience.
We need you, Southlake!
Although opportunities to volunteer for the City have declined due to Covid-19, the Southlake Public Library had a few opportunities for volunteers to serve and remain safe.
Sohan Shrestha is a senior at Carroll Senior High School and has been volunteering...
Whether your daily commute consists of work, home, school or long-distance trips, every driver should be prepared in the event an emergency happens while you’re in your car.
So how do you make a vehicle emergency kit? You can start gathering item...
Economic Stress Creates High Demand for Assistance
It’s a difficult time in our nation and our communities. Families desperately need the essentials of food, medicine, shelter, and more in our area, and local service organizations have a growing ...
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