The proposed FY 2020 budget was prepared with the idea of ensuring that strategic investments are made to advance the City’s safety goal.
School is back in session and so are new traffic rules. City Code requires that school zone speed limits be in effect for elementary schools 30 minutes before to 10 minutes after the start of school and 10 minutes before to 30 minutes after dismissal.
Mark Cisneros might agree that many days his management of the N. White Chapel reconstruction project feels like one hard step forward, two steps back; yet Mark remains focused.
Construction on the Zena Rucker roundabout is starting soon. At the August 20, City Council Meeting, Council officially signed off on the construction contract. Work is expected to start this fall.
The readers of Living Magazine recently voted Southlake’s Premiere Bicentennial Park, 2019’s Best Park in Northeast Tarrant County.
Every year the City of Southlake’s Planning and Development Services Department develops an Annual Development Report to present along with the City’s budget.
In late September 2018, North White Chapel Boulevard was overtopped by floodwaters causing severe damage to the storm culverts and the road surface.
Our preschool programs are designed to help young children develop their gross and fine motor skills, learn something new and have fun with friends in a safe and supportive environment.
Come try out the Champions Club Courts in one of Southlake’s new adult athletic leagues!
Register as an individual player by August 23, 2019, to reserve your spot in this all-skills league for girls ages 6 to 12.
The Southlake Public Library presents the Edgar Allan Poe on Thursday, September 19 at 6 p.m. in Southlake Town Hall on the third floor in rooms 3A-3D