We’re excited to announce that next on the list is the reopening of The Marq Southlake. Following Governor Greg Abbott’s executive order, The Marq Southlake will open in accordance with the maximum 25% capacity guidelines.
This summer’s activities will look a little different from years past as we implement state health standards and safety protocols. Class sizes will be limited to help us keep you and your family safe. But rest assured, there will be no shortage of fun!
Southlake residents now have access to free, simple and convenient recycling for clothing, shoes and accessories.
Beginning Monday, May 25, 2020, Republic Services will return trash collection to the regular schedule.
City of Southlake CFO Sharen Jackson provided a financial outlook during the May 19 City Council meeting.
Effective Monday, May 18, 2020, the following park amenities will reopen.
Grab your walking shoes because the Continental Sidewalk will be open soon.
By using a little ingenuity, Metroport Teen Court is still in session despite changes associated with COVID-19.
The Southlake Public Works Team exemplifies our values, especially through trying time.
We’ve discussed how to drive through the roundabout located at N. White Chapel and Highland, now let’s talk about signs.
Quietly, with no fanfare, one group of employees is working hard to make a significant impact during these interesting times.
After more than a month of virtual meetings, the City of Southlake will hold two in-person meetings the week of May 18.