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One Southlake restaurant is giving church-goers a reason to dine out on Sundays.
The next phase of comprehensive planning in the City of Southlake is moving forward with Southlake 2035.
The City of Southlake dedicated the “Flying Together” sculpture by Adam Schultz from Dream Big Sculpture at Dove, Peytonville and Sam School Rd roundabout on Friday, May 19, 2017.
Colton Williams turned a minor mistake into a major opportunity.
The future never looked brighter than it did Wednesday, May 17, night at The Marq Southlake.
On Thursday, June 1st, crews will begin road reconstruction and curb installation in the N. Peytonville Ave. area. The project starts at the N. Peytonville Ave. intersection with Corporate Circle and runs north to Ten Bar Trail.
Runway 18R/36L, DFW’s primary arrival runway, will be closed from Sunday May 21 at 12:00 PM to Friday, June 4 at 6:00 AM, weather permitting, to accommodate the FAA’s ongoing installation work.
The weather outside is getting warmer as we get closer to summer. Warm weather means lots of sun…and mosquitoes! As you spend more and more time having fun in the sun, don’t forget about the 4-Ds.
Southlake City Councilman Gary Fawks (Place 6) has announced his resignation from the City Council.
Hot Texas summers call for cool concerts with FREE family fun. A Southlake tradition, MasterWorks is a concert series that offers community members free musical performances.
Is your child out of school on Friday, May 26? The City of Southlake Community Services is hosting another one day camp for children looking for fun activities on their day off!
Grab your blankets, lawn chairs, family and friends for a free night out at The Marq! The Marq will be showing four movies throughout the summer on a giant inflatable movie screen.
We are very excited to announce the redesigning of the Southlake Water Utilities website. These changes were designed with you in mind, and help us better serve you.
Would you like to know more about featured business for the month of May? If so, you are going to want look at this months Local Business Report for Steel City Pops.
Getting around town can be a challenge for locals and visitors alike. Crowded roads, combined with Southlake being a popular destination for shopping and dining, can make it challenging to visit local businesses and attend community events.
Recognizing the importance of visitors to the city’s economy, Southlake City Council approved the updated Tourism Master Plan May 2. This new plan is a component of the Southlake 2035 Comprehensive Plan—an ongoing update of the 2030 version.
Over the last six months, 13 Public Safety employees have participated in our third DPS Leadership Academy.
It’s spring time in Texas. This means crazy weather! Want to stay informed of upcoming severe weather? You can use Southlake Connect, the City of Southlake’s new notification tool.
From brightly colored surroundings, to interactive sing-along videos, Snip-its is reshaping the traditional hair trimming experience for children.
Less than a year since launching its mobile-ready, responsive website, the City of Southlake has taken its online presence to the next level with the release of the My Southlake Texas app, available Southlake App for iOS and Android smartphones.
From in-house visits to specialized care plans, Innovative Prosthetics is helping amputees overcome the hurdles of living without a limb.
It’s easy to understand when it’s raining and storming outside why games are canceled and playing fields are closed, but why is it closed when it’s sunny outside?
The City of Southlake is unveiling a new communication tool to help residents and local business leaders stay informed while on the go.