During a Tuesday afternoon press conference, Governor Greg Abbott issued an updated Executive Order that gave Texans new COVID-19 guidelines.
The impact of the COVID-19 situation is not only being felt locally in Southlake, but on a state and national level.
A Stay At Home order has been issued for Tarrant County residents by Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley, in effect from 11:59 p.m. today, March 24, until April 7, 2020.
There are a lot of questions about what stay-at-home means and what you’re allowed and not allowed to do until the order expires April 7. To help, we created a list of dos and don’ts.
The City is aware of a positive COVID-19 test for a City of Southlake employee.
It’s a tough time for all of us. The best thing we can do is keep calm and support those around us, because that is The Southlake Way! So, sit back, relax and enjoy being home sweet home with your loved ones.
Contractors will be installing equipment at the traffic signal located at E. Continental Boulevard and S. Kimball Avenue on Thursday, March 26 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., to create the City’s first “Smart Intersection.”
Although the roads are less traveled right now due to the Tarrant County shelter-in-place order, plans to improve mobility in Southlake are still in the works and are a top priority.
As a result, of the special March 23, 2020, virtual meeting, the Southlake City Council voted to extend Mayor Laura Hill’s First Amended Declaration of Local Disaster and Public Health Emergency.
The City has been made aware by Tarrant County Public Health that a fourth Southlake resident has tested positive for COVID-19.
Tarrant County has updated its Declaration of Local Disaster Due to Public Health Emergency order. The order’s changes are effective today, March 21, 2020, at 6:00 p.m.
To make it easy, we’ve created a web listing with links to all our online services.
To ensure the health and safety of our community and Republic Service’s waste collection crews, changes are being made to residential trash and recycling collection.
We’re lucky to have beautiful parks and trails right here in Southlake. And while we may not be gathering in large groups right now, you can still spend time outside.
We’re looking for a few good people who value our commitment integrity, innovation, accountability, excellence and teamwork to serve our world-class community on one of our boards and commissions. Are you interested?
The City has been made aware by Tarrant County Public Health that two Southlake residents have tested positive for COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
Since events have been postponed, the sports world has all but shut down and there are only so many shows you can binge watch, you might feel like you’ll run out of entertainment options for your family during the next few weeks.
You asked! We delivered!