You see them everywhere, on roadways, small shopping areas, near schools and even your neighborhoods. Although they are common, medians play an important role when it comes to mobility in Southlake.
This year’s theme, “There’s No Place Like Southlake,” was inspired by the film, “The Wizard of Oz.”
The elevated storage tank located on Miron Drive is undergoing a makeover!
Share to Facebook Share to LinkedIn Share to EmailIn Southlake, we just can’t seem to get enough of pickleball!
Guys: looking for a way to blow off steam after work and socialize with your buds? Join our Men’s Over 35 Softball League!
The Southlake Senior Activity Center would like to wish a very Happy 105th Birthday to Miss Martha (Watson) Wood!
Are you a fan and frequent visitor to the Southlake Public Library? You’re in good company.
Put on your dancing shoes and come down to Legends Hall for a night of fun.
Join us March 20-22 for a weekend of celebrating our diversity at The Marq Southlake!
Early voting for the Primary Election kicks off Tuesday, February 18 and ends on Friday, February 28.
The Zena Rucker Connector is named after longtime Southlake resident Zena Rucker. But who is Zena Rucker?
The national ranking for the top 10 fine art festivals has been released by the Art Fair SourceBook. Art in the Square is #1.
Apex brings excellence in the arts to Northeast Tarrant County on Sunday, March 22 at White’s Chapel UMC.
The 2020 Southlake Business Climate Survey is now open.
Assistant City Manager Ben Thatcher discussed how residents can utilize an embedded interactive map on the City’s sidewalk page and explained how residents can get information pertaining to sidewalks at the February 4 Council meeting.
The City continues to implement solutions to serve our residents by enforcing strategic plans to improve vehicular and pedestrian safety.
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