No one loves fitness more than we do, and there’s nothing better than free fitness programs!
For everyone to benefit and enjoy the community around us, we want to encourage everyone to fasten your seat belts before you hit the road.
We want to know your thoughts! Every two years, the City of Southlake conducts a Citizen Satisfaction Survey to gather information from residents about their quality of life in Southlake.
Fall is here and it’s time for the Southlake Arts Council and the APEX Arts League’s Fall Art Exhibit!
The Southlake Department of Public Safety recently won a TAMI Award for “Best Video- PSA Educational with a Population Under 75,000.”
Emergency preparedness isn’t limited to government and residents. Businesses should be prepared for disaster situations as well.
It will soon be time to gather and celebrate all the great things that happened this past year. And what better way to celebrate than to party in style at Legends Hall at The Marq Southlake?
September is National Preparedness Month and while we prepare for inclement weather, we also need to prepare for running into bad weather while on the road.
We mean it when we say we are a Champions Club family, and that extends to our four-legged champions!
Whether you are in a small town or a major city, the public library is the centerpiece that helps bridge the gap between resources and the community which is why the Southlake Public Library is a beloved masterpiece.
Work on N. White Chapel Boulevard is on the move.
When it comes to City plans and project management Kevin Ferrer is your go to person.
Make sure your family is ready with an emergency kit, a household plan and by staying informed.
The City of Southlake has received notice from Tarrant County Public Health that four mosquito trap samples in Southlake have tested positive for West Nile Virus.
The Community Engagement Committee (CEC) is hosting a SPIN Town Hall Candidate Forum for the public to hear from candidates for the Carroll ISD Board of Trustees.
Former City of Southlake Public Works employee Bill Hollings was named a Star of Texas recipient by Governor Greg Abbott.
The proposed operating budget totals $104.6 million and includes a 1.5 cent tax rate decrease, reducing the total rate to $0.390. The tax rate reduction means a revenue reduction to the City of $1.23 million.
Research shows that the most reliable predictor of school success is being read to during early childhood. Reading to children from an early age can help close the vocabulary gap and prepare children to enter kindergarten with the skills they need to succ...