The City is aware of a positive COVID-19 test for a City of Southlake employee.
Tarrant County is following established procedures to trace any contact this employee might have had with others. The City is aware that this field employee had no contact with the public at work. They self-isolated early last week. In the interest of the employee’s privacy, this is the only publicly releasable information.
If you have COVID-19 questions, contact the Tarrant County COVID-19 hotline at (817) 248-6299. For the Tarrant County case status by city updates, click here. If you live in Denton County, please contact the Denton County Public Health Department. Their hotline number is (940) 349-2585 for community members seeking additional information. The call center is open weekdays, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation is frequently changing. The City of Southlake is committed to working with our residents and businesses as this unprecedented situation unfolds. We continue to encourage everyone to make the best possible decisions by following expert guidance and advice, reducing the risk of being infected or infecting others, and staying up-to-date about the latest information.
We continue to encourage everyone to make the best possible decisions by following expert guidance and advice, reducing the risk of being infected or infecting others, and staying up-to-date about the latest information.
To help you stay informed as this situation evolves, the City of Southlake has created an information page, www.ProtectSouthlake.com, that provides a centralized place for Southlake news and resources. It also contains links to the COVID-19 pages located on county, state, and federal sites.
For mobile phone text message updates from the City, type PROTECTSLK to 888-777. Be sure to follow Mayor Hill’s Facebook page and the City’s Facebook page for the latest City news and to stay connected with us and each other.