Here is the last information on City of Southlake program and meeting cancelations:
Parks and Recreation Programs
Southlake Water System Update
The City of Southlake has received bottled water from the State of Texas for distribution to Southlake residents during the boil order on Friday, February 19. One case of bottled water is available per Southlake resident household, while supplies last. COVID-19 protocols are in place. Please stay in your vehicle and open your trunk/hatchback and volunteers will load the water into your vehicle.
Location: Gateway Church
Date: Friday, February 19
Time: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. (or while supplies last)
Water has been steadily coming into our system throughout the night. While our tanks are beginning to fill up, an exact timeline of when the water will reach every home is unclear. We are much closer to achieving this goal than we were yesterday morning.
We’ve heard that some of you have a little water coming out of your faucets. If that is the case, that is good news. But, be sure to conserve, using water only for necessities. It helps replenish the system and our homes and businesses that much faster.
Don’t forget that we are under a boil water notice and that any water that you or your pets are going to consume must be boiled first.
Tri-County Electric posted to their Facebook page that most members have had their power restored. ERCOT still lists the grid at Level 3 Alert, but the load shed requirements remain at zero. Tri-County Electric has requested members who are experiencing an outage of more than three hours to report it online at oms.tcectexas.com, through the member app TCEC Connect or by calling 817-444-3201. Tri-County prefers notification through the website or app because it is faster.
Oncor posted the press release from ERCOT to their social media channels, stating that significant progress was made to restoring outages, but some people around the state still do not have power. ERCOT states there is not additional load shed requirements for the grid, but that some level of rotating outages may be needed over the coming days.
Please visit our winter weather page on www.ProtectSouthlake.com, the City of Southlake Facebook Page, and the Southlake DPS Facebook page for the latest information.