Monday, December 4, 2023

Cancelations and Updates for Wednesday, February 17

With another round of winter weather expected to arrive tonight and frigid temperatures to continue for the rest of the week, here is the last information on City of Southlake program and meeting cancelations: 



  • All City facilities will be closed on Wednesday, February 17. Residents are encouraged to utilize City e-services or contact the City by phone or form. 
  • Republic Services has suspended its services for Wednesday, February 17. They will assess again on Wednesday to determine when it is safe to resume service. 
  • Tonight’s City Council meeting is postponed until February 23. All agenda items and public hearings scheduled for tonight’s meeting will be heard February 23. 
  • The City’s Building Inspection Division will not be scheduling or conducting any on-site inspections on Wednesday, February 17. Virtual inspections for water heater replacement and HVAC will still be available. For updates on building inspection statuses, please visit the Building Inspections webpage or Customer Self-Service webpage. For questions, please call 817-748-8236 or 817-748-8237 during regular business hours. The department will be continuously monitoring weather conditions to determine when on-site building inspections can resume. 
  • Southlake Municipal Court is canceling all virtual court sessions on Wednesday, February 17. 


Parks and Recreation Programs 

  • All parks and recreation programs have been canceled for the rest of the week. 
  • The Tennis Center will be closed for the rest of the week. 
  • Bob Jones Nature Center Forest Pre-School canceled for the rest of the week. 


Electric Outage 

Tri-County Electric has requested members who are experiencing an outage of more than three hours to report it online at oms.tcectexas.comthrough 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 has stated that they have continued to be directed to drop the power load to the grid through maintained, controlled outages. They were able to rotate some outages overnight. However, poor grid conditions have prevented them from rotating or rolling, leading to extended periods without power. Per Oncor, ERCOT is unable to predict when the grid will stabilize. They ask that you do not report outages at this time. 


Please visit our winter weather page on www.ProtectSouthlake.comthe  City of Southlake Facebook Page, and the Southlake DPS Facebook page for the latest information.