Monday, July 4, 2022

Inclement Weather Update: City Closures and Cancelations

Due to inclement weather, all Wednesday (2/23) evening City events, programs, and meetings are canceled. All City offices, including The Marq Southlake and the Southlake Public Library, will close at 5:00 p.m.

City offices, including the Southlake Public Library, the Bob Jones Nature Center, and the Tennis Center, will be closed Thursday (2/24). The City will re-evaluate tomorrow morning to determine if conditions will allow Champions Club at The Marq to re-open in the afternoon.

We encourage residents to use the City’s e-services to access additional information and quick links. In addition, city staff will be available to answer questions from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please call 817-748-8400.

The City’s Building Inspection Division will not schedule or conduct any on-site inspections on Thursday, 2/24. However, virtual water heater replacement and HVAC inspections will still be available. If you have an inspection scheduled for Thursday, 2/24, the Building Inspections Division will be contacting you to reschedule. For questions about virtual inspections, please visit the Building Inspections webpage, Customer Self-Service webpage, or call 817-748-8236 or 817-748-8237.

Emergency services will not be affected by the closures.

FAQs

  • What is the status of trash and recycling services?
    All trash and recycling collections are canceled for tomorrow. Residential collections will be picked up on the next service day. (Monday, February 28 for trash, Thursday, March 3 for recycling).

 

  • Where can I find traffic updates?

If you must travel, please check road conditions on the Southlake Mobility Facebook page, local media outlets, and the Texas Department of Transportation’s Drive Texas website.

  • How do I report a power outage?

Track and report electricity outages online. For Oncor, visit  https://stormcenter.oncor.com/. For Tri-County – https://oms.tcectexas.com/.

Stay Up to Date

Stay up to date on city closures and weather via the City of Southlake’s Facebook page or the Winter Weather webpage on www.ProtectSouthlake.com. In addition, you can sign up for Alert Southlake to receive emergency alerts and notifications.