Monday, September 27, 2021

Put Green in Your Routine with the Street Tree Program

Through the annual Street Tree Program, Southlake residents are able to purchase a tree for half price, and the City will cover the remaining costs.
The following four (4) varieties of trees are available through the program: Chinese Pistache, Lacebark Elm, Live Oak and Shumard Oak. Trees will be planted in designated locations in late winter/early spring. View the 2015 Street Tree Program Brochure for more information.

Only one tree per Southlake household can be purchased. There are limited quantities of trees available, so be sure to order yours now! Orders can be placed online at www.SouthlakeParksandRec.com, in person at the Community Services Department located at 1400 Main St, Suite 210 or by mail. Order forms are available online or at the Community Services offices.  Trees can be purchased October 1st – December 31st.

To find out more about the City’s Street Tree Program and other Keep Southlake Beautiful initiatives, visit our website at www.CityofSouthlake.com/KSB or call (817) 748-8019.

Volunteers Make a Difference at Southlake's Great American Cleanup

On Saturday, April 11, 2015, the City’s Keep Southlake Beautiful program hosted Southlake’s 2015 Great American Cleanup. Volunteers came together to pull weeds, spread mulch and  spruce up Liberty Gardens – students from area schools banded together to spread approximately 80 bags of mulch!

Southlake’s Liberty Gardens was initiated through Keep America Beautiful and local affiliate Keep Southlake Beautiful (KSB) in an effort to create a positive destination within the community to commemorate the tragic events of September 11, 2001. The park road granting access to the garden has been closed due to construction in Bicentennial Park – construction is scheduled to wrap-up sometime this summer and the road will then be re-opened.

Cassie Tucker with the City of Southlake said, “The Great American Cleanup is one of the nation’s largest annual community improvement initiatives. Communities across America are participating, and the program engages over 2 million volunteers. The City of Southlake is a proud partner of Keep America Beautiful, and we hope the day of service not only improved Liberty Garden, but also gave an opportunity for students to make a difference in the community.”

The Great American Cleanup is held annually in the spring. If you are interested in volunteering at the next cleanup, please visit: www.cityofsouthlake.com/ksb for information.

Great American Cleanup 2015

Volunteers came together on April 11, 2015 to help make Southlake’s Liberty Gardens in Bicentennial Park more beautiful! – as part of the nationwide Great American Cleanup!

 

Put Green in Your Routine with the Street Tree Program

street treeThrough the annual Street Tree Program, Southlake residents are able to purchase a tree for half price, and the City will cover the remaining costs.

The following four (4) varieties of trees are available through the program: Chinese Pistache, Lacebark Elm, Live Oak and Shumard Oak. Trees will be planted in designated locations in late winter/early spring. View the 2014 Street Tree Program Brochure for more information.

Only one tree per Southlake household can be purchased. There are limited quantities of trees available, so be sure to order yours now! Orders can be placed online at www.SouthlakeParksandRec.com, in person at the Community Services Department located at 1400 Main St, Suite 210 or by mail. Order forms are available online or at the Community Services offices.  Trees can be purchased October 1st – December 31st.

To find out more about the City’s Street Tree Program and other Keep Southlake Beautiful initiatives, visit our website at www.CityofSouthlake.com/KSB or call (817) 748-8019.

City of Southlake & Volunteers Team Up for Great American Cleanup

KSBlogoOn Saturday, May 17th, the City of Southlake hosted Southlake’s 2014 Great American Cleanup workday, a local extension of Keep America Beautiful’s nationwide Great American Cleanup initiative.

One hundred Southlake residents- including teens and children- teamed up with members of the Southlake congregation of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints for a four-hour workday pulling weeds, picking up trash, and putting down mulch on the trails at Bob Jones Park.

Cassie Holtz with the City of Southlake said, “The Great American Cleanup is one of the nation’s largest community improvement initiatives.  Millions of volunteers come together for this annual event to cleanup and beautify their communities.  The City of Southlake is proud to partner with all of the volunteers who came out for the day.  We hope this day of service not only improved Bob Jones Park, but also provided an opportunity for families to make difference in the community.”

The Great American Cleanup is held annualy in the spring. If you are interested in volunteering at the next cleanup, please visit www.CityofSouthlake.com/ksb for information.

Put Green in Your Routine with the Street Tree Program

Keep Southlake Beautiful has represented Southlake for 20 years through with environmental programs. Through the annual Street Tree Program, Southlake residents are able to purchase a tree for half price, and the City will cover the remaining costs.

The following four (4) varieties of trees are available through the program: Chinese Pistache, Lacebark Elm, Live Oak and Shumard Oak. Trees will be planted in designated locations in late winter/early spring.

Only one tree per Southlake household can be purchased. There are limited quantities of trees available, so be sure to order yours now! Print the order form online and bring it to the Southlake Community Services Department located at 1400 Main St, Suite 210. You may also send it by mail (1400 Main St, Suite 210, Southlake, TX 76092).  Trees can be purchased until December 31st.

To find out more about the City’s Street Tree Program and other Keep Southlake Beautiful initiatives, visit our website at  www.cityofsouthlake.com/ksb.