07/21/2024 IMPORTANT UPDATE - The North White Chapel – Kirkwood Branch Bridge beam delivery has been postponed. Due to the weather, we must reschedule the delivery of the ten massive support beams for our new 200 ft. bridge. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding. Stay tuned for updates on the new delivery date. We’ll keep you informed as soon as we have more information.

07/18/2024 - We are just a few days away from a major milestone in the North White Chapel—Kirkwood Branch Bridge Replacement project! Starting next Monday, contractors will deliver TEN enormous support beams for our new 200-foot bridge. Each beam is 100 feet long—just over the length of a basketball court—and weighs 41 tons!

Weather permitting, contractors will make the initial delivery of five beams to the south side of the project. The trucks carrying the beams will travel through the North White Chapel/State Highway 114 intersection. Once beam delivery and installation are complete, they will deliver and install the remaining five beams on the north side of the project. Rush hour traffic will be avoided where possible.

Deliveries will occur during daylight hours to ensure visibility and safety, and Southlake DPS will oversee the routes to make sure everything goes smoothly. We are closely monitoring the weather forecast as well. Please note that there will be intermittent intersection closures while drivers are taking the beams through the designated route.  Check out the graphic below for delivery route details.

Map of the city indicating where delivery routes are for upcoming construction

Stay informed, plan your travel, and watch this page and our website for more updates as we get closer to the big day! For more detailed info on the beam delivery, visit the North White Chapel webpage.

New year, more projects! The Southlake Mobility Team is working to make getting you from place to place better!

These projects include repaving roads, repairing potholes and full reconstruction.

Projects are as follows:

Road Construction Projects 2021 

Brookwood Lane, Hillcastle and Raintree Spring 2021
Briar Lane and Hilltop Drive Spring 2021
Hillside Court Spring 2021
Simmons Court Summer 2021
Tarrant County ILA – N. Carroll (SH114 to Burney) Summer 2021


Maintaining the City’s mobility network has always been a top priority. These improvements will provide safer commutes and improve overall mobility in Southlake.

For more information, including updates, follow the Southlake Mobility Facebook page or visit www.ConnectSouthlake.com.

Quality infrastructure is the foundation of a strong, healthy and vibrant community. As Southlake continues to grow, so will the need for infrastructure access, maintenance and replacement.

Over the last few months, contractors have been onsite at the Fuel Farm located by Brumlow Avenue and SH 26 for the Fuel Farm Water Extension Capital Improvement Project. The purpose of this project is to extend the existing water main, which ends at Brumlow Avenue, to loop back around to South Kimball traveling through the Fuel Farm industrial area.

These improvements will eliminate the existing dead-end mains by connecting the existing infrastructure with new infrastructure. It will also help improve water quality with better circulation in the water system, as well as provide additional fire protection in the event of an emergency.

Contractors have completed the water line improvements along Brumlow Avenue and additional water line improvements will occur on the Fuel Farm property.

The estimated cost of this project is $1.3 million with an expected completion date of April 2021.

Learn more about this and other CIP projects on our Capital Improvement Projects webpage.

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