Due to a system upgrade, the Customer Self-Service portal, the online system used for water payments and to request building inspections, will be offline beginning Thursday, December 2 through Sunday, December 5. The system is expected to be back up on Monday, December 6.
We apologize for the temporary inconvenience while we work on innovative ways to make our service better!
During this time, users will be unable to use the water payment portal or the EnerGov portal used to request building inspections. This upgrade is expected to make the software faster and easier to use.
If you need to make a water payment during this time, please mail your payment, come to the Southlake Water Utilities Office located in Town Hall, or use the after-hours drop box located in the breezeway between Origins and L’Occitane. Payments over the phone are not currently accepted by the office.
Due to the timing of the outage with the December 5 water payment due date, the 10% late fee will not be assessed for late payments. For questions about payments, please call Southlake Water Utilities at 817-748-8051.
If you need a building inspection during this time, please call the Building Inspections Office at 817-748-8236 or 817-748-8237. Please have your permit number, address, inspection type and other relevant information available when you call.
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As we’re all practicing social distancing, the City of Southlake wants to remind you that we’re here for you!
You can still access us online. Pay your water bill, request an inspection, apply for a permit or read an ebook, all from the comfort of your own home.
To make it easy, we’ve created a web listing with links to all our online services that can be found here.
To help you find the latest news and resources on the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, visit www.ProtectSouthlake.com. Bookmark this page for easy, quick access to the information you need and stay on top of how the City is responding.