The Southlake City Council will hold a special virtual meeting on March 23, 2020, starting at 5:30 pm.
The short meeting agenda will consist of the following items:
The special meeting is being held in compliance with Governor Greg Abbott’s action that allows telephonic or videoconference meetings of governmental bodies that are accessible to the public, yet reduce in-person interaction and encourage social distancing. The consideration to delay Southlake’s General and Bond Elections is based on Governor Abbott’s proclamation allowing political subdivisions to move their general and special elections to the next uniform election date, November 3, 2020.
To review the meeting agenda, please visit https://www.cityofsouthlake.com/AgendaCenter.
Watch the Meeting
If you just want to watch online, visit www.CityofSouthlake.com/VOD, and scroll down to the live feed. Once concluded, it will post to the City’s on-demand video player no later than Monday morning (3/24).
For those who want to participate during the meeting, you must first register with the City starting 90 minutes (4:00 pm) before the 5:30 pm start time. Participation instructions will be sent to the email provided. Please note that at the time of registration participants will be held in a queue until the meeting starts. Please also allow for possible lag time at your location if connection speeds are slow.
The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation is frequently changing. The City of Southlake is committed to working with our residents and businesses as this unprecedented situation unfolds. For the latest City news and information, visit www.ProtectSouthlake.com, Mayor Laura Hill’s Facebook page, and the City’s Facebook pages
UPDATE: The Southlake City Council has voted to participate in the Denton County aerial mosquito spraying program. Look for further updates tomorrow on My Southlake News and CityofSouthlake.com.
The Southlake City Council will hold a special meeting and public hearing at 5:00 p.m., Monday, August 27th to consider participation in the Denton County aerial mosquito spraying program. The action is being considered in response to Denton County’s West Nile Virus Health Emergency and as a way to help eradicate the mosquito population.
The option was made available to Southlake since the City straddles both Tarrant and Denton Counties.
Staff from the Denton County Health Department as well as the City of Southlake will be presenting information for the Council’s and the public’s consideration. The public is invited to speak at the public hearing.
For more information, about aerial spraying and the West Nile Virus, please go to www.CityofSouthlake.com/WestNileVirus.