Did you know that the City of Southlake has a total of nine social media pages?
We have social media accounts dedicated to the information you want to know, from mobility to events!
If you have not followed or checked out one of our pages, click the links below and follow us! While you’re at it, check out the favorite social media posts for 2020.
The ‘I Believe in Southlake’ mural became an instant photo op sensation. The lighthearted artwork is just what the City ordered. It brings together the community and celebrates Southlake’s history and public art. The one-of-a-kind display is designed by Southlake employee Missy Saunders the graphic design coordinator for the Office of Marketing and Communication
The City takes extensive safety measures when operating equipment, which is why slide testing takes place every day at Champions Club. Staff gave an inside look on how testing is completed using pumpkins.
When it comes to Thanksgiving floats, we had the best, and it was for a good cause. Fire and Police Department employees were presented as fictitious floats in a renowned Thanksgiving parade to bring awareness to the City’s toy drive.
Our team created fun filled activities for our little ones at home. How to Host a Tea Party was fun and engaging entertainment.
Legends Hall at The Marq Southlake has made a name for itself for being the place for weddings and events. In this this social post, newlyweds Janki and Yash share their beautiful wedding and give us an inside look at the customer experience. (Wedding filmed in 2019)
You can always count on creativity when the Southlake Public Library gets involved. Their 2020 summer post was inspired by the Metropolitan Museum of Art #MetMaskChallenge. Staff members designed their own face masks inspired by works of art from the museum’s website.
Select Southlake is a great resource for businesses in Southlake. They recently launched the Southlake Business Relief Grant Program to provide relief for local business owners.
The Southlake Sidewalks & Trails video highlights all of Southlake’s sidewalks and trails. The bird’s eye view illustrates the landscape of the community and gives visitors a snapshot of Southlake mobility.
While there are many reasons to visit Southlake, a hotel opening is always a celebratory occasion. Not only did the Delta Hotel by Marriott Dallas Southlake open their doors into the public, but they did so during challenging circumstances. This is truly a noteworthy occasion!