Saturday, May 28, 2022

City of Southlake Facilities Reopen Friday, 2-25

All City of Southlake facilities, including Champions Club at The Marq, will reopen for regular business hours on Friday, 2/25.

Trash and Recycling

Residential trash and recycling routes resume their routine schedule on Friday (2/25). For those who missed collection earlier this week, please place your trash and recycling out on your next regularly scheduled collection day. For more information, please visit CityofSouthlake.com/TrashandRecycling.

Road Treatment/Mobility

Road treatments started early Thursday morning in key areas throughout Southlake. As our crews continue to treat the roads and then begin the clean-up, please give them plenty of room to do their job. Look for the latest updates on www.ProtectSouthlake.com and the City’s social media channels.

E-Services

As always, we encourage residents to use the City’s e-services to access the City’s online offerings and quick links. If you have questions, call us during regular business hours at 817-748-8400.

Stay Up to Date
Stay up to date via the City of Southlake’s Facebook page or the Winter Weather webpage on ProtectSouthlake.com.

The City of Southlake Facilities Ready to Reopen

With the recent winter storm in our rearview mirror, the City is focusing on reopening.

The Marq Champions Club and the Southlake Public Library reopen Saturday, 2/5 at 10 a.m. The Library closes at 6:00 p.m., and Champions Club closes at 8 p.m.

On Sunday, 2/6, Champions Club is open for regular business hours, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. In addition, the Tennis Center will reopen on Sunday for normal business hours, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

All City offices, including The Marq Champions Club and Legends Hall, the Senior Activity Center, the Southlake Public Library, the Bob Jones Nature Center, and the Tennis Center, will resume normal operations on Monday 2/7.

Hours are as follows:

Saturday, February 5

  • The Marq Champions Club 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
  • Southlake Public Library, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Southlake Spring Festival and Lantern Walk postponed to February 12.

Sunday, February 6

  • Champions Club, 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
  • Tennis Center 10 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  • The Southlake Library is closed on Sundays

Monday, February 7

  • All City Offices – regular business hours.

Road Treatment /Mobility
For the past 36 hours, the City has treated key roads with sand and removed snow in others. So if you see our crews out, please make sure to give them plenty of room. Also, starting next week, their focus will be on clean-up. Look for the latest updates on www.ProtectSouthlake.com and the City’s social media channels.

Trash and Recycling
Residential trash and recycling routes will resume regular schedule on Monday (2/7). Please place your trash and recycling out on your regularly scheduled collection day. Due to anticipated higher volumes, brush and bulk collection will be delayed to the second collection of the week either on Thursday (2/10) or Friday (2/11). For more information, please visit CityofSouthlake.com/TrashandRecycling.

Stay Up to Date
Stay up to date via the City of Southlake’s Facebook page or the Winter Weather webpage on ProtectSouthlake.com.

Winter Weather Alert: City Closures and Cancelations for February 4

Due to inclement weather, all City offices, including The Marq Champions Club and Legends Hall, the Senior Activity Center, the Southlake Public Library, the Bob Jones Nature Center, and the Tennis Center, will be closed Friday, February 4, 2022. Emergency services are not affected by the closures.

We encourage residents to use the City’s e-services to access additional information and quick links. If you have questions, call us at (817) 748-8400 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The City’s Building Inspection Division will not schedule or conduct any on-site inspections, but virtual water heater replacement and HVAC inspections will still be available. For questions about virtual inspections, please visit the Building Inspections webpage, Customer Self-Service webpage, or call 817-748-8236 or 817-748-8237.

Canceled or Postponed Programs and Events

  • Recreation and athletic programs, February 4
  • Southlake Spring Festival and Lantern Walk, February 5, postponed to February 12.

Road Treatment /Mobility

The City has begun treating its key areas with snow removal and sanding. Please make sure to give our crews and contractors plenty of room, and continue to use caution in these areas as road conditions may change.

If you must travel, please check road conditions on the Southlake Mobility Facebook page, local media outlets, and the Texas Department of Transportation’s Drive Texas website.

Utilities

Track and report electricity outages online. For Oncor, visit  https://stormcenter.oncor.com/. For Tri-County – https://oms.tcectexas.com/.

Trash and Recycling

Republic Services will suspend collection services for Friday, February 4. Republic will resume residential and commercial trash and recycling pickup on the next scheduled collection day. For residential collection, Thursday, February 3 trash collection will be picked up on Monday, February 7, and Thursday, February 3 recycling collection will be picked up on Thursday, February 10. Friday’s residential trash collection, February 4, will be picked up on Tuesday, February 8, and the recycling collection will be Friday, February 11. To accommodate higher trash volume, Republic will assign additional crews to work on Monday, February 7, and Tuesday, February 8.

We will communicate any updates from Republic on changes to the schedule through social media, www.ProtectSouthlake.com, and MySouthlakeNews.com.

Stay Up to Date

Stay up to date on city closures and weather via the City of Southlake’s Facebook page or the Winter Weather webpage on ProtectSouthlake.com. You can also text PROTECTSLK to 888777 or sign up for Alert Southlake to receive emergency alerts and notifications.

City Prepares to Offer Warming Center

City staff has been hard at work preparing for the pending winter weather. One of the many ways in which we are ready to continue serving the community throughout the winter weather event is by preparing to open a warming center, should it be needed.

Although the effects of this storm are not expected to reach the levels of impact Winter Storm Uri did last year, city staff will be monitoring conditions around the clock; should there be significant effects such as wide-spread and long-power outages, we are fully prepared to open a warming center for public use.

More details will be announced if or when the warming center is opened however, one main change from last year will be the location. If opened, the location of the Southlake warming center will be at the Southlake West DPS Facility – 2100 W Southlake Blvd. Southlake, TX 76092.

To remain informed with all of the latest information regarding this event please visit www.protectsouthlake.com, and remember “opt-in” to Alert Southlake to receive emergency notification via text, phone call, or email from the City if you have not already done so.

Stay safe and stay warm Southlake!