Grant funding will assist veterans

The Texas Veterans Commission awarded a grant providing direct services to North Texas veterans and their families. The City of Fort Worth applied for and was awarded $600,000. Of that total, $300,000 is for general assistance and $300,000 for home modifications. The general assistance funds benefit the Forward Home Veteran Assistance Program, through which Fort […]

Applications Now Open for 2019-2020 District Committees

The Carroll School Board invites interested parents and taxpayers to volunteer their time and expertise on several Board Advisory Committees, including the School Health Advisory Council (SHAC), the District Advisory Committee, Campus Site-Based Decision-Making Committees and more. Completed applications must be returned to the Superintendent’s Office, 2400 N. Carroll Avenue, by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, […]

Seven reasons Bicentennial Park was voted 2019’s Best Park in Northeast Tarrant County.

The readers of Living Magazine recently voted Southlake’s Premiere Bicentennial Park, 2019’s Best Park in Northeast Tarrant County. Bicentennial Park is one of Southlake’s largest parks and is home to more than 17 features including The Marq Southlake. Here are seven reasons why WE think Bicentennial Park is the Best Park in Northeast Tarrant County. […]

Successes, further recommendations documented in 18-month follow-up to Economic Development Strategic Plan

The City of Fort Worth released its first Economic Development Strategic Plan — which focused on establishing the city’s competitive edge, becoming a hub for creative business and ensuring the vitality of its community — in December 2017. Eighteen months later, the steps that the city has taken since then are starting to bear fruit. […]

CISD Hosts Campus Curriculum Nights

Carroll ISD Campuses will be hosting their curriculum nights over the next few weeks. These events give parents the opportunity to visit their student’s classroom and learn a little more about the different areas their student will be studying this year. Please note that the times for Curriculum Nights for Rockenbaugh Elementary have changed from […]

Proposed FY 2020 Budget Offers Largest Tax Rate Reduction in over 25 Years and Keeps the Promise to Continuously Improve Southlake

City Manager Shana Yelverton has filed the proposed FY 2020 Budget for City Council consideration. The proposed budget totals $104.8 million dollars. This includes a 3.7 cent tax rate reduction, the largest in more than 25 years. Southlake’s 20% homestead exemption offers homeowners an equivalent tax rate of .328 cents for the average valued Southlake […]

Lady Dragon Volleyball Season is Underway

School just started today, but the Lady Dragon Volleyball team has been putting in work for the past few weeks to prepare for the long season ahead. The Lady Dragons wrapped up the Northwest ISD tournament on Saturday, August 17 by earning the championship in the consolation bracket with a 2-0 victory over Hebron. This […]