Southlake Police Welcome Two Lateral Officers to the Department

The Southlake Police Department recently welcomed two new lateral transfers to the streets of our fair city.

Officer Whit Boyd came from the Fort Worth Police Department, where he served for 27 years.  He had retired from FWPD but wasn’t ready to stop working altogether.  He spent the final years at Fort Worth as a lieutenant and missed the one on one interactions with the community.  One of Officer Boyd’s good police friends was hired by Southlake, and they spoke at length about the excellent leadership and professionalism.  He was pleasantly surprised when he interacted with Human Resources and saw how genuinely friendly they were, and figured if the rest of the City worked like that, he’d made a great choice.

“I’ve been at this (policing) a while,” Officer Boyd said.  “I’ve seen extreme bravery and sacrifice by the officers I’ve been privileged to work with.  This business is all about a calling to service and selflessness.  There is no finer life than service to others and I’m thrilled to bring my experience to Southlake.”

Officer Daniel Moody came to Southlake from the Bowie Police Department, where he served for four years.  When he was younger, he worked as a newspaper carrier and he got to know and respect the local police officers on his route.  He joined the Explorer’s Program at the Wise County Sheriff’s Office and fell in love with the profession.  He then put himself through the Weatherford Police Academy and was later hired by Bowie.

“I love the opportunity to get to know my community and help build and improve it,” he said.  “I love that I get to meet so many people and possibly make a difference in their lives.”

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Experience Community and Culture at Celebrate Southlake 2019!

Join us for a special community dinner followed by cultural performances and activities at Celebrate Southlake 2019!

Invite your friends and neighbors as this will be a memorable evening for our City. The Community Dinner and Celebrate Southlake activities all take place at the Legends Hall at the Marq promenade and Aria Amphitheater located at 285 Shady Oaks Drive.

5:00pm: Celebrate Southlake Community Dinner
It will be a special opportunity to get to know your neighbors while breaking bread together. A variety of local cultural cuisines, including Chiloso, Spicy Pot and Hoang Noodle, will be available for purchase. There will be plenty of seating at a community farm table or you may also bring blankets and chairs to create a picnic on the lawn.

6:00-9:00pm: Celebrate Southlake Cultural Performances and Activities
Following the dinner, continue to celebrate Southlake from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. through cultural performances and activities. Cultural food will still be available during this time. Entertainment includes: Chinese dancers, a Japanese orchestra, Indian dancers, Spanish Flamenco dancers, and much more!  Kids and adults will enjoy lawn games and various interactive cultural activities.

Be sure to stop by the Mayor’s Alliance of Community and Culture area to learn more about their mission and to join the conversation.

For more information, please visit www.ExperienceSouthlakeTexas.com/CelebrateSouthlake or give us a call at (817) 748-8019.

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Southlake Sister Cities to Provide Partial Scholarships

Southlake Sister Cities is proud to provide partial scholarships to five current 6th-8th graders to attend the Fort Worth Jr. International Leadership Academy (JILA).

JILA is a dynamic week-long summer leadership program specifically designed for middle school students to meet and interact with other Fort Worth middle school students and university students from other sister cities while studying international cultures in a creative, fun and educational environment. JILA will be held the week of July 8-12 (weekdays only). Southlake Sister Cities is providing a 50 percent scholarship for the students selected. The cost of the camp is $325 making the Southlake Sister Cities scholarship student’s cost $165 to attend.

FORT WORTH JR. INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP ACADEMY

Trip Dates: July 8 – June 12, 2019
Application Deadline: April 6, 2019
Eligibility: Middle school students completing grades 6-8
Cost: $165 for students receiving a scholarship from SSC / $325 for all other applicants

For 2019 information and application please CLICK here.

Sister Cities International is a non-profit organization whose mission is to “promote peace through mutual respect, understanding, and cooperation, one individual, one community at a time.”

For more information about the Southlake Sister Cities or the JILA application process, please contact Katy Hintze.

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Exciting New Preschool Programs Coming to Southlake Parks and Recreation This Spring

Our preschool programs are designed to help young children develop their gross and fine motor skills, learn something new and have fun with friends in a safe and supportive environment.

Whether your little one loves sports or music, science or dance, we’ve got the perfect program for you! You can register for all of the following programs through our online portal. If you would like more information, please call Southlake Parks and Recreation at (817) 748-8019.

MusicMakers for Toddlers and Preschoolers

Journey into the world of music-making as your child explores a variety of instruments including sticks, shakers, drums, bells and tambourines.
Ages: 18 Months to 4 Years
April Dates: April 8–29 (Mondays) & April 16–23 (Tuesdays)
May Dates: May 6–27 (Mondays) & May 7–28 (Tuesdays)
Learn more and register

Creative Movements for Parent and Me

This program helps children develop gross motor skills and music appreciation through various song and dance activities. Adults are encouraged to participate too, so be sure to wear clothes you can move in!
Ages: 18 Months to 4 Years
Dates: April 12–26
Learn more and register

Bricks 4 Kidz: Jr. Engineers!

This S.T.E.M.-based preschool program offers eight weeks of learning and fun! Each class includes an engaging lesson followed by a 3D building activity using Lego Duplo bricks.
Ages: 3–5
Dates: April 9 – May 21
Learn more and register

Tap and Ballet for Preschoolers

Designed with preschoolers in mind, these classes introduce kids to the basics of ballet and tap. Instructors focus on helping little dancers develop rhythm, coordination and self-esteem.
Ages: 3–5
April Dates: April 12–26
May Dates: May 3–10
Learn more and register

Tumbling for Tots & Sporties for Shorties

This program teaches the fundamentals of gymnastics on a floor mat, helping little gymnasts develop flexibility and strength.
Ages: 3–5
April Dates: April 12–26
May Dates: May 3–May 10
Learn more and register

Skyhawks Mini-Hawk Multi-Sport Clinics

These skills-based clinics introduce preschoolers to a variety of sports in one setting, teaching them the rules and essentials of each sport through fun games and activities.
Ages: 3–4
Dates: April 11 – May 30
Learn more and register

Two kids holding soccer ballsSoccerTots

SoccerTots uses kid-friendly games and drills to teach young children fundamental soccer skills. Instructor-to-student ratio is kept small to encourage individual growth.
Ages: 3–4 and 5–6
Dates: April 12 – May 31
Learn more and register

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March 2019: Southlake Business Spotlight: The Old Nocona Boot Factory

The Old Nocona Boot Factory is the featured business for March’s Southlake Business Spotlight.

The Old Nocona Boot Factory is the original factory building built by Miss Enid Justin in the town of Nocona, Texas in 1948.

The town’s history goes back to when the Justin family moved to Nocona, Texas in 1889 to build boots for cowboys on the Chisholm Trail from Texas to Kansas.

Now, in its century-plus history of leather craftsmanship, Nocona, Texas has been known as the “Leather Capitol of North America,” housing Justin Boots, Nocona Boots and Nocona Ball gloves.

They have revived that American spirit of determination by restoring the old factory building back to glory and bringing boots back to Nocona, Texas. Join them at the Southlake store to honor cowboy tradition, Texas history and American craftsmanship!

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Southlake Police Officers Graduate from ILEA Academy School

On February 22nd, 2019, five members of the Southlake Police Department graduated from the School for Police Supervision held by the Institute for Law Enforcement Administration (ILEA).  The school was taught here in Southlake from January 28th to February 22nd at the North Police Station and four police officers and one civilian attended.

Courses covered topics ranging from leadership and supervisory accountability, motivation and counseling, community policing and procedural justice.  Attendance can count towards undergraduate credits from Tarleton State University and attendees can earn 120 hours of Texas Commission on Law Enforcement credit.

The Southlake Police Department was represented by K-9 Officer Nate Anderson, Detective Josh Ellis, Officer Myles Jenkins, Officer Micah Davis, and Police Records Manager Sarah Blum.

“I’m very proud of the dedication and hard work these employees put into the school,” Chief Brandon said.  “This was a huge commitment for them as they work to become the next great leaders of the department.”

About the Institute for Law Enforcement Administration (ILEA):
As one of the premier educational organizations for law enforcement executives, managers and supervisors, ILEA provides top-quality, academically-based courses, seminars and workshops across the U.S. and internationally to prepare law enforcement officials for today’s challenging management and ethical issues. ILEA is a division of the Center for American and International Law (CAIL), a non-profit educational organization headquartered in Plano. Texas, that works to improve the quality of justice throughout the U.S. and the world.

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Spring Into Action at the Southlake Library!

The Southlake Library has a variety of great events to keep the kids engaged and entertained over the spring break.

Chalk Art in the Square
March 11 at 10 a.m., Family Park
Let your creativity in the chalky medium shine with Chalk Art in the Square. Get ready to chalk up the sidewalks, play lawn games, bubbles and listen to great tunes. No registration. All ages.

Preschool Animal Show
March 12 at 11:15 a.m., 3rd Floor, Town Hall
Get ready to travel the world and discover animal habitats from multiple continents and ecosystems. There is a surprise waiting at every stop of the Preschool Animal Show. No registration required. Best for ages 2-5.

Fantastic Animals for School-Age Kids
March 12 at 2 p.m., 3rd Floor, Town Hall
Discover animals that possess some out-of-this-world talents at Fantastic Animals. What has a tongue as long as its head? What holds the record for jumping the highest? What in the world is the longest-lived land animal on earth? Visit the Library to discover all the answers! No registration required. Ages 5 and up.

Cool School with Ms. Maria
March 13 at 10:45 a.m., 3rd Floor, Town Hall
Cool School with Ms. Maria is a fun interactive musical program designed especially for kids ages 2-5 years old. No registration required.

Town Square Scavenger Hunt
March 15 at 10 a.m., Town Square
How well do you really know Town Square? Bring your friends and go on an adventure searching for hidden messages and treats at the Town Square Scavenger Hunt. All ages welcome.

For more information, please contact the Southlake Library at 817-748-8243.

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Central Market Southlake To Add Curbside Grocery Pick-up

Foodies will soon get a faster fix at Central Market in Southlake. The gourmet grocer will add curbside pick-up services in late 2019, having received unanimous Southlake City Council approval in January.

Located in the Shops of Southlake retail center, the supermarket chain specializes in gourmet, organic and craft food and beverages—everything from house-made salads sold by the pound to fresh meats and produce, imported coffee beans and locally brewed beers. Texas-based HEB grocer owns Central Market, which has other locations in Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Plano and San Antonio. Currently, the Fort Worth location is the only Central Market to offer curbside pick-up.

The Southlake location has plans to create eight designated parking spaces adjacent to its current store, expanding the operation into what is currently occupied by Toy Maven, a toy store that will move to another retail space within the Shops of Southlake. Curbside pick-up services are set to begin in Southlake in late 2019, just in time for increased grocery shopping during the holiday season.

Once the curbside service starts, customers can order on CentralMarket.com, select the Southlake location and a pick-up time, and park in a designated curbside parking space. A Central Market partner will then load the groceries. The cost to reserve a pick-up time is $4.95 and a 3% personal shopping fee is applied to all orders.

Central Market joins several other food retailers in adding more convenient ways to shop for groceries. Kroger in Southlake already offers curbside pick-up and Costco in Southlake allows customers to order online and pick-up eligible items in-store. With the addition of Central Market’s curbside pick-up, making a quick stop for groceries will be simpler in Southlake.

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City of Southlake Celebrates Employee Appreciation Week 2019

The City of Southlake is celebrating Employee Appreciation Week 2019! It’s a celebration to honor those who have gone above and beyond to assist residents and other staff while serving at the City. This year’s theme is “Baseball!”

Several employees received the following awards for their outstanding performance: Director’s Award­­­­ ­– a prestigious recognition award that honors employees making a world-class difference every day. The Spirit of Southlake Award – is a brand new award this year, this award honors an employee who exemplifies the Southlake Way every day by being an outstanding employee as well as a team player. The Kristin Pitzinger Customer Service Award – this award is named after the late City employee Kristin Pitzinger, this award honors the employee who exemplifies outstanding customer service. The Southlake Value Awards– these awards recognize employees who exemplify the City values of integrity, innovation, accountability, excellence and teamwork. The City also recognized employees who have served tenure ranging from 5 to 35 years of service. Check out their stories of dedication and service to the City of Southlake and residents.

Directors Award recipients include:  

Administration
Michelle Sunday is the Human Resources Generalist and is the recipient of the Administration Director’s Award. Michelle has worked with the City for more than 11 years. “In that time she truly became the technical expert when it comes to all things HR, payroll, workman’s comp, FMLA Leave and insurance benefits; she is the go-to person when employees need assistance,” said Human Resources Director Stacey Black.  Michelle has processed more than 500 weekly and bi-weekly regular and fire payroll with no errors. “She has a high level of personal accountability for everything she does, her integrity is bar none,” said Black. Michelle works very close with employees when they are going through difficult life experiences and serves as their guide to file the proper paperwork. “What could be cumbersome insurance work becomes a breeze, she does all the hard work and the employees do not have to worry,” said Black. “What makes Michelle special is that she knows that behind each name is a person, a person who is a member of our team.”

Community Services
Parks Supervisor Shane Cloud is the recipient for the Community Services Director’s Award.  Shane was selected because of his consistency in taking care of business the Southlake Way. “He is the go-to guy that’s always willing to go the extra mile, wanting to get it done efficiently and right the first time,” said Director of Community Services Chris Tribble. “Rather it is a special event, making sure contractors are meeting the City’s expectations or making sure our parks remain the envy of the Metroplex, Shane can always be counted on.” Shane has been a member of the Southlake team since 2000 and takes great pride in his team’s work. “I am proud of him because he worked his way up in this organization,” said Tribble, “Our team knows that they can count on Shane to support them and get the job done.”

Finance
Dana Falk is the recipient of the Finance Director’s Award. Dana is the Court Clerk for Teen Court and makes sure everything processes efficiently.  “Dana is very meticulous, she has Teen Court running like a well-oiled machine, she has a knack with identifying gaps and sealing them as she finds them and more importantly Teen Court is running so smoothly to the point on Tuesday evening there is no worry about whether or not things will go well,” said Chief Financial Officer Sharon Jackson. One of Dana’s biggest strengths is that she empathizes with the teens. “She will go above and beyond to assist them to make sure that they can be successful and she just really connects with the participants in the program,” said Jackson.  She is also known for having a great personality and a great sense of humor.  Her commitment to excellence exemplifies the City’s values. It’s not just a job for her, she really makes sure the participants learn from their issues and makes sure it sets them up for success. She will assist teens who have had a tough time with community service, she goes out of her way and makes sure she finds a location that works well for them.

Fire
Fire Lieutenant KJ Van Natta is the recipient of the Fire Department Director’s Award. He installs radios and is a part of the TIFMAS response group and the Apparatus Committee. He inspects all the electrical equipment on new fire trucks, radios and more.  “For years, KJ has gone above and beyond for the Fire Department,” said Fire Chief Mike Starr. “He ensures that we are always up to date on our equipment having the latest and greatest.” Although KJ has exemplified all the City’s values, he is mostly recognized for his level of accountability and his commitment to excellence which he shows on a daily bases. “He is always willing to help,” said Chief Starr. “He saved the City money just in the work he is doing for us and the value he brings to our Department is huge.”  “Part of being a Fireman is ensuring that we provide good quality service so when are out and about in the public, we want to make sure we are giving the customers everything they need,” he continues, “KJ comes to work with a great attitude and is always willing to help, he is a great asset to the City.”  

Police
Detective Thomas Roberson is the recipient of the Police Department Director’s Award.  Detective Roberson goes out of his way to help solve crimes and keep our citizens safe. During 2018, Detective Roberson’s work and attitude served as a great example while he worked both property and persons crimes.  Detective Roberson stood out amongst his peers in many areas, one of which was teamwork. He volunteered for tasks assisting his co-workers in completing evidence submission, report supplements and assisting in interviews in order to help his co-workers bring their cases to a successful conclusion. “He’s known for his dedication, he comes to work every day and gives the citizens of Southlake his all and does it a manner that is quiet and expects nothing in return for it,” said Police Chief James Brandon.

Public Works
Jason Arellano is an Equipment Operator for Public Works and is the recipient of the Public works Director’s Award.  Jason exemplifies the core values and takes ownership of everything he does and he desires to provide an excellent level of customer service. He is qualified in water and wastewater which allows the City to do a tremendous amount of work with him in different divisions.  “Jason’s significant strength is two-fold, one is his ability to get qualified in not only water and wastewater, but also his desire to work as a team member; rather he is called to water or wastewater he will provide that level of service to the best of his ability and provide a level of service that is characteristic of what we expect and demand of our employees,” said Director of Public Works Rob Cohen. “He has become a champion of safety and sets the example for his co-workers,” said Cohen. “He is truly an asset for both the department and the City.”

Planning & Development Services
Ernie Aguilar is a Code Enforcement Officer and is the recipient for the Planning and Development Services Director’s Award. Ernie was selected as the recipient because of his strong work ethic and his can-do attitude. He is known for his stellar customer service and his works to find win-win solutions. “He looks for ways to meet the customer’s needs by working within the framework of the City’s ordinances and codes,” said Senior Director of Planning and Development Services Ken Baker.  “Ernie represents the Planning and Development Services Department well; he’s always willing to collaborate and seeks non-traditional ways to solve problems; he is also very creative and innovative; he looks at solutions first and creative ways to solving the problem,” said Baker.

Spirit of Southlake Award:
Jose Rodriguez is a Parks Technician and is the recipient of the Spirit of Southlake Award. Jose is respected for his hard work and generosity. “His work ethic stands out and every supervisor is a witness to it,” said Community Services Director Chris Tribble. Every park worker has enjoyed breakfast treats that Jose brings during the week. He goes beyond all expectations and purchases cakes for his crew members on their birthday. He goes above and beyond in every way, and he becomes more than a team player, he becomes a friend.

Kristin Pitzinger Customer Service Award:
Dylan Welch is a Banquet Captain at Legends Hall at The Marq Southlake and is the recipient of the Kristin Pitzinger Customer Service Award. Dylan is known for his fantastic job exemplifying the Southlake Way by doing his best to accommodate and make every client happy at Legends Hall for the past three years. “He has been so impressive that many of our clients and internal customers request Dylan at their event,” said Director of Community Services Chris Tribble.  Dylan has received several commendations from clients emailing the manager or leaving comments from client surveys.  Dylan has exceeded the City’s expectations as a Banquet Captain and has created many relationships within the community and many returning guests. “Dylan is a true asset to the City of Southlake, he is always happy to help and ensure the customer receives the best experience,” said Tribble.

Values Awards
Integrity:
Mike White is the Building and Operations Manager and is the recipient of the Integrity Values Award. Part of the definition of Integrity is “Being worthy of the public’s trust in all things.” Mike demonstrates this every day through his daily work. He takes the trust of the public very seriously and consistently does the right thing when no one is looking.  For example, when he received a customer complaint earlier this year, he took initiative to look beyond the surface of the complaint to determine what the underlying issue was; because of his strong commitment to the value of integrity, he dug deeper and discovered a significantly larger issue. Mike is also known for going above and beyond.  He completes inspections after hours and reports to work on the weekends to handle emergencies. “He also steps in when we are short staffed, meaning that he will go in and do a building inspection and electrical inspection or a gas test inspection,” said Senior Director of Planning and Development Ken Baker.  Mike is also known to follow up with customers quickly and address complaints.

Innovation: Officer Brad Uptmore – Officer Uptmore works as the Public Information Officer for the Southlake Police Department and is the recipient of the Innovation Award.  He has assumed the responsibility of DPS communication this past year, and during that time the City has seen a significant increase in the amount of positive attention because of his innovative and creative use of social media. Several of his posts have gone viral and have garnered positive media attention; however, it has all been accomplished with an underlying strategic focus.  “When we brought Brad to this position, one of the things we wanted was to be engaging with the public,” said Police Chief James Brandon.   From March of 2018 up until now, the department has experienced a dramatic increase of followers on all of their social media channels. “All of that is geared toward the public safety message so all of those things that he does and all the entertaining ways that he comes up with to communicate that message, is done in a manner that we want to keep people safe,”  said Police Chief Brandon.

Accountability: Veronica Lomas is the Records Manager for the City Secretary’s Office and is the recipient of the Accountability Award. Veronica constantly keeps the taxpayer in mind while looking for creative ways to streamline processes. “She does her best to make sure she gets her projects done, she loves to work with others and help them with their projects,” said City Secretary Amy Shelley. Veronica recently won a Run Smarter Award with Laserfiche,  a software that has drastically reduced the time needed to fill open records request (FOIA). By maintaining the documents online, staff is able to quickly direct requestors to the website and assist them with obtaining the information they are seeking in a timelier manner. The software has also played a significant role within the organization fostering transparency by providing access to public documents for customers, and more importantly Southlake’s residents. “She loves what she does and customer service comes easy for her,” said Shelley.

Excellence: Missy Saunders is the Graphic Designer in the Office of Marketing and Communication and is the recipient of the Excellence Award. Missy brings perspective and focus to her work and she takes time and care to ensure that her idea of excellence is also aligned with what the customer needs. “We say in the City a short way to remember a commitment to excellence is going above and beyond and that’s what I see from her every day and she does that with such a great attitude,” said Assistant City Manager Alison Ortowski.  Missy’s approach to her work is bringing a level of quality to the work, but also doing it in such a way that when people get done working with her they feel great not only by their experience but about what they have gotten. “Her biggest strength is that she is flexible, she approaches every job that she is working on not with a firm idea of how the end product is gonna be because she does not know what that is until she hears from what the customer wants,” said Ortowski. “The level of flexibility of what she brings to her work is great because it allows the creativity to bloom more.”

Teamwork: Lindy Calzada is the Volunteer Coordinator for the Human Resources Department and is the recipient of the Teamwork Award. “She was selected for the teamwork award because she really is the face of Volunteer Southlake,” said Director of Human Resources Stacey Black. Lindy has quickly and positively impacted the Volunteer Southlake community partly due to her dedication to teamwork. “The teamwork comes in because she works so closely with the liaisons across the departments to find that right opportunity for the volunteers so that everyone can find success and success with the program,” said Black. She not only assists many individual volunteers but also department liaisons, city partners such as Call-A-Ride Southlake, and community groups such as NCL, YMSL and SASO. Her priority is to always ensure our volunteers and patrons are cared for and have what they need.

 

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In the Know – Locations for Voters in Southlake

With City Council elections right around the corner, it is important to know where to go vote. Did you know that some Southlake residents are required to vote in Denton County? Yes, that’s right, while we all share the same beautiful landscape of what we call Southlake, some residents vote in Tarrant County and others have to vote in Denton County.

If you are registered to vote in Tarrant County, your voting precinct is at Carroll High School located at 800 N. White Chapel Boulevard. If you are registered to vote in Denton County, your voting precinct is in the Town of Trophy Club located at 1 Trophy Wood Drive.

Precinct numbers can be found on your voter registration cards or by clicking here to find your number and voting location. Be sure to find your precinct number and match the zip code to the voting location.

Precinct # Voting Location Address
3039, 3359, 3470,3526, 3529, 3538,3542, 3545, 3558, 3579 and 3626 as specified by Tarrant County Carroll Senior High School 800 N. White Chapel Blvd.
Southlake, TX 76092
4030 as specified by Denton County Town of Trophy Club 1 Trophy Club Wood Drive
Trophy Club, TX 76262

 

If you would like to vote early, Early Voting is set to take place on April 22 – April 30 at the following times and locations:

Tarrant County Voters:

Tarrant County Elections Center
2700 Premier Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76111

Southlake Town Hall
1400 Main St.
Southlake, TX 76092

April 22, 2019 – April 26, 2019      8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
April 27, 2019                                  7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
April 28, 2019                                 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
April 29, 2019 – April 30, 2019      7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Denton County Voters: 

Denton County Elections Center
701 Kimberly Drive
Denton, Texas 76208

Town of Trophy Club
1 Trophy Wood Drive
Trophy Club, TX 76262

April 22, 2019 – April 26, 2019      8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
April 27, 2019                                  8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
April 29, 2019 – April 30, 2019      7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

If you would like to vote by mail, please send in your ballots to the following:

Tarrant County – Early Voting Clerk
2700 Premier Street
Fort Worth, TX 76111
or email: votebymail@tarrantycounty.com

Denton County – Early Voting Clerk
701 Kimberly Drive
Denton, TX 76208
or email: elections@dentoncounty.com

All ballots must be mailed in by April 23. For more information on voting in Southlake, please contact the City’s Secretary’s office at 817-748-8183 or visit us online.

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