‘Stuff the Trunk’ for Grapevine Animal Shelter

Calling all Pet Lovers & Animal Friends…please come by Park Place Lexus Grapevine to help us support the Grapevine Animal Shelter. We’re going to Stuff the Trunk of a Lexus LS with all kinds of animal supplies. Your help is appreciated!

For more information, click HERE.



Colleyville Public Library offers Spring Break activities

Here’s some Spring Break activities from the Colleyville Library:


For more information, visit ColleyvilleLibrary.com.

Southlake reports vehicle fire Wednesday morning: use caution

UPDATE: All lanes on 114 now open (8:15am March 14)

VEHICLE FIRE! Westbound Highway 114 we have a vehicle on fire under the 1709 bridge. One lane closure and traffic is backing up! (Wednesday, March 14 @ approximately 8am)

Use Caution!


Get a free month from The REC

28619665_10156234086012328_8471326238673858367_oWant a FREE month added to your REC membership? When you Refer a Friend to The REC in the month of March, that’s what you’ll get! The friend’s membership must be new or a renewal that has been lapsed for at least 1 year. Members can only refer 1 friend.

For more information, visit www.gograpevine.com.

K-9 Unit educates citizen class


Grapevine Police Department‘s Citizens Police Academy class is off for Spring Break, but we wanted to share a taste of what they got last week while learning about Street Crimes and K9. The K9 team held demonstrations in the back parking lot. Kody delighted in his game of attacking our ‘bad guy’, Sr. Ofc. Sayre. Bottom line…these K9s are trained professionals, and they do their jobs well.

Allergy season hits North Texas like a punch in the face

By Loyd Brumfield, Communities Reporter

It’s early, but several unwelcome visitors have already made their presence felt in North Texas.

“The levels of cedar pollen are already in the high category; juniper is getting high and pine is getting up there as well,” said Brian James, meteorologist for KXAS-TV (NBC5). 

Yep, allergy season has arrived.

Read more from The Dallas News…

Spring Break: Request vacation checks from Grapevine PD

CompassThe Grapevine Police Department provides a free security check for residents who are living in single family homes while they are away on vacation.

We will conduct a foot patrol check of the residence to make sure all accessible windows and doors on visible from the street are locked and undamaged. We will also make sure any vehicles parked outside the residence are locked and undamaged. A detailed log listing the activity conducted on your property while you were away will be completed. In the event of a burglary police will notify you and/or the emergency contact you have listed.

Please complete Vacation Check Form to notify the Police Department of your upcoming vacation. The Police Department cannot guarantee that we will be able to check your residence at specific times or dates, but we will make every effort to make as many checks on your residence as time and workload allow. 

NOTE: Vacation house checks are provided while you are away and will run a maximum of 14 days. 


If you return early from vacation, please inform the Police Department at 817.410.8127.