Here are four businesses that are expected to close this summer in the Lake Highlands/Lakewood area. This list is not comprehensive.

1. Refugee Services of Texas

After 45 years of serving refugees and victims of human trafficking, Refugee Services of Texas plans to permanently close its seven offices, including its Dallas service center in Lake Highlands. The agency will fully shut down by the end of July, but it has already stopped servicing clients, spokesperson Chris Kelley said.

Refugee Services of Texas is dedicated to resettling and providing services to refugees and other displaced persons. Since its founding in 1978, the agency has resettled more than 26,000 refugees, according to a news release. The Dallas service center, which is the agency’s original center, services refugees from over 30 countries.

The agency’s refugee clients will be referred to other existing state or national refugee resettlement programs, according to the news release. The Dallas service center is located at 11880 Greenville Ave., Ste. 130, Dallas. 214-821-4883.

2. Tuesday Morning

Tuesday Morning is planning to close its 18 Dallas-Fort Worth area stores, including one in Lakewood, as the company goes out of business. The Lakewood store, located at 6465 E. Mockingbird Lane, Ste. 354, is expected to close by July 1, staff said.

Tuesday Morning sells a variety of home decor items. The company is expecting to offer liquidation sales before closing. 214-828-9303.

3. Bed Bath & Beyond

Bed Bath & Beyond is planning to close its 360 retail stores across the country, including one in Lake Highlands, after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in April. A closing date has not been set, but the company is offering various sales in preparation of its closure.

Bed Bath & Beyond, which was founded in 1971, sells bedding, bath products, home decor and other specialty items. The Lake Highlands store is located at 8005 Park Lane, Dallas. 214-692-1778.

4. The Aquarium Boutique

The Aquarium Boutique, a tropical fish store on Garland Road next to White Rock Lake, will close June 27 after 12 years of business. Before its closure, the company is offering a storewide sale to clear its inventory.

The Aquarium Boutique sells fish, water plants and aquariums. The company is located at 9035 Garland Road, Dallas. 214-660-0537