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Garage Sale - Food & Beverage Sales

Garage Sale - Food & Beverage Sales

The community-wide biannual Trophy Club Garage Sale is Saturday, October 18 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Many Trophy Club households participate and the event brings thousands of visitors into Trophy Club. Every year the Town receives questions regarding food and beverage … | Read more

Town Council Adopts $16.3 Million FY15 Budget; Lowers Tax Rate

Town Council Adopts $16.3 Million FY15 Budget; Lowers Tax Rate

On September 23, the Town Council adopted the Fiscal Year 2014-2015 annual operating budget of $16,279,695, which includes a municipal tax rate of $0.49 per $100 valuation. The adopted FY15 tax rate is nearly 2% lower than the previous year’s rate which equates to an … | Read more

Town Council Seeking Volunteers for Board Appointments

Town Council Seeking Volunteers for Board Appointments

The Trophy Club Town Council is seeking residents who are willing to spend a few hours a month to serve their community. Appointed Board  Members must agree to serve without compensation but may be reimbursed for actual expenses approved in advance by the Town … | Read more

Trophy Club Names New Chief of Police, Patrick Arata

Trophy Club Names New Chief of Police, Patrick Arata

Patrick Arata, a former Special Agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), has been named the new Chief of Police for the Trophy Club Police Department. Mr. Arata is a three year resident of Trophy Club and brings not only excellent law … | Read more

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ONCOR Scheduled to Replace Transmission Lines, Towers Along SH 114

ONCOR Scheduled to Replace Transmission Lines, Towers Along SH 114

Update (July 11, 2014) --- In the next week or two Oncor will begin the transmission line project in Trophy Club, starting with clearing the easement under the existing lines. The tree trimming crew will come through and remove anything within 30 feet from the center of the easement in order for crews to work safely with large equipment. After the trees are cleared/trimmed, Oncor will dig 30-foot-deep holes for the piers, which are reinforced with rebar before pouring the… | Read more