Posted by April Reiling on Aug 12, 2013
Tags: Community, Government, Town News, Water
A message from the Trophy Club Municipal Utility District No. 1 (TC MUD 1):
To better serve our customers, Trophy Club Municipal Utility District No. 1 will be upgrading the main water intake. The upgrade will require disconnection from the main water supply from the City of Fort Worth for approximately six hours. Work will begin at about 7:00 a.m. on Monday, August 19, 2013. Customers will continue to receive water service from water stored in tanks and should not encounter any issues related to water service. However, because…
Posted by April Reiling on Aug 09, 2013
Tags: Community, Government, Town News, Government Consolidation
Over 100 Trophy Club residents attended the Town Hall meeting on Thursday, August 8, 2013. The meeting covered several issues involving the proposed local government consolidation in Trophy Club and residents had the opportunity to ask questions of elected officials and the Town/TC MUD 1 Managers. The video and PowerPoint presentation provided by Town Manager Mike Slye are available at the links below.
Town Hall PowerPoint Presentation
Town Hall Video
Special thanks to Lake Cities Church of Christ for use of their facility and audio/visual…
Posted by April Reiling on Aug 07, 2013
Tags: Community, Elections, Government, Town News
Unofficial Election Results
The Town of Trophy Club will hold an election on Tuesday, November 5, 2013 for the following:
Town Candidate Information
- Town Council Member Place 6 (2.5 year term)
There are two candidates vying for Place 6 on the Town Council (in ballot order):
Early Voting and Election Day Locations, Dates & Times - Subject to Change
Since the November 5th election is a Constitutional Amendment Election, Tarrant and Denton County registered…
Posted by April Reiling on Aug 06, 2013
Tags: Community, Town News, Government, Transparency
On Friday, August 2 the Trophy Club Town Staff provided a FY13-14 proposed budget overview to the Town Council during a Workshop Session that lasted approximately 5.5 hours. The proposed budget is based on a $0.4975 property tax rate per $100 valuation, which represents a $0.02 decrease on the current tax rate. For the first time in Trophy Club history the taxable value exceeds the $1 billion mark.
View the FY13-14 Proposed Budget Workshop PowerPoint Presentation
View the FY13-14 Proposed Budget Workshop Video
Since the proposed tax…
Posted by April Reiling on Aug 02, 2013
Tags: Community, Town News, Trophy Club Gives, Business
The Trophy Club Women's Club (TCWC) has put together a wonderful cookbook with over 500 recipes, to include a "Pawtastic" section for our 4-legged family members. The cookbook contains recipes from the TCWC members, our Mayor, Town officials, the Culinary Chef from Byron Nelson High School, former Trophy Club residents and many others.
The price is $20.00 per book. Checks should be made payable to TCWC or we can accept Visa, MC, Discover and payments via PayPal. To purchase a cookbook, contact Carol Jansen at 682-237-7075 or firstname.lastname@example.org…
Posted by April Reiling on Jul 31, 2013
“Meet the Bobcats”
Tags: Community, Town News, Trophy Club Gives, Schools, BNHS
Join us for our Annual Community-wide Pep-Rally at Byron Nelson High School on
Thursday, August 22
Food, Games, Crafts, Spirit-Wear and more… Special Performances from your BNHS cheerleaders and the Dazzlers! Come out and enjoy all the fun!!!
Go to www.bobcatcheerleading.com and sign up to be a VENDOR by selling food or items, or even market your store or product for only $35.00 (all proceeds help fund BNHS Cheerleaders and the Booster Club).
Posted by Brett Oliver on Jul 31, 2013
Tags: Community, Public Safety, Road Construction, Town News
The roundabout located at Trophy Lake Drive and Trophy Club Drive carries hundreds of cars each day to various destinations. Proper navigation through the roundabout is important for the safety of drivers, golf carts, pedestrians and cyclists. The roundabout has become the standard as a traffic control safety device throughout the world because of its simplicity, reduced crash severity and reduced long term maintenance costs. As with any new traffic control device, the motorist, bicyclist and pedestrian must become accustomed to the proper means…