The Town of Trophy Club is participating in the 2015 State of Texas Warrant Round Up and has appointed a Warrant Task Force to implement warrant service duties. The annual Warrant Round Up begins Monday, March 9 and ends Saturday, March 14th. The roundup is designed to target thousands of defendants with traffic, parking, city ordinance, penal code and higher charge warrants. Affected persons are urged to contact the appropriate jurisdiction or jurisdictions to dispose of their cases voluntarily to avoid the inconvenience and embarrassment of…
The Town of Trophy Club offers many events, programs and educational classes throughout the year. Thank you to partner organizations who assist with several programs and classes, including Keep Trophy Club Wild and the Trophy Club Women’s Club.For specific information about an event, please visit the Trophy Club Event Calendar.
Residents and guests can also find more information about the Trophy Club Community Pool & Splash Pad, Summer Adventure Camp & Swim Lessons on the Town’s website. Stay updated on daily news and information…
Update — February 23, 2015 at 9:40 a.m.
Trophy Club trash collection has been cancelled today due to inclement weather. Refuse collection will resume as usual for trash and recycling on Friday. Thank you and we apologize for the inconvenience.
Update — February 23, 2015 at 6:45 p.m.
Trophy Club Municipal Offices are scheduled to open at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, February 24th. Trash collection will continue tomorrow…
Safe School Drop Off Procedure - Beck Elem Principal Requests No Drop Off on Parkview in School Zone
The note below was sent to Beck Elementary parents this week from Beck Elementary Principal Sandy Conklin:
Dear Beck Families,
Safety is always our top priority. I would like to ask that parents do not drop off on Parkview within the school zone. This increases opportunities for accidents. In addition, it decreases the effectiveness of our traffic pattern. This pattern was developed by school administration and TC officials and ensures the safest drop-off. I appreciate your cooperation, and understanding as…
BNHS Business Management Program Heads to NYC for Nationals - Council Recognizes Students On March 24
Byron Nelson High School (BNHS) Virtual Enterprise International (VEI - the BNHS Business Management Program) students are headed to the International Youth Business Summit in NYC in April to compete in the Global Business Challenge, Business Plan Competition and International Trade Show. The BNHS firm will be competing against 8,500 other firms across the world! The accomplishment is particularly impressive since the group is not only a first year firm, but they’re also the first team in Texas to ever advance to Nationals. WAY TO GO BOBCATS!!!
A new local youth sports association, Trophy Club-Roanoke Track and Field Association (TCRTFA), has been created to provide children with an encouraging and successful track and field experience. Participants will learn correct form, teamwork, and how to maintain healthy habits. TCRTFA is a non-profit organization for children grades K-6, of all abilities, who attend school in the Northwest Independent School District (NISD). The program is under the direction of the NISD high school track coaches who know that providing children with early,…
Freedom Dog Park users who experience/witness aggressive dogs should call the non-emergency dispatch number and report the issue. Making the Town aware of incidents allows us to track issues and appropriately handle dogs and owners who do not comply with the park guidelines. We want to ensure the park remains safe for all users.Save these numbers in your phone:
Non-Emergency Dispatch: 972-434-5500
Animal Control: 682-831-4621