Each year, the Town hosts various events intended to unite friends, family, and neighbors in celebration. These events offer residents the chance to enjoy the community, participate in popular national holidays, and provide opportunities for fun educational experiences. In 2014 the Parks and Recreation Department will host a series of smaller events, programs and classes each month for Trophy Club residents of all ages. All events, locations, and dates will be regularly updated on the town's Special Events page as…
News from TC MUD 1, who purchases water from the City of Fort Worth --- The Fort Worth Water Department is experiencing changes in the taste and odor of the drinking water coming from the Rolling Hills and Westside water treatment plants. The Water Department assures customers the water is safe for drinking, cooking, bathing and all other purposes, even though it has an earthy smell and taste.
Last week, Tarrant Regional Water District switched the water supply for the treatment plants to Lake Benbrook because of maintenance…
UPDATE (March 7, 2014) --- The Town Council held a Public Hearing on Monday, March 3, 2014 and discussed the PD-30 development standards amendment request from the Trophy Club Town Center developer. Six residents addressed Council with various questions, concerns and suggestions. The two main issues discussed were the townhomes and the retail-ready component of the proposed amendment. After a lengthy discussion and negotiations, the Town Council voted to approve the PD-30 development standards amendments by a vote of 5-1.
In 2012, the Town of Trophy Club published its first ever magazine called, Discover Trophy Club. The magazine was designed to have a two year shelf life, and advertisers now have the opportunity to secure a spot in the 2014-2016 edition of Discover Trophy Club! 7,000 copies were printed and we hope to generate enough advertising sales to print even more 2014-2016 magazines. Discover Trophy Club is 100% advertising funded.View the 2012-2014 Discover Trophy Club Magazine
2014-2016 Advertising Pricing…
--- This is a message from the Emergency Management Office ---
Saturday, December 7 at 11:20 a.m.
Please be advised that conditions on roadways are extremely treacherous and if at all possible please stay home. We have received reports that SH 114 is closed in both directions from FM 1709 in Southlake to Trophy Club Drive, and SH 114 at Marshall Creek Bridge is a sheet of ice and the westbound side is currently closed. Streets Crews have treated areas in Trophy Club with sand, but the situation calls for extreme caution on roadways, in…
In 2007, the Town of Trophy Club created the first municipally bonded Public Improvement District (PID) in the state of Texas, and on November 4, 2013 the Town Council approved the final two plats for The Highlands at Trophy Club only six years after the 697 acre PID development started. When the PID was created, about 7,067 residents called Trophy Club home. Today the estimated population is 10,326, and the growth over the past few years is primarily due to the creation of the PID.View the Slideshow Presented at the November 18, 2013…
This holiday season giving back to those in need is easy with convenient drop off locations for Toys for Tots and the Holiday Food Drive benefitting the Roanoke Food Pantry.Toys For Tots
Drop off unwrapped toys valued at $10 or more from Friday, November 1 to Sunday, December 15, 2013. The toys will be gathered and passed along to the US Marine Corps for distribution.
Toys For Tots drop off locations in Trophy Club:
100 Municipal Drive Trophy Club