The Town has partnered with the Trophy Club Country Club (TCCC) for the Charity Classic Golf Tournament & Festival on Friday, November 8, 2013. The two-part event includes the Charity Classic Golf Tournament, which begins at noon and is open to the public. The fee for the golf tournament is $125 per person and includes lunch, golf and dinner. Following the tournament, bring the entire family to enjoy dinner, hayrides, games, live music, a petting zoo, bounce houses, face painting a silent auction and more! All proceeds benefit MDA's, Augie's…
A Denton man is in custody for the July 5th Bank Robbery at the DATCU Credit Union located in the lobby of the Tom Thumb in Trophy Club. An arrest warrant was served on Richard Huntley Chiles, 53 of Denton yesterday charging him with Aggravated Robbery. Chiles is in custody at the Collin County Jail in lieu of $450,000.00 bond for the Trophy Club Bank Robbery and $400,000.00 bond for a similar bank robbery that occurred at a store bank in Allen, Texas in mid September.
Chiles, who was dubbed “The regular Joe Bandit” in an FBI press…
Trophy Club Salutes Wounded Warrior (TCSWW) is back for the third year!Friday, October 4th
Trophy Club Country Club
6:00 p.m. Silent Auction and VIP Banquet
Run schedule – Byron Nelson High School
7:30 a.m. 5K Run and 1M Run
Golf schedule – Trophy Club Country Club
9:30 a.m. Golf
Event proceeds support Texas Sentinels and the Wounded Warrior Project.
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…
The following Development Update was presented at the May 20, 2013 Town Council meeting.
At only 4.2 square miles, the Town of Trophy Club is on pace to be 99% developed by 2017. Currently, the Town is 91.6% built out with 227 acres remaining for residential and commercial development. Residential development has been rapidly increasing since 2011, with the lionshare of residential development taking place in The Highlands. Trophy Club's 2688 acres are zoned into four categories of development: residential, recreation, non-tax…
Kriya Hotel’s new Hampton Inn and Suites Trophy Club rolled out the red carpet, hosting a tremendously successful grand opening on May 2, 2013. Among the approximately 200 guests in attendance were representatives from the Southlake Chamber of Commerce, Keller Chamber of Commerce and Northwest Metroport Chamber of Commerce, as well as other dignitaries from the city government and the region. The event was highlighted by a ribbon cutting. Guests of the opening premier feasted on a delectable selection of hors d'oeuvre and refreshments while enjoying…
On Monday, April 8, 2013, the Trophy Club Town Council voted unanimously to adopt the Trophy Club Vision 2030 Plan; a roadmap that details a long-range strategic vision for the town. The Vision 2030 Plan will be used in conjunction with Town Council’s Strategy Map in order to help develop a unified, cohesive vision for Trophy Club over the next 20 years. The adopted plan established five guiding pillars, identified as priorities, for long-term planning and goals for the town.
Vision 2030 Five Guiding Pillars: