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
Driver distraction causes one in five vehicle crashes, and the Trophy Club Police Department (TCPD) takes driver safety, especially in school zones, very seriously. A cell phone conversation, texting, emailing on a tablet, etc. is distracting, and safe driving requires eyes on the road, hands on the wheel and your mind on driving. Trophy Club is an active community and keeping pedestrians, cyclists and drivers unharmed is crucial to maintaining a safe community for residents and businesses.
Trophy Club has numerous schools, day cares…
The recently constructed drainage channel running through the large side of the dog park from Balmoral Drive requires further extension to help alleviate the ponding within the wooded area of the park. The pilot channel continuation will guide water through the park and improve muddy conditions for dog park users. The Town is currently receiving quotes for the drainage channel extension project.
Sponsor a plot or become a founder of the Trophy Club Community Garden and you will be recognized on a permanent structure at the garden! Help the Girl Scouts and community volunteers build a beautiful garden that anyone in the community can enjoy!
The Town Council has approved the installation of a Community Garden at Harmony Park and allocated funds for the Parks Department to assist with site preparation/construction. At the January 27, 2015 Town Council meeting, a group of residents, along with Girl Scout Troop 3909 and Keep Trophy…
The Street Services Department began upgrading street signs this week as part of the annual sign replacement program, as well as to bring older signs up to federal and state transportation code and increase sign visibility for drivers and emergency responders. The new street signs will be placed at intersections along major thoroughfares, including Trophy Club Drive, Indian Creek, Trophy Wood and Trophy Lake Drive. Trophy Club Drive signs will be upgraded from the roundabout east, since the ornamental signs north of the roundabout have already…
Trophy Club Town Manager Mike Slye has resigned effective Saturday, January 24, 2015. Assistant Town Manager Stephen Seidel will assume the leadership position as Acting Town Manager while the Town Council assesses their options regarding filling the Town Manager position on a permanent basis.
"Staff remains focused on working hand in hand with the Town Council to continue providing high quality services and programs to our great community," said Acting Town Manager Stephen Seidel.
As a result of changing goals and objectives…