Trophy Club celebrated 30 and 40 year-anniversaries at the Founder’s Day Reception, which was held at the Trophy Club Country Club on Saturday, January 17th. Approximately 240 guests enjoyed historical vignettes, food, drinks, visiting with neighbors and a ceremony with several dignitaries. Dignitaries included numerous current and past Mayors, Town Council Members and TC MUD 1 Directors, Denton County Commissioner Andy Eads, State Representative Tan Parker, NWISD Superintendent Karen Rue, Detroit Tigers outfielder Tyler Collins and Trophy Club…
On Tuesday, January 13, 2015 the Town Council unanimously approved the purchase and installation of eight (8) rapid flashing beacon systems in order to improve pedestrian safety at crosswalks. Council approved $53,163 for the additional public safety measure, which also includes funding to replace any signs or poles as appropriate. The new crosswalk enhancements will be installed later this year.
The solar-powered flashing lights are pedestrian-activated and alert drivers that a pedestrian wants to cross the street. Drivers are legally…
Founder’s Day tickets will be available for purchase through Tuesday, January 13th at noon. Tickets will not be available after this date or at the door, so please make sure to pick up your tickets prior to noon on Tuesday!
Tickets are $15 and available for sale at Trophy Club Municipal offices, Trophy Club Country Club and Sassy Flamingo (in the Tom Thumb shopping center). Guests can also contact TC30celebration@gmail.com to purchase your tickets today!
In 2015 the Town celebrates 30 years of incorporation and the Trophy…
A nationwide surge of police support has emerged over the past few weeks due to recent attacks on law enforcement. As a result, many Americans have taken to social media to spread the word about supporting law enforcement through the blue light movement, where supporters are asked to turn porch lights blue for a day, week or even the entire month of January. In response, Trophy Club residents have created a community Facebook page (event) called ‘Turn Trophy Club BLUE’, where residents are asked to keep a blue light (porch light or flameless…
The Town of Trophy Club 2014 Annual Report & Year-In-Review includes various information regarding the community; from 2014 accomplishments and 2015 goals to statistics and financial data.
Trophy Club had a great year with more successes to come — we are Trophy Club Proud!
2014 Holiday Trash & Recycling Schedule
Due to the Christmas holiday, normal trash and recycling collection on Friday, December 26 will shift to Saturday, December 27. Also, due to the New Year’s holiday, normal trash and recycling collection on Friday, January 2 will shift to Saturday, January 3.
Town of Trophy Club Municipal Offices: Holiday Hours
Trophy Club Municipal Offices will close on the following dates and times for the upcoming holidays:
- Close at noon on Friday, December 12 for the employee…
Trophy Club Municipal Offices will close at noon on Wednesday, November 26 and all day Thursday, November 27 and Friday, November 28 for the Thanksgiving holiday.Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, normal trash and recycling collection on Friday, November 28 will shift to Saturday, November 29.