Effective July 1, Trophy Club residents will notice a new water rate applied to their bill with changes to both the base rate and price per gallons used. The Trophy Club Municipal Utility District No. 1 (TC MUD) Board approved an amended rate order on May 20, 2014. Since the Town purchases water from TC MUD to service residents in the Public Improvement District (PID), the Town is obligated by local ordinance to abide by the rate increases as substantiated by TC MUD. On June 16, 2014 the Town passed an ordinance amending the Town’s Fee Schedule for…
The Trophy Club Municipal Offices will be closed on July 4th in observance of the Independence Day holiday. The Municipal Building will reopen at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, July 7th.
If you plan to spend the July 4th holiday in town, please make sure to join us for the annual Independence Day Festivities, including the Patriot 5K & Fun Run, the Parade of Patriots and the Celebration & Fireworks!Trash and recycling collection scheduled for Friday, July 4th will run as usual.
Next year marks the Town of Trophy Club's 30th anniversary and the Town Council is looking for residents to serve on an ad-hoc committee to plan a community-wide celebration. The 30th Anniversary Committee will set its own meeting schedule and any Trophy Club resident is welcome to assist.
Please email TCturns30@trophyclub.org if you would like to participate in the planning. Email your desire to participate by July 11, 2014.
At the Monday, June 2 meeting the Town Council voted unanimously to change regularly scheduled meetings to the second and fourth Tuesday of each month in order to accommodate elected official work schedules. The new meeting schedule will begin on Tuesday, July 22, which will be the only Council meeting held in July. The Town Council previously met on the first and third Monday of each month.
Visit the Online Calendar for other meetings, activities and events scheduled in and around the Trophy Club community.
The Town of Trophy Club is on solid financial footing and recently earned awards, accolades and an increased bond rating that places the DFW community amongst some of the strongest municipalities in Texas. With 32% of the Town’s general fund operating budget in reserves and a clean unmodified audit issued for FY13, officials are committed to ensuring the 30-year old community remains financially solid.
Town Manager Mike Slye said, “From well established fiscal policies and profiles, to financial transparency and a distinguished budget,…
On Monday, May 19 the Trophy Club Town Council canvassed and certified the May 10, 2014 General and Special Election results. Following the election canvassing, the outgoing Council Members, including Mayor Connie White, Bill Rose and Jeannette Tiffany, were recognized for their dedicated service to the community over the years. The incoming Council Members, including Mayor-elect Nick Sanders, Jim Parrow, Garrett Reed and Rhylan Rowe were administered the Oath of Office and presented with Certificates of Election by Judge Mark Chambers.Judge…
The Trophy Club municipal offices will be closed on Monday, May 26, 2014 in observance of Memorial Day. Trash and recycling will run as regularly scheduled. The municipal offices will re-open for regular business hours on Tuesday, May 27.
In proud recognition of those who have given the greatest sacrifice for the benefit of us all, thank you to America's heroes.