Pheonix Drive project scope includes reconstruction of the street and storm drainage infrastructure.
The Town of Trophy Club and Trophy Club Municipal Utility District No. 1 will conduct a Public Citizens meeting on February 28, 2018 at 7:00PM in the Town Hall located at 1 Trophy Wood Drive, for the purpose of affording citizens an opportunity to inquire about the Capital Improvement Project (CIP) on Indian Creek Drive and Phoenix Drive
Trophy Club has a good number of new residents in town! Many of you have inquired about what days you are allowed to water. The water schedule is as follows:
No watering between 10am and 6pm on any day.
Hand watering and soaker hoses are allowed any time.
SUNDAY – Residential watering (odd addresses)
MONDAY – NO WATERING ALLOWED
TUESDAY – Commercial watering
WEDNESDAY – Residential watering (even addresses)
THURSDAY – Residential watering (odd addresses)
The Spring season has arrived, and for many that means it’s time for a good spring cleaning and general home maintenance projects. Spring also marks the time of year when vegetation growth picks up, which can create issues with safety, rodents and unsightliness.
The Town of Trophy Club has compiled some spring cleaning tips, as well as a few reminders regarding code compliance, to assist residents with springtime cleaning activities.
Household Trash & Recycling:
- Residents are allowed two options for trash…
Spring lawn care is much less time intensive than fall lawn care. If you prepared your lawn properly in the late fall, there should be very little for you to do once the weather begins to get warm again. The most important part of spring lawn care is to make sure that the lawn has plenty of opportunity to gently come back to life during the early spring months. If you do it right, the sun and soil will do most of the work for you.
Fall Lawn Care Impacts Spring Lawn Care
The best time to prepare your lawn is in the late fall just…
Bright and colorful, poinsettias are nearly synonymous with the Christmas season. They provide you with a wealth of opportunities for holiday decorating. Poinsettias bring a splash of festive red and green to the table or windowsill. An attractive bowl, used as a planter, makes a cheery winter gift. With proper poinsettia care, you can enjoy these beautiful plants for weeks. (Pet owners beware – poinsettias, mistletoe and holly are poisonous to cats and dogs.)
Find the Ideal Spot
To keep them looking good, give poinsettias…
By Marcia Kortmeyer, member TCWC, Trophy Gardeners, Chair TCWC Community Service Projects
You’re kidding? Seriously? The Holidays are just weeks away. Where did summer go? Didn’t I just go Christmas shopping a few months ago? I don’t know how time flies by but it does. And with the Holidays upon us I think of Poinsettias, Mistletoe and Holly. Beautiful Holiday plants! But keep in mind that these plants can be toxic to our pets.
A new plant in the house will create curiosity for our dogs &…