Posted by April Reiling on Mar 18, 2015
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The 2015-2016 Discover Trophy Club Magazine contains news, information and resources for anyone interested in learning more about the Trophy Club community. Delivered to households in Trophy Club, the magazine is utilized as a marketing tool and is available at Municipal offices. We hope you enjoy reading and learning about the beautiful Trophy Club community!
- Community Profile & Newcomer’s Guide
- Public Safety — Police, Fire & EMS
- Education First
The Town of Trophy Club offers many events, programs and educational classes throughout the year. Thank you to partner organizations who assist with several programs and classes, including Keep Trophy Club Wild and the Trophy Club Women’s Club.For specific information about an event, please visit the Trophy Club Event Calendar.
Residents and guests can also find more information about the Trophy Club Community Pool & Splash Pad, Summer Adventure Camp & Swim Lessons on the Town’s website. Stay updated on daily news and information…
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
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…
Residents may dispose of live Christmas trees at the Harmony Park or Community Pool parking lots through January 12th. Please make sure trees have no nails, tinsel or decorations attached. Christmas trees will not be picked up curbside during regular trash collection.