Posted by April Reiling on Aug 07, 2015
Tags: Business, Community, Economic Development, Government, Parks, Trophy Club Park, Transparency, Town News, TCPD, TCFD, Shop Trophy Club:Where Dollars Make Cents, Road Construction, Recreation, Public Safety
Update (October 1, 2015) --- The Town Council adopted the FY15-16 Town Budget on September 22, 2015. The formal budget is currently under development, but the approved budget is available for review. The FY15-16 budget is based on a $0.484/$100 valuation tax rate, which is a $0.006 reduction over last years tax rate.
The Town Manager’s Office and Finance Department presented the Fiscal Year 2015-2016 (FY15-16) Proposed Budget to Town Council on July 31, 2015 in accordance with the Town Charter. The proposed budget represents a road…
Posted by April Reiling on Jul 23, 2015
Tags: BNHS, Community, Events, Town News, TCPD, Schools, Public Safety
On Saturday, July 18th the Trophy Club Police Explorers traveled to Rosenberg, Texas for their fist Explorer Competition since the post was re-established by Police Chief Patrick Arata last year. Trophy Club Explorers competed against 57 teams from across the state, which included posts from the US Border Patrol, Houston PD, Harris County Sheriff’s Office, Mesquite PD and others.
Trophy Club Explorers took Second Place in Active Shooter and First Place in DWI!
Events and scenarios…
Posted by April Reiling on Jul 21, 2015
Tags: Animals, BNHS, Community, Denton County, Government, Town News, TCPD, Schools, Public Safety
Update (August 17, 2015) --- Thank you to everyone who participated in the K9 naming contest! There were 471 votes for the final name and the breakdown is:
Hogan = 137 votes
Indy = 174 votes
TC = 160 votes
The new TCPD K9 will be named Indy! Congratulations to April Reiling and Erin Myers for coming up with the final name. When the dog arrives we will host a badge ceremony and meet-and-greet for the community. More to come!
Choose the New K9’s Final Name <<< Click the link to take the survey
Posted by April Reiling on Jun 26, 2015
Tags: Animals, Community, Denton County, Volunteer, Trophy Club Gives, Town News, TCPD
Update (July 3, 2015) — Tucker and Hogan have been adopted by a Trophy Club family who will give them the love they deserve. Thank you to everyone who shared their story and helped find their forever home!
Tucker and Hogan, a pair of senior dogs who recently lost their human parent, need our help finding new homes. The dogs came to the TCPD Animal Shelter on Tuesday, June 23 and have no family able to care for them anymore. Please help us find a home for these Trophy Club dogs.
Both dogs are fixed males with loving demeanors…
Posted by April Reiling on Jun 16, 2015
Tags: Community, Town News, TCPD, Public Safety
June is National Safety Month and the Trophy Club Police Department has a few reminders and tips for ways to keep your home, and the community, safe.
Do you live a safe lifestyle? Is your home as safe as it can be? It is always a good time to think about what you can do to make you and your family safer, and now that the children are home, it is a good time to go over a safety plan with them as well.
There are a myriad of topics in home safety:
- Power outages
- Severe Thunder Storms
- Pool Safety
Posted by April Reiling on May 13, 2015
Tags: Community, Denton County, Government, Public Safety, Water, Trophy Club Park, Town News, TCPD, TCFD
Thanks to the recent rains, our area has gone from Extreme Drought conditions to Moderate Drought conditions, and Lake Grapevine is back to bountiful levels. Creeks are high and the ground is saturated.... and more rain is on the way. Make sure your household and family are prepared for severe weather, including flooding, during the rainy season by following a few tips from the Trophy Club Emergency Management Team.
Trophy Club lies near a lake, is home to several ponds and has numerous creeks throughout the community, not to mention Denton…
Posted by April Reiling on May 12, 2015
Tags: Community, Government, Public Health, Town News, TCPD, Public Safety
Update (May 20, 2015) – The Backyard Chicken survey is now closed. Thank you to all respondents for providing feedback! Once a final determination is made regarding backyard chickens we will post it here.
Known as backyard chickens or urban chickens, allowing residents to keep chickens is a debate that has been ongoing for years across many municipalities and counties. The current Animal Ordinance does not prohibit chickens, but requires further review and the Town Council is seeking public input on the issue.
Please take a…