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New Crosswalk Enhancements - Rapid Flashing Beacons

New Crosswalk Enhancements - Rapid Flashing Beacons

Posted by April Reiling on Jan 16, 2015
Tags: Community, Government, Public Safety, Town News, TCPD, Schools

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…

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Citizens Police Academy Begins March 12th - Now Accepting Applications

Citizens Police Academy Begins March 12th - Now Accepting Applications

Posted by April Reiling on Jan 08, 2015
Tags: Community, Denton County, Public Safety, Volunteer, Town News, TCPD

Join the Trophy Club Police Department (TCPD) as a member of the 2015 Spring Citizens Police Academy, which starts on:

Thursday, March 12 at 7:00 p.m.

Classes run for 11 weeks and are every Thursday evening from 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. in the Public Services Conference Room (100 Municipal Drive). One class will be held on a Wednesday evening, when the academy takes a field trip to the Denton County Sheriff’s Office. There will also a Saturday class held at a local gun range (a new component…

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Trophy Club Goes BLUE in Support of Law Enforcement & Emergency Responders

Trophy Club Goes BLUE in Support of Law Enforcement & Emergency Responders

Posted by April Reiling on Dec 30, 2014
Tags: Community, Events, Government, Public Safety, Trophy Club Gives, Town News, TCPD, TCFD

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…

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A Message from TCPD this Holiday Season

A Message from TCPD this Holiday Season

Posted by April Reiling on Nov 21, 2014
Tags: Business, Community, Public Safety, Parks, Trophy Club Park, Town News, TCPD

The Holiday season is here and the Trophy Club Police Department (TCPD) is asking for your help to keep the community safe and merry. Your Police Department will be very visible during this time of year by increasing neighborhood & park patrols, as well as watching the town shopping center parking lots. 

TCPD will be doing what we can, but needs your help to keep an eye on our town.  If you see something suspicious, report it by calling 911 or the non-emergency number (972-434-5500).  Together we can make…

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Vantage Scheduled to Cap and Remove Wells

Vantage Scheduled to Cap and Remove Wells

Posted by April Reiling on Nov 18, 2014
Tags: Community, Denton County, Town News, TCPD

Vantage Energy will begin capping and removing six wells in Trophy Club beginning November 19, 2014. Crews plan to remove all surface equipment, all gas lines will be pulled and all pipes will be cemented 10' below the surface. The brick walls will be left in place at each location, and the ground surface within each well site will be seeded in the spring.

Work is expected to be complete by the end of January and will take place Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Each well site requires approximately…

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Underage Drinking and Other Drugs Prevention Program Coming to BNHS

Underage Drinking and Other Drugs Prevention Program Coming to BNHS

Posted by April Reiling on Nov 10, 2014
Tags: BNHS, Community, Events, Public Safety, Town News, TCPD, Schools

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service presents the 'Watch UR BAC program’ — November 19 & 20

The Watch UR BAC (pronounced “Watch Your Back,”) program teaches students about alcohol misuse, dangers of impaired driving, and friends watching out for friends. The team will be at Byron Nelson High School in the Northwest ISD on Wednesday, November 19, 2014 and will be conducting educational programs for students during lunch periods.  Parents and other adults are invited to a program the evening of November 20 from 7:00…

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