February is American Heart month and to help kick it off we have 10 ways our parks and programs can improve your family's heart health.For more information on Trophy Club parks, please visit www.tcparksandrec.org. 1. Visit Freedom Dog Park Let your dog off the leash and walk some laps around Freedom Dog Park. Walking just 3 laps along the fence line on the large dog side equals 1 mile! 2. Attend a Hip Hop Dance Class Get your…
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will conduct a Public Meeting for the purpose of soliciting public comment on the proposed widening of State Highway (SH) 114 from Trophy Lake Drive to Kirkwood Boulevard, and SH 170 from East of Roanoke Road to West of SH 114 Interchange, in Denton and Tarrant County, Texas.
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Medlin Middle School
601 Parkview Drive
Trophy Club, TX 76262
The SH 114 project proposes the reconstruction…
The 2016 National Drug Take Back event is Saturday, April 30 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and the Trophy Club Police Department will accept expired, unwanted, or unused pharmaceutical controlled substances and other medications from Trophy Club residents’ medicine cabinets. Residents can drop off the unwanted medicines at the police station located at 100 Municipal Drive. The program is anonymous for participants and all medications collected will be destroyed.
Participants may dispose of medication in its original container or by removing…
Now that Texas has passed the Open Carry law, citizens can take a License to Carry (LTC) course to become certified to carry legally. The Town and Trophy Club Police Department are hosting a LTC training course on:
February 2nd 2016
6:00 p.m. — 10:00 p.m.
Svore Municipal Building — Boardroom
100 Municipal Drive
Open to Town residents, sign up early, seating limited. Range proficiency is Saturday February 6th at Proactive Defense @ Quail Creek (13800 FM 1171, Northlake, TX).…
Trophy Club is making history as the first municipality in the state of Texas to achieve an investment grade rating on a Public Improvement District (PID) bond and to realize over $16.4M in total savings with a subsequent refinancing. The $16.4M refund for PID residents results in approximately $11,675 savings in future assessments over the life of the bond to each property owner who had not previously paid off their assessments. As a premier North Texas community, Trophy Club continues to set the pace for financial transparency and ingenuity.
In Preparation for Move to New Town Hall, Council Looks at Future Community Use of Existing Annex Building
As planning for the new Trophy Club Town Hall moves forward, the Town Council has begun to examine possible uses for the Annex (Public Services) Building where the majority of Town Staff currently office. Council is looking to the future and how the building could best serve the citizens, including converting the structure into a community space, such as meeting rooms, classroom space or a senior activity center. To that end, on January 12, 2016 Council took action to present two options for Trophy Club Municipal Utility District No. 1 (TC MUD)…
Update (January 13, 2016) --- The Town Council took action at the January 12, 2016 Council meeting supporting Town Manager Stephen Seidel to move forward with engaging an executive recruiter to begin the search for the new Fire Chief. According to the ‘Interlocal Agreement for Fire Department Personnel Services’ between the Town and Trophy Club Municipal Utility District No. 1 (TC MUD), Fire Department staff are Town employees, including the Fire Chief, thus it is the Town’s responsibility to hire Fire Chief Thomas’ replacement. Recruiting a…