Posted by April Reiling on Feb 14, 2014
Tags: Community, Parks, Town News
The dinosaur-themed playground is still in the works and will hopefully become a reality soon for young Trophy Club residents! The Dino Playground equipment has already been purchased and upon site approval, will be delivered and installed. Although Freedom Dog Park is the current proposed playground location, the Town continues to evaluate other potential sites.
The original playground site at the end of Trophy Club Drive (behind the gas well) was selected based on the proximity to The Highlands development (the developer is contributing…
Posted by April Reiling on Feb 06, 2014
Tags: Community, Denton County, Government, Public Safety, Schools, TCFD, TCPD, Town News
UPDATE (February 10, 2014 at 11:00 p.m.) --- Due to icey conditions on roadways and bridges, Trophy Club Municipal Offices will be closed Tuesday, February 11, 2014. Please stay off roadways if possible.
Weather permitting, Allied Waste anticipates that trash collection will run as usual tomorrow.
UPDATE (February 6, 2014 10:05 p.m.) --- The Town follows NISD's inclement weather policy, therefore Trophy Club Municipal Offices will open at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow - Friday, February 7, 2014:
Posted by Alora Wachholz on Jan 29, 2014
Tags: Community, Elections, Government, Town News
Unofficial Election Results
More election information, including Primary Election Early Voting Locations and Times, is available on the May 10, 2014 Election Webpage.
On May 10, 2014, Trophy Club eligible voters will cast their ballot for the following:
Town Council Positions
MAYOR (3 YEAR TERM)
Vote for None or One:
[ ] Connie White [ ] Nick Sanders
COUNCIL MEMBER PLACE 1 (3 YEAR TERM)
Vote for None or One:
[ ] Larry Hoover [ ] Jim Parrow
Posted by Alora Wachholz on Jan 22, 2014
Tags: Community, Public Safety, TCPD, Town News, Volunteer
Interested in learning about the “real” world of Law Enforcement and policing Trophy Club style? Join the Trophy Club Police Department (TCPD) as a member of the 2014 Spring Citizen’s Police Academy, which starts on:
March 27 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., or until the last question is asked - whichever is later. (The last class will be held on Wednesday, June 4th from 6:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. at the Denton County Sheriff's Department.)
Posted by Alora Wachholz on Jan 16, 2014
Tags: Community, Business, Events, Parks, Recreation, Town News, Trophy Club Park, Schools, Volunteer
Each year, the Town hosts various events intended to unite friends, family, and neighbors in celebration. These events offer residents the chance to enjoy the community, participate in popular national holidays, and provide opportunities for fun educational experiences. In 2014 the Parks and Recreation Department will host a series of smaller events, programs and classes each month for Trophy Club residents of all ages. All events, locations, and dates will be regularly updated on the town's Special Events page as…
Posted by April Reiling on Jan 16, 2014
Tags: Community, Public Safety, TCPD, Town News
On Wednesday, January 15, 2014 at approximately 4:45 p.m., a male in a green Ford Explorer or Escape approached two teenage girls walking home and asked for directions to the golf course. Upon providing directions, one of the girls observed the male with his zipper down and playing with something between his legs. The incident occurred at the corner of Morgan Lane and Highlands Drive.
The driver in question is a white male between approximately 30-40 years old with light brown hair (graying in front and sides) wearing a t-shirt and blue…
Posted by April Reiling on Jan 14, 2014
Tags: Community, Business, Government, Public Health, Town News, Water
News from TC MUD 1, who purchases water from the City of Fort Worth --- The Fort Worth Water Department is experiencing changes in the taste and odor of the drinking water coming from the Rolling Hills and Westside water treatment plants. The Water Department assures customers the water is safe for drinking, cooking, bathing and all other purposes, even though it has an earthy smell and taste.
Last week, Tarrant Regional Water District switched the water supply for the treatment plants to Lake Benbrook because of maintenance…