Posted by Sherri Lewis on Nov 09, 2017
Tags: TCFD, Water, Community, Public Health
During the months of November and December, the FD “flows hydrants” to test the system.
Posted by Sherri Lewis on Mar 28, 2017
Tags: Community, Town News, Water
The Fort Worth Water Department is experiencing changes in the taste and odor of the drinking water coming from the North Holly Water Treatment Plant.
Posted by Sherri Lewis on Aug 22, 2016
Tags: Water, Community, Landscaping, Town News
Trophy Club has a good number of new residents in town! Many of you have inquired about what days you are allowed to water. The water schedule is as follows:
No watering between 10am and 6pm on any day.
Hand watering and soaker hoses are allowed any time.
SUNDAY – Residential watering (odd addresses)
MONDAY – NO WATERING ALLOWED
TUESDAY – Commercial watering
WEDNESDAY – Residential watering (even addresses)
THURSDAY – Residential watering (odd addresses)
Posted by Sherri Lewis on Jul 25, 2016
Tags: Community, Recreation, Public Health, TCFD, Town News, Water
It’s no secret, it gets HOT in Texas during the summer. Whether you’re working or working out, swimming in the pool or playing on the playground, it’s important to stay hydrated.
Posted by Sherri Lewis on Jun 22, 2016
Tags: West Nile Virus, Animals, Community, Public Safety, Public Health, Water, Town News
Mosquito Ground Spraying June 23 and June 24
Posted by Sherri Lewis on Jun 16, 2016
Update (June 16, 2016) --- A mosquito sample collected at Trophy Club Drive and Trophy Park Drive tested positive for West Nile Virus (WNV). Out of the 100 specimens tested from the site, one tested positive. Larviciding efforts have been stepped up and truck-mounted ground spraying (adulticiding) will take place Friday, June 17 and Saturday, June 18 in the evenings between 9:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. Ground spraying will occur in a 1/2 mile radius of where the positive mosquito sample was collected.
Tags: Community, Denton County, Public Safety, Public Health, Town News, West Nile Virus, Water, Animals
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Posted by Sherri Lewis on Jun 15, 2016
Come experience many of the skills, tools and equipment that Firefighters and Paramedics use everyday! This 5 day course will give you an inside look at what it’s like to be a Firefighter/Paramedic. There is no enrollment fee; simply return the application! Fire Camp is for high school students - freshmen through senior.
Tags: Community, Events, Water, Volunteer, TCFD, BNHS, Public Safety, Schools
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