- Community Development
- Code Enforcement
The mission of the Town of Trophy Club Code Enforcement Division is to have a positive impact on the city as a whole and to improve the quality of life throughout the community. Code Enforcement will achieve these objectives through professionalism and positive interaction with the community. Code Enforcement will respond promptly to all reported violations, educate the public on nuisance ordinances, and continue to provide quality service to the community.
Areas of Interest
Common Code Violations
High grass and weeds, signs, and broken fences are just a few of the common code violations.
Submit A Violation
Residents may use this form to submit code/ordinance violations to the Town of Trophy Club.
Trash & Recycling
Please see this page for information on Recycling and Trash
Political Campaign Signs
During campaign season, the landscape blooms with a special kind of flower - the political sign. Unlike wildflowers which are welcome anywhere, putting campaign signs on public lands is illegal. So before you plant that sign, learn the law and keep Texas beautiful.
Code Enforcement seeks compliance with Town ordinances pertaining to maintenance, sanitation, rehabilitation, conservation, and safety of existing residential and commercial properties, such as:
- Cars parked in yards
- High weeds and grass
- Junked vehicles, etc.
What is Code Compliance?
Code compliance is an effort to help keep Trophy Club safe and clean by investigating complaints and inspecting properties within the Town to enforce Town ordinances related to nuisances and zoning violations. The most common Code violations include high grass and weeds, trash and rubbish accumulation, placing refuse out too soon for collection, junked vehicles, parking on grass, and living or sleeping in recreational vehicles parked on residential lots. The Town is authorized to pursue criminal and civil remedies to abate nuisances within Trophy Club.
How do I Report a Violation?
Report violations to the Code Enforcement office at 682-237-2921 or report online. It is especially helpful to provide an exact description of the complaint (such as "junked vehicle parked in the front yard") and the complete address of the property in which the violation occurred. If the complete address is unknown, please provide the block number and street name. Reports may be made anonymously using the online form. Please note that information provided is subject to Public Information laws.
Please see this page for overnight parking