Boards & Commissions
The Town's Boards, Commissions, and Corporations are comprised of resident volunteers who advise the Town Council on policy development and administration of services. Members must be a resident and qualified voter of the Town of Trophy Club at the time of appointment.
If you are interested in watching a Board Meeting after it has taken place, please visit the Town of Trophy Club YouTube channel @TrophyClubGov and click on Board Meeting Replay playlist to view past meetings.
PLEASE NOTE: Prior to video recordings, ALL board and commission meetings have been audio recorded, stored and are available via Soundcloud here.
Meeting replays are typically posted within two days after each meeting.
Animal Shelter Advisory Board
The Animal Shelter Advisory Board is charged with working with staff to set standards for the town's animal shelter and the care of animals, and to provide periodic reports to the Texas Department of Health.Link to page
Arts and Culture Ad Hoc Committee
The Trophy Club Arts and Culture Ad Hoc Committee consists of between 5 - 8 possible members who have been appointed by the Town Council for one-year terms. The Arts and Culture Ad Hoc Committee advises the Town Council on all matters related to public art in Trophy Club. The Arts and Culture Ad Hoc Committee seeks to align all public art initiatives in Trophy Club with resident and Town Council priorities and will head several arts-related programs throughout the year.Link to page
Building Standards Commission
The Building Standards Commission hears and determines cases concerning alleged violations of Ordinances regulating buildings and structures. The Commission is tasked with determining whether buildings and structures within the Town meet minimum building, fire, floodplain, and related code requirements.Link to page
Charter Review Commission
The Charter Review Commission reviews the Town Charter and make Charter amendment recommendations, where appropriate, that will help protect or enhance the rights, powers and benefits of all Trophy Club residents.Link to page
Connectivity Ad Hoc Committee
The Connectivity Ad Hoc Committee is composed of five residents and serves the Town with the purpose of focusing on ways to create a more walkable, bikable, cartable community, with efforts that could reduce the number of cars on Trophy Club Streets and create sustainability goals that reduce Trophy Club’s carbon footprint. Efforts will include the Loop Road and Pathways to focus on trail mappings, expanding connection points, and working with neighboring communities to create connectivity at town borders. The goals could include requesting federal, state and local resources to assist with the efforts.Link to page
Crime Control & Prevention District
The Crime Control and Prevention District (CCPD) assists the Town in developing and maintaining a crime control plan and a budget for programs designed to help with policing and safety for the community of Trophy Club.Link to page
Economic Development Corporation 4B
The Economic Development Corporation 4B (EDC 4B) promotes economic development within the Town and the State of Texas in order to eliminate unemployment and under employment, and to promote and encourage employment and the public welfare of, for, and on behalf of the town by undertaking, developing, providing, and financing projects under the Economic Development Act and as defined in Section 4B of the Act.Link to page
Ethics Review Commission
The Ethics Review Commission administers the Code of Ethics and Conduct ordinance relating to elected officers, appointed board, committee and commission members and Town employees.Link to page
Parks & Recreation Board
The Park Board exists to allow residents to play a more active role and to provide direct citizen input to the Parks and Recreation Director for the development of parks and recreational facilities with the Town.Link to page
Planning & Zoning Commission
The Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) reviews all applications for development within the Town for compliance with zoning ordinances and the Comprehensive Land Use Plan.Link to page
Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ) 1 Board
The Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ) Number 1 board promotes an economically thriving district that enhances and strengthens the town's tax base, attracts new investment opportunities, and preserves existing development values through the use of available financial, marketing, land planning, and capital infrastructure development tools.Link to page
Zoning Board of Adjustment
The Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) serves as an appeal body for individuals seeking variances or special exemptions to the zoning ordinance or to a decision made by an administrative official enforcing the ordinance.Link to page
B&C Upcoming Meeting DatesLink to page
Apply for B&C Positions
Interested in getting involved in a Trophy Club board or commission? If so, click here to fill out an application so you can be a part of the volunteer team today!Link to page
Want To Get Involved?
The Town relies extensively upon the expertise of residents who serve on Town Boards, Commissions, and Corporations. Volunteers are an important part of the community since Trophy Club was incorporated in 1985. We are blessed with amazing volunteers and hope the tradition of an active resident volunteer base in Trophy Club continues. Please apply if you have the time, passion, and/or interest to serve on any Board, Commission, or Corporation. Thanking you in advance for your service!
Please email the Town Secretary's Office or call 682-237-2903 with any questions.
Applicants for Boards, Commissions, or Corporations must be United States Citizens, Registered voters, and Trophy Club Residents 6 months prior to their appointment. Based upon good cause shown, Town Council may waive the voter registration and/or length of residency for an applicant except where restricted by State Law. Per the Town Charter, Board, Commission, or Corporation Members may not serve concurrently on the Town Council.
The Town Council is the appointing authority for all Boards, Commissions, and Corporation positions. Interviews may be conducted as necessary by the Town Council.
If a member of a Board, Commission, or Corporation fails to attend 3 consecutive regular meetings without being excused by the Board, Commission, or Corporation, that member’s appointment may be declared forfeited by the Town Council. A member who is unable to attend a meeting shall notify the Town Governance Officer of his/her inability to continue to serve or shall provide an explanation of the conflict or other reason.