Communication & Marketing

The Communications and Marketing Manager is committed to providing the highest quality of service to our residents and the community, as well as all departments and programs within the Town of Trophy Club by sharing the Town's strategic vision and core values for stewardship, service, teamwork, accountability, and leadership across multiple communication channels.

The Communications Manager is charged with managing day-to-day communications from the town to a variety of audiences. The Communications Manager relays public information to the community regarding an array of issues, from new laws to park additions and emergency notifications. The Communications Manager provides information to the media and works with department heads, elected officials and civic groups in town on a variety of communication, marketing, and advertising projects.



The Communications Manager is responsible for the following:

  • Developing relationships with surrounding municipalities
  • Emergency management communication
  • Liaison between the Town and community groups/outside organizations
  • Media inquiries and coordination
  • Producing communication pieces, including newsletters and email blasts
  • Social media management and marquee messaging
  • Website management and maintenance
  1. COVID-19 TC Updates and Information

    Protecting Trophy Club is a cornerstone of the Town’s operations. It’s essential to have important information about COVID-19 and what TC is doing: Read on...
  2. TC General Election to be Postponed

    Town Council has notified Tarrant and Denton County election administrators of their intent to postpone the May 02 election to Nov 3. Read on...
  3. COVID-19 Case Confirmation in Trophy Club

    We are sharing the unfortunate news that Trophy Club has received confirmation from Denton County Public Health about 2 confirmed cases of COVID-19 here in town. Read on...
  4. Trophy Club Mayor Declares Local Disaster

    This is a proactive step by Trophy Club officials to prevent the community spread of COVID-19 seen in other parts of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Read on...
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