Famed Dallas eatery and bar, Bread Winners Café and Bakery & The Quarter Bar, is opening a new location in Trophy Club next year! Owners Jim and Cindy Hughes have signed the lease on a property located on SH 114 frontage road in the Trophy Wood District, an up-and-coming suburban destination featuring distinctive dining, overnight accommodations, and development plans for future shopping, a Town Hall/Police facility and public amenities. Design plans for the new restaurant and bar are underway and include the uniquely eclectic Bread Winners…
On Saturday, July 18th the Trophy Club Police Explorers traveled to Rosenberg, Texas for their fist Explorer Competition since the post was re-established by Police Chief Patrick Arata last year. Trophy Club Explorers competed against 57 teams from across the state, which included posts from the US Border Patrol, Houston PD, Harris County Sheriff’s Office, Mesquite PD and others.Trophy Club Explorers took Second Place in Active Shooter and First Place in DWI!
Update (August 17, 2015) --- Thank you to everyone who participated in the K9 naming contest! There were 471 votes for the final name and the breakdown is:
Hogan = 137 votes
Indy = 174 votes
TC = 160 votes
The new TCPD K9 will be named Indy! Congratulations to April Reiling and Erin Myers for coming up with the final name. When the dog arrives we will host a badge ceremony and meet-and-greet for the community. More to come!Choose the New K9’s Final Name <<< Click the link…
Rose rosette disease (RRD) has infiltrated North Texas and many Trophy Club rose bushes have been affected. Several medians in Town contain knock out roses that must be removed as a result of the disease. Due to the aggressive nature of RRD, infected rose bushes should be removed and destroyed in order to help eliminate further spreading.
Read more about Rose Rosette Disease
Symptoms and Diagnosis
The earliest symptoms of rose rosette disease include a red pigmentation of the underside of leaf…
For the fifth year in a row, the Town of Trophy Club has earned the Texas Comptroller Leadership Circle designation for financial transparency. This year marks the second year that Trophy Club has been awarded the highest level for performance: Platinum.
Check out the Town of Trophy Club Financial Transparency webpage.
The Comptroller of Public Accounts launched the Texas Comptroller Leadership Circle program in December 2009 to recognize local governments across Texas that are striving to meet a high standard for financial…