Welcome to the new Town of Trophy Club website! Several new features have been added for a more enjoyable online experience, including the TC Exchange, a news portal that allows for public comment and article submissions from the community. The website also incorporates an attractive new layout and design, as well as added content to meet the needs of a variety of users. As with any website launch, the introductory period is vital to receiving feedback from users and allowing for tweaks and changes to the site, so please let us know…
On the first Saturday of each month, weather permitting, volunteers are welcomed to participate in the community Beach Clean Up at Trophy Club Park. If you have 3 hours to spend giving back to your community, please join your friends and neighbors at the Trophy Club Park guard shack (2885 Trophy Park Drive) at 8:00 a.m. Water will be provided to all volunteers, but please dress appropriately for the weather and environment. This includes wearing a hat, sunglasses, gloves, footwear, bug spray,…
In 2012 the town installed a NEOS System near the playground at Harmony Park, which is a state-of-the-art outdoor gaming system designed to get kids and adults outside and exercising. NEOS is a fun, interactive electronic game that offers a creative alternative to today’s traditional at-home gaming systems. There are three components to the NEOS System:
- NEOS Wall
- NEOS 360
- NEOS Ring
The NEOS System includes one or two-player competitions (two-player option can be played as teams with multiple…
Update --- December 11, 2014
The FY14-15 budget does not include free Roanoke Library Services for residents and the Town Council directed staff to look into alternative library options. The Parks & Recreation Department is examining various programs, including Community Library Houses that would be located at Trophy Club parks and allow residents to take and return books on the honor system. A similar program is called Little Free Libraries.
More information will be provided when it’s available.
Filing for the Trophy Club Town Council election began January 30 and ends March 1 at 5:00 p.m. This spring, Trophy Club voters will be electing a Council member for Place 5.
Candidate Packets are available at Town Offices located at 100 Municipal Drive. You will be required to sign for a Candidate Packet. Please contact the Town Secretary at 682-831-4605 to make an appointment to file for a place on the Ballot.
Further election information is available on the May 11, 2013 Trophy Club Elections webpage, including qualifications…