The roundabout located at Trophy Lake Drive and Trophy Club Drive carries hundreds of cars each day to various destinations. Proper navigation through the roundabout is important for the safety of drivers, golf carts, pedestrians and cyclists. The roundabout has become the standard as a traffic control safety device throughout the world because of its simplicity, reduced crash severity and reduced long term maintenance costs. As with any new traffic control device, the motorist, bicyclist and pedestrian must become accustomed to the proper means…
The Trophy Club Fire Department routinely attends continuing education training in order to maintain the knowledge and skills necessary to respond to any particular emergency. Communicating and working with air medical transportation in the event a patient needs rapid transport to a hospital requires specialized training and coordination with other agencies.
Next week, the Trophy Club Fire Department will be hosting its annual “Landing Zone” training with PHI Air Medical. PHI is a major air ambulance provider across the country, providing…
Trophy Club shares a border with hundreds of acres of natural, undeveloped property that is home to a large wildlife population. Many variables, including weather, climate changes, the season, human behavior, etc can cause the wildlife to move into residential neighborhoods seeking shelter, food and water sources. These animals, although sometimes a nuisance, are generally not a danger to humans or pets (and want to avoid people as much as people want to avoid them).
Recently, there have been several snake sightings around town and although…
The Town of Trophy Club has planned a Town Hall Meeting for Thursday, August 8 at 7:00 p.m. at the Lake Cities Church of Christ. Recently, the Town Council proposed a Strategic Partnership Agreement between the Town, TC MUD 1 and Westlake that laid out a plan to consolidate the TC MUD 1 government with the Town of Trophy Club government and provide for appropriate negotiations with Westlake in regards to Solana. The goal is for Trophy Club to become a full service township someday, which represents a more efficient, streamlined and unified local…
Trophy Club's annual PetFest event is around the corner and leashed pets are welcome to attend!Saturday, September 21, 2013
Freedom Dog Park
9:00 a.m. to Noon
- Free t-shirts while supplies last
- Free food
- Free drinks
- Free swag
- Vendors from all over will offer various pet-related products, services, and educational materials for animal lovers
Join us at one of the premiere dog parks in the Metroplex for an opportunity for dogs & dog lovers to…
July 27, 2013 --- UPDATE: The Denton County Health Department (DCHD) has confirmed the first human case of West Nile virus for 2013 in the county. The patient is in his 40s, resides in the City of Denton, and has West Nile fever (the milder form of the illness). For patient confidentiality reasons, no further personal information will be released.
July 18, 2013 --- The Town of Trophy Club, in conjunction with local health departments and municipalities, implemented a multifaceted Mosquito Management Program in the spring to help prevent…
On June 24, 2013, the Town Council took Executive Action to form a Blue Ribbon Panel comprised of 12 TC MUD 1 and Public Improvement District (PID) residents.The Panel will be charged with investigating the optimal solution to the future TC MUD 1 and Town government structure by:
- examining the current government structure in Trophy Club,
- researching best practices for municipal government and
- providing a recommendation to the Council regarding a local government consolidation.
We are looking…