Congressman Michael Burgess has extended an invitation to Trophy Club residents to attend the upcoming Energy Summit & Fair on Saturday, July 23rd at UNT’s Discovery Park. The keynote speaker will be ERCOT CEO Bill Magness.
Trophy Club is the #2 Safest City!
From hometown crowds enjoying the Friday night lights to jars of delicious sweet tea and Austin’s mouthwatering barbecue, there are plenty of big reasons to love Texas. Some of the best country singers of all time — including Willie Nelson, George Strait, and Miranda Lambert — hail from the Lone Star State. It’s also one of the most affordable places to put down roots, and there’s no state income tax. If you’re not on the road to Texas yet, the outstanding record of its 50 safest cities may just…
At the April 12, 2016 Council meeting, the Town Council appointed Michael Pipkins to the Planning & Zoning Commission (P&Z). Michael has been a resident of Trophy Club for two years and has 29 years of industry experience as a seasoned architect. Throughout his career Michael has worked with other communities as an architect presenting to various community boards, design committees and city/county planning commissions. His diverse portfolio includes experience with high rise construction, hospitality additions and expansions, casino expansions…
Update (March 30, 2016) --- Last night the Town Council considered the proposed PD-30 amendments, as well as P&Z recommendations brought forward from the March 24th meeting. After negotiating with the development team on a variety of topics, the Town Council voted 6-1 to approve the PD-30 amendments with P&Z’s recommendations and several conditions, including:
- required a minimum of two enhanced paving features (wide speed bumps) to be installed on the roadway in front of the hotel at intersecting roads in order to slow traffic
- In 2015 Trophy Club celebrated 30 years of incorporation and the 30th Anniversary Committee held several…
Posted by April Reiling on Oct 22, 2015
Tags: BNHS, Business, Community, Economic Development, Hospitality, Landscaping, Town News, TCPD, TCFD, Schools, Recreation, Public Safety, Public Health, Parks, Trophy Club Park
Trophy Club residents frequently comment about the excellent quality of life, safe neighborhoods, great schools, variety of amenities and outdoor activities, and high level of service in the community. In addition to happy residents, Trophy Club also consistently ranks highly as a “Best Suburb” in regional and national media.
- Business Insider recently ranked the top 50 Best Suburbs in America and TROPHY CLUB ranked #36 overall.
- Real Estate website Jason's House ranked TROPHY CLUB as the #6 Best Dallas Suburb.
Posted by April Reiling on Aug 07, 2015
Tags: Business, Community, Economic Development, Government, Parks, Trophy Club Park, Transparency, Town News, TCPD, TCFD, Shop Trophy Club:Where Dollars Make Cents, Road Construction, Recreation, Public Safety
Update (October 1, 2015) --- The Town Council adopted the FY15-16 Town Budget on September 22, 2015. The formal budget is currently under development, but the approved budget is available for review. The FY15-16 budget is based on a $0.484/$100 valuation tax rate, which is a $0.006 reduction over last years tax rate.
The Town Manager’s Office and Finance Department presented the Fiscal Year 2015-2016 (FY15-16) Proposed Budget to Town Council on July 31, 2015 in accordance with the Town Charter. The proposed budget represents a road…