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…
At the June 14, 2016 Council meeting, the Town Council appointed Pamela Swan to the Animal Shelter Advisory Board. Pamela has been a resident of Trophy Club for three years and has over 30 years of managed healthcare and occupational medicine experience. Also at the June 14th Council meeting, Council appointed members to the recently created Building Standards Commission. The Building Standards Commission hears and determines cases concerning alleged violations of Ordinances regulating buildings and structures.
The July 4th Celebration is Trophy Club’s largest event of the year and we love celebrating our red, white and blue roots! We have a full day of fun, Patriotic events planned on Monday, July 4, 2016!
Town Manager Stephen Seidel has hired retired Fire Chief Rick Lasky to serve as the Interim Fire Chief for the Trophy Club Fire Department. Interim Chief Lasky’s first day is Monday, May 2nd.
"It's a tremendous honor to serve as Interim Fire Chief for the Trophy Club Fire Department. The Town of Trophy Club has a strong sense of community, one that values family, so the decision was an easy one,” said Interim Chief Lasky.
"This is a great fire department with great firefighters and officers, and our goal will be to provide…
At the Council meeting on April 26th, the Town Council announced and recognized six Trophy Club residents who were nominated by peers in the community for the 2015 Citizen of the Year honor. All six nominees had outstanding volunteer backgrounds and make huge impacts on the community, schools, neighborhoods and various organizations they serve. Congratulations to all nominees — we are so proud to have such fantastic citizens in Trophy Club!
Kelly Castonguay — Recipient
In October 2015, residents of the Trophy Club Municipal Utility District No. 1 (TC MUD) filed an appeal of the water and sewer rates set by the MUD Board with the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUC), and the Trophy Club Public Improvement District (PID) residents petitioned to be a party to that appeal. Subsequently, the PUC denied the PID residents the right to join in the appeal filed by the MUD residents. The parties are currently at the stage where they are negotiating an agreed procedural schedule for the appeal, and each party…