Update (January 13, 2016) --- The Town Council took action at the January 12, 2016 Council meeting supporting Town Manager Stephen Seidel to move forward with engaging an executive recruiter to begin the search for the new Fire Chief. According to the ‘Interlocal Agreement for Fire Department Personnel Services’ between the Town and Trophy Club Municipal Utility District No. 1 (TC MUD), Fire Department staff are Town employees, including the Fire Chief, thus it is the Town’s responsibility to hire Fire Chief Thomas’ replacement. Recruiting a…
Last year Trophy Club participated in the ‘blue light movement' and many residents turned their front porch light blue in support of law enforcement. ‘Turn Trophy Club Blue’ lets every First Responder know that they are supported, no matter what uniform they wear.
Keep a blue light (porch light or flameless candle in the window) burning through the night from December 31, 2015 to January 31, 2016 to show your support for Public Safety.
Baylor Regional Medical Center in Grapevine is now in “Active Pursuit” status for Level II Trauma Center designation. Effective immediately, Trophy Club Emergency Medical Services (EMS) will now transport all trauma victims to Baylor Grapevine. The “active pursuit” status for Baylor Grapevine means that trauma care is closer than ever for citizens in need of medical attention. Previously, trauma victims were transported by air or ambulance to John Peter Smith, Methodist Medical or Parkland Hospitals to receive trauma care.
The Town is collecting non-perishable food items for the Roanoke Food Pantry this holiday season. If you would like to donate to families in need, food can be dropped off at the Fire Station, Municipal Building and Court/Permitting lobby Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Please bring food items for donation by December 13th.
Thank you for donating to those in need this holiday season!
Posted by April Reiling on Oct 22, 2015
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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.
Calling all Trophy Club Residents: Take a proactive approach to crime prevention in the community by organizing block parties on Tuesday, October 6 for National Night Out (NNO).
National Night Out is an event that brings neighbors together to get to know one another, share information and swap ideas about how to prevent crimes from happening in the community. Neighborhoods can plan a block party for the street and Trophy Club police and fire personnel will come to your block party to answer questions, provide information and just mingle…
Every year the Town, Police Department, Fire Department and Trophy Club citizens honor the 9-11-01 victims and heroes with a Patriot Day Ceremony. This year the ceremony will also include a Public Safety Appreciation component where community members can recognize and show support for the first responders who risk their lives to keep us safe everyday.
Friday, September 11
Trophy Club Fire Station
295 Trophy Club Drive
Bring blue or red helium balloons…