Posted by April Reiling on Apr 07, 2016
Tags: Animals, Community, Events, Schools, Recreation, Parks, Trophy Club Park, Trophy Club Gives
Growing Up WILD (GUW) is a childhood education program that builds on a child’s sense of wonder about nature and invites them to explore wildlife and the world around them. Through a wide range of activities and experiences, GUW provides an early foundation for developing positive impressions about the world of nature and lifelong social & academic skills. Register for your kids for Growing Up WILD to discover the un-ending beauty of the great outdoors! For more information and registration, visit keeptrophyclubwild.org.
Posted by April Reiling on Mar 15, 2016
Tags: Community, Denton County, Government, Town News, Public Health, Parks, Trophy Club Park, Water, West Nile Virus, Zika Virus
This winter season has been unusually wet and warm, providing attractive breeding conditions for a variety of insects, including mosquitoes.
For the second year, the Town has contracted with an independent company specializing in mosquito surveillance and abatement for the 2016 mosquito season, which begins May 1st. The Mosquito Management Program includes weather monitoring, activity reports, inspection and ongoing larvicide treatment of known mosquito development sites, storm water catch basin inspection and treatment, adult mosquito…
Posted by April Reiling on Feb 26, 2016
Tags: Community, Government, Town News, Recreation, Parks, Public Health, Volunteer, Trophy Club Park, Trophy Club Gives
The Trophy Club Town Council is seeking residents who are willing to spend a few hours a month to serve their community.
Now Accepting Applications
Animal Shelter Advisory Board
The Animal Shelter Advisory Board is charged with working with staff to set standards for the town's animal shelter and the care of animals, and to provide periodic reports to the Texas Department of Health.
The board consists of five people who shall serve for a period of one year. The terms of office commence on October…
Posted by April Reiling on Feb 09, 2016
Tags: Community, Town News, Recreation, Public Health, Trophy Club Park
February is American Heart month and to help kick it off we have 10 ways our parks and programs can improve your family's heart health.
For more information on Trophy Club parks, please visit www.tcparksandrec.org.
1. Visit Freedom Dog Park
Let your dog off the leash and walk some laps around Freedom Dog Park. Walking just 3 laps along the fence line on the large dog side equals 1 mile!
2. Attend a Hip Hop Dance Class
Posted by April Reiling on Dec 29, 2015
Tags: Community, Government, Holiday, Town News, TCPD, Recreation, Public Safety, Parks, Trophy Club Park
Many drones were gifted this holiday season and the Federal Aviation Administration has rolled out guidelines and a registration program to help users fly safely and responsibly.
Drone and model aircraft pilots are strongly encouraged to follow the federal safety guidelines for drones and other model aircraft, which include:
- Fly below 400 feet and remain clear of surrounding obstacles
- Keep the aircraft within visual line of sight at all times
- Remain well clear of and…
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 Sep 03, 2015
Tags: Community, Events, Government, Parks, Trophy Club Park, Trophy Club Gives, Town News, Volunteer, Water
The Spring rainy season brought several severe thunderstorms that left Lake Grapevine above flood level all summer. Trophy Club Park has been closed to regular traffic since June due to high water levels in the park, and as water continues to recede debris is left littering the park. The flood debris must be removed/cleaned up before the park is fully operational again, and we need a community-wide effort to help cleanup Trophy Club Park!
Registered volunteers will receive an official “Restore TCP: Debris Crew” hat! #2015tcpdebriscrew