Boards & Commissions
Trophy Club's boards, commissions, and committees are comprised of resident volunteers who advise the Town on current issues and assist the Council in policy development and administration of services. A member or alternate member of a board or commission must be a resident and a qualified voter of the Town of Trophy Club at the time of his or her appointment.
Crime Control and Prevention District Board Appointments
At the August 27, 2019 Council meeting, the Town Council appointed Frederick Lohmann and Christopher McAllister to the Crime Control and Prevention District (CCPD) Board. Frederick offers 42 years of law enforcement experience with municipal, county, and state agencies. He also has 21 years of experience in the investigation of insurance fraud, vehicle, and equipment theft with commercial and property casualty multi-line insurance corporations and the National Insurance Crime Bureau. Christopher has lived in Trophy Club for 11 years and brings a wealth of experience that includes a military, government emergency management, and government contracting background. He is a former volunteer fireman and is excited to serve and help support crime control and prevention within the Town.
Leo Daniels, Joe Tellez, and James Jay Isherwood were reappointed to serve on the CCPD Board. Leo has been a resident of Trophy Club for eight years and currently serves as a Police Lieutenant for another municipality. He has over 17 years of law enforcement experience and has served in multiple roles that include Criminal Investigation Task Force Officer and Sergeant of Homeland Security/Special Events. Joe has 30 years of law enforcement experience consisting of 10 years serving as a Correctional Officer, Correctional Sergeant and Correctional Counselor. The remaining 20 years he worked as a Parole Agent and an Assistant Unit Supervisor. James has been a resident for 13 years and offers 20 years of military experience. He has been on the Board for six years and currently serves as their Vice Chairperson.
We are excited that these amazing residents are part of the Trophy Club volunteer team!
The Town relies extensively upon the expertise of residents who serve on Town Boards, Commissions, and Corporations. These volunteers have been an important part of the Town structure since Trophy Club was incorporated in 1985. We are blessed with amazing volunteers and hope the tradition of an active resident volunteer base in Trophy Club continues. Please apply if you have the time, passion, and/or interest to serve on any Board, Commission, or Corporation. Thank you for your interest in serving our Community!
The Planning and Zoning Commission requires a Supplemental Application (PDF) as well as a regular Board and Commission Application.
Applicants for Boards, Commissions, or Corporations must be United States Citizens and registered voters prior to their appointment and must also be Trophy Club residents for at least 6 months prior to their appointment. Based upon good cause shown, Council may waive the voter registration and/or length of residency requirement for a person appointed to a Board, Commission, or Corporation, except where restricted by State law. Neither Town elected officials, nor persons appointed to fill vacancies on any elected Town governmental body may serve on a Town Board, Commission, or Corporation, per Town Charter.
The technical expertise of applicants shall be a consideration in gaining an appointment.
The Town Council is the appointing authority for all applicants to positions on the various Boards, Commissions, and Corporations. Anyone interested in serving on a Board, Commission, or Corporation must first fill out the Town’s Board and Commission Application.
If a member of a Board, Commission, or Corporation fails to attend 3 consecutive regular meetings without being excused by the Board, Commission, or Corporation, that member’s appointment may be declared forfeited by the Town Council. A member who is unable to attend a meeting shall notify the Staff Liaison of his/her inability to attend the meeting and shall provide an explanation of the conflict or other reason that prevents his/her attendance.
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County Level Volunteers
In addition, Trophy Club residents may volunteer at the county level as well. Both Denton Central Appraisal District and Tarrant Appraisal District allow all taxing jurisdictions to select individuals to serve on their Board of Directors and Appraisal Review Boards.