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The Town of Trophy Club requires that certain groups/individuals acquire a permit prior to conducting any solicitations. For more information view the Article IV Peddlers and Solicitors (PDF). You may also contact the Permitting Departement at 682-237-2917.
Please see the Trophy Club event calendar.
Please see our Youth Sports Associations page.
Please see the Staff Directory for a full list of phone numbers and email addresses.
Trophy Club is home to a number of churches and denominations. Please see our Places of Worship page.
Trophy Club is part of Northwest ISD.
Please see the list of area private schools.
The State of Texas now offers online driver’s license renewal. Driver’s licenses can also be obtained or renewed at any Texas Department of Public Safety Office. The nearest offices are:
For the nearest office to obtain license plates or vehicle registration contact:Denton County Auto Registration300 E McKinneyDenton, TX 76202Phone: 940-349-3510
Yes. Please visit the Animal Control page for information. Or, call the Animal Control office at 682-237-2969.
Town ordinances no longer require pets to be registered in the Town of Trophy Club. However, there is a value in having dogs registered in the database system. Why register your dog? Trophy Club utilizes a database where the information from your registration form is inputted. This database is very robust and it can be accessed from all police vehicle computers. The goal is to get your pets home as quickly as possible and registration can make a difference AND it’s FREE to Trophy Club Residents. For more information on registering your pet please visit our Animal Control page or contact Brian Hall, TCPD Animal Control Officer.
Trophy Club Animal Shelter impound fees are currently ten dollars a day. For more information please visit our Animal Control page or contact TCPD Animal Control Officer, Brian Hall.
A state law effective September 1st requires any dog or cat, which bites a person, be quarantined in a licensed facility for ten days. Please keep your animal’s vaccinations current and maintain the records so they can be easily found. If your animal is registered with the Town and copies of current vaccines are provided, we will maintain the records for you at no cost to you. For more information please call 682-237-2969 or email TCPD Animal Control Officer, Brian Hall.
Trophy Club Animal Control works hard to return lost animals to their homes. If your pet is missing, please call 682-237-2969 or email Brian Hall, TCPD Animal Control Officer the information and a picture if available.
All Trophy Club Firefighters are dual certified. Each one holds a State certification in Firefighting as well an Emergency Medical Technician Certification, with all full-time personnel being certified to the level of Paramedic.
This allows us to have more trained individuals on the scene to assist with patient care, as well as the having the supervisor, who rides on the fire truck, to handle command and control needs as they may arise, i.e. to set up a landing zone for a helicopter should an air ambulance become necessary, or to request more resources, such as an additional ambulance, should we have multiple patients, or for vehicle stabilization and scene safety in the event of an auto accident, etc., etc. These are only a few of the potential reasons that more personnel may be needed on an emergency scene.
The Town of Trophy Club has an Outdoor Early Warning System to notify residents of potentially dangerous weather. This system may be activated for a tornado, as well as high wind and hail warnings.
This is an "Outdoor" Warning System designed to alert people who are outdoors to take cover. If you hear the sirens inside your home, please tune to a local radio or television station for details on the inclement weather.
An audible system test is performed on the first Wednesday of each month at 1 p.m.
For more information about the Emergency Management System in Trophy Club, Click Here.
Register for TC Alerts to receive weather notifications from the National Weather Service.
Please see the Parks and Recreation Department for a full list.
Find more information on the Trophy Club MUD.
Municipal Offices and Police Department are located at:1 Trophy Club DriveTrophy Club, TX 76262
Find directions to the Municipal Offices and Police Department.
Fire Department is located at:295 Trophy Club DriveTrophy Club, TX 76262
Find directions to the Fire Department.
Trophy Club is 30 miles northwest of Dallas, 23 miles northeast of Ft. Worth and less than 15 miles from DFW Airport.
Property Tax information can be obtained through the Denton Central Appraisal District by calling:
The Denton County Tax Assessor can be reached at 940-349-3500 or metro 972-434-8835 and is located at:300 E MckinneyDenton, TX 76202
View a complete list of HOAs in town.
The meeting room facilities of the Trophy Club Town Hall are primarily for the use of Town Council, Town Staff, for Town of Trophy Club sponsored events or for official government elections. When a meeting room is not in use by the Town, a Department or another city, state or federal government agency, the meeting rooms are available on a first come, first served basis to applicants as described in this policy. See the full Meeting Room Policy and Request use of a Meeting room here:
Meeting Room Policy
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OneSource Communications is the leading local provider of blazing-fast internet, flagship cable TV, and reliable telephone services in the Dallas-Fort Worth, TX metroplex since 1998. OneSource owns an extensive fiber optic network with offices conveniently located right in Keller.
OneSource Communications launched in April 1998. However, in 2020, they were bought out by the leading telecom investment company Ubiquity Management. Ubiquity invests in, develops and manages digital communications infrastructure throughout the United States. Ubiquity partners with ISPs, wireless carriers, utilities, and municipalities to deliver connectivity and sustainability solutions in underserved communities. Ubiquity’s mission focuses on providing customer choice and spurring competition, both essential components of empowering communities for the future.
The following are the companies that are part of the Ubiquity Management Family which are helping to build the communications infrastructure for the future:
Netly designs, builds, and operates city-wide, open-access fiber optic systems to radically upgrade the internet infrastructure in select markets across the United States. Netly is a developer that builds “ready-for-light” fiber networks for any and all service providers. As a wholesaler, Netly focuses on building a best-in-class system to meet all communications needs for the next 50 years. Using a city-wide design, Netly constructs once and shares cost savings amongst all users.
OneSource Communications has been a leading provider of telephone, cable TV & Internet services since 1998. Located in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro, OneSource owns an extensive fiber optic network and associated network equipment that enables a variety of services to business and residential customers.
Ubiquity Management’s , LP, which invests in critical communications infrastructure throughout the United States, has completed the acquisition of Millennium Telcom, LLC d/b/a OneSource Communications (“OneSource”), a provider of fiber-fed broadband services in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro, from Tri-County Electric Cooperative (“Tri-County”).
Ubiquity Management has invested substantially in OneSource and its 300-mile+ fiber network in DFW, which is one of the fastest growing markets in the United States.
OneSource is a telecommunications services company providing internet, phone and cable TV services to residential and business customers. OneSource’s fiber network is within 1,000 feet of approximately 72,000 homes and businesses, and with 6,100 existing customers, the company is positioned for significant growth.
“In OneSource we found an opportunity to acquire an existing fiber-based platform from which we can grow aggressively in a geography that is quickly becoming urbanized,” said Jamie Earp, Managing Partner of Ubiquity. “Continuing the relationship between OneSource and Tri-County was of additional strategic value to Ubiquity, and we look forward to finding ways to grow the OneSource network in Tri-County’s territory and beyond. The pace of development and the influx of residential and business customers in and around the OneSource footprint is tremendous and we are excited for the future of the company.”
Ubiquity has hired industry veteran Ken Carter to lead OneSource, bringing over two decades of communications operations and strategic leadership roles to the company. “OneSource aims to provide an enhanced customer experience and superior product set in one of the fastest growing markets in the United States. We have a lot to do, but I look forward to the challenges and opportunities it will bring as I help steer the business to expand our footprint, deliver new services, and with total focus on a mutual benefits for the customer, the community, and our investors,” said Carter.
Ubiquity’s ownership of OneSource will provide a platform to invest significant capital going forward via new fiber development and asset acquisition opportunities. The growing residential and business population within the service territory is expected to provide both organic and expansion growth catalysts. In addition, strategic partnerships with utilities, developers and non-competitive fiber providers is expected to provide effective and efficient deployment of new fiber-based connectivity across the market.
“Acquiring companies like OneSource where we can identify areas with low fiber penetration, take advantage of local market dynamics and extract value is core to our strategy,” said Ajay Ghanekar, Managing Partner of Ubiquity. “The increasing population density along the existing fiber backbone provides a massive opportunity to better connect communities across North Texas.”
Arvest Bank provided a $15 million senior secured credit facility, to help fund the acquisition and for general corporate purposes, with the ability to increase to $30 million subject to bank approval.
CC Capital Advisors served as the exclusive financial advisor and Husch Blackwell LLP served as legal advisor to TCEC and OneSource, while Thompson Hine LLP served as legal advisor to Ubiquity. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
Ubiquity is a private infrastructure investment firm that seeks to invest, develop and manage critical communications infrastructure throughout the United States. Ubiquity partners with wireless carriers, technology companies, broadband providers, developers and municipalities to deliver infrastructure solutions. Ubiquity’s mission is to build communications infrastructure to empower communities for the future and create value for investors in the digital age. For more information, please visit https://ubiquitygp.com/.
OneSource Communications has been a leading provider of telephone, cable TV & Internet services since 1998. OneSource owns an extensive fiber optic network and associated network equipment that enables a variety of services to business and residential customers. For more information, please visit https://www.1scom.com/.
Tri-County Electric Cooperative is a not-for-profit electric cooperative created to serve its member-owners. Tri-County is one of 64 distribution electric cooperatives in Texas and one of more than 960 electric cooperatives across the nation. The service territory includes 16 counties, more than 9,100 miles of distribution line, over 91,000 member-owners and over 116,500 meters in North Texas. For more information, please visit https://www.tcectexas.com/.
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OneSource Communications does NOT obligate you to use them as your internet provider if you sign up on their Pre-Registration Website!
OneSource Communications currently has approval for installation of their fiber cable in the areas illustrated on the map represented below in Trophy Club. OneSource is always looking to expand their service and would like to have the entire Town of Trophy Club covered by their service in the future. At this time, they will be starting with first five phases represented on the map and hopefully adding more after that.
OneSource Communications has been around since 1998, providing service in the DFW area. However, as of 2020, they are under NEW OWNERSHIP via Ubiquity Management. Ubiquity invests, develops and manages digital communications infrastructure throughout the United States. Ubiquity partners with ISPs, wireless carriers, utilities, and municipalities to deliver connectivity and sustainability solutions in underserved communities.
Ubiquity Management’s mission focuses on providing customer choice and spurring competition, both essential components of empowering communities for the future. Ubiquity's desire through OneSource Communications is to be the premier fiber optic cable provider in the DFW.
OneSource Communications will 100% absolutely repair any damage or disruption that may occur to your property during the installation of their fiber cable to your neighborhood. They work with a list a certified contractors to ensure residents' properties are respected and kept in tact.
OneSource Communications attended the December 13, 2021, Town Council Meeting and presented to the Mayor and Council Members an overview of the project. Below you will find the information from that Town Council Meeting.
- Town Council Agenda Packet
- OneSource Communications Presentation
- Town Council Meeting Recording
Highly unlikely. The new fiber going in will not intersect with your current cable providers feed. If you have further questions about this specific subject, please feel free to visit the OneSource website at www.1source.com and utilize their LIVE CHAT function! In addition, our contact with OneSource Communications is happy to provide further clarification on this subject if needed, you can contact him at BDavis@1Scom.com.
This will have to be determined during the site survey for the particular property. OneSource does support directional drilling so it's possible there will just be a long directions run to navigate to the property, if there is an air route which is supported that might be an option. OneSource will be able to determine for sure once the survey is completed on the specific property. If you have further questions about this specific subject, please feel free to visit the OneSource website at www.1source.com and utilize their LIVE CHAT function! In addition, our contact with OneSource Communications is happy to provide further clarification on this subject if needed, you can contact him at BDavis@1Scom.com.
The map today is what currently allows OneSource the most expedient manner of accesses into the areas of TC based on the location of their existing network. As OneSource continues to expand their network in and around TC they will role out additional coverage areas from that organic growth.
If you have further questions about this specific subject, please feel free to visit the OneSource website at www.1source.com and utilize their LIVE CHAT function! In addition, our contact with OneSource Communications is happy to provide further clarification on this subject if needed, you can contact him at BDavis@1Scom.com.
Please see our volunteer opportunities page.
Voter registration forms can be obtained at Trophy Club Town Hall, 1 Trophy Wood Drive. For further information, please contact Voter Registration / Elections Administrator at:
Please see the Town Council Page.
The Town of Trophy Club is a home rule municipality, with an elected Mayor and Town Council, and a Town staff managed by the Town Manager. For more about the Trophy Club government visit the Government page.
Please see the Town Council page for more information.
Phone: 800-722-1213Currently receiving Social Security Benefits? Make sure they move with you by changing your address with the Social Security Administration. For faster service, have your new address, phone number, and Social Security Number had when you call. TTY service is available at 800-325-0778.
Phone: 800-TAX-FORMDon't delay next year's tax forms. Call to change your address with the Internal Revenue Service (request form 8822). Additionally, you may be eligible to deduct your moving expenses such as sale of residence, job related moves, transportation, travel, lodging, and more form your federal taxes. TTY service is available at 800-829-4059.
A Public Improvement District is a special district created by a City or County under the authority of Chapter 372 of the Texas Local Code. The statute allows for a city or county to levy a special assessment against properties within the District to pay for improvements to the properties within the District.
PID Assessments are payments made to cover the costs associated with improvements and services in the District. There are 2 types of assessments in The Town of Trophy Club Public Improvement District Number 1 (The Highlands at Trophy Club).
Below is a graphic that was created for 2021/2022 to help illustrate the breakdown of services and costs for the two different assessments within the PID.
The fixed assessments levied against properties in the Highlands Public Improvement District (PID) pay for improvements to the properties that include the original:
Fixed assessments are based on size of the lots located within the District. The Annual Emergency Services Assessment is based on the appraised value of the lot and any improvements (just like a property tax).
Public Improvement District (PID) Assessments can be paid in full at any time by contacting DTA at 800-969-4382, or through annual installments in conjunction with your annual property taxes. The Town contracts with Denton County for annual collection, so residents may pay their annual PID Assessments along with there regular ad valorem tax payments.
Lot types are based on size:
They are more common in some states than others. If your home is in a PID, you will be taking on an extra tax obligation, but this obligation will generally be paid off when the specific infrastructure improvement is paid for. This is generally in 20 to 40 years. A buyer may also pay off the entire bill up front.
Here is a link on what the PID tax is for: https://tinyurl.com/rd7m8na. Yes, you can deduct the special assessment if it was for maintenance and repairs. According to the IRS: Local benefit taxes are deductible only if they are for maintenance, repair, or interest charges related to those benefits.
The MUD is a political entity that can levy taxes, but a PID is not a political entity and a PID uses assessments to pay off the bonds.
Yes, recycling is picked up on Fridays by Republic Services.
Friday is Recycle Day - so why are "garbage" trucks picking up our recycling? Republic simply does not have enough recycling trucks to send out everyday. There are days when the recycle trucks are in for repair, and Republic needs to use their "garbage" trucks to pick up the recycling. Rest assured that Republic does NOT mix the trash with the recycling.
Find more information regarding what you can and cannot put out on recycling day (PDF). For more information about recycling, please visit the Time to Recycle Website.
For further information, please call Allied Waste Management at 817-332-7301 or Town Staff at 682-237-2921.
Learn about this on the How to Dispose of Hazardous Waste Materials page.
View the places that dispose of used cell phones.
It's trash or recycle pickup day, and Republic Services missed my garbage! If this should happen to you, you can call Republic Services at 817-332-7301, and let them know that your trash was missed. If you call before noon, there is a good chance they can come out that same day and pick up the missed trash. If you call in the afternoon, it may be the next day before they can collect.
Learn about garbage pick up on the Garbage Pick Up page.
Water bills may be paid by:
The Town of Trophy Club offers free* Electronic Recycling twice a year at its Community Clean Up Event, typically held in the Spring and the Fall, from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m.
Following items will not be accepted: white goods, microwaves or large business copiers.
Please contact the following to handle your unwanted electronics:
Some Trophy Club residents have reported experiencing recurring power outages. If you experience a momentary (on and off very quickly) or longer power outage, contact Oncor Electric Delivery Customer Service toll free at 888-313-4747 and report the outage.
You can report an issue via our online service.
You may report them directly to Oncor Website.
Grass or weeds shall not be 12" inches or higher. Ordinance: Sec. 8.09.001
Yes, boats and trailers are allowed to be in view of the street 2 days a month. If you would like to store the trailer and or boat at your property it must be enclosed or screened behind a solid fence. The boat and or trailer must not be visible more than 18" inches over the top of the screening. Ordinance : Sec. 3.08.072
The restricted hours are from 3:00 am to 5:00 am. Ordinance: Sec. 12.04.008
Please contact Animal Control from Mon-Fri 8 am to 5 pm at 682-237-2969. If it's after those hours, please contact Police Dispatch at 972-434-5500, Option 9.
If you are unsure, please call 911. We would rather respond to a situation that isn’t critical than not be called if the patient does need emergency attention. In other words, it’s better to be safe than sorry! If we do not transport a patient to the hospital there is no charge.
We visit several hospitals in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Patients are taken to the full-service hospital that will best address their medical needs. Air medical transport may be called based on the patient’s condition and/or estimated transport times.
The Trophy Club Fire Department has staffing and equipment to provide emergency ambulance services. We can only transport patients to a full-service hospital – not to a nursing home, doctor’s office, or clinic.
The fees for ambulance service are established by the Town Council in the Town’s Schedule of Fees. We use Intermedix, a third-party billing service, who bills the patient’s insurance company or Medicare. For residents, a zero account balance is rendered after the insurance payment is received. For non-residents, Intermedix bills the balance to the patient and works with them on a payment plan if necessary.
Please contact Intermedix at 800-867-0944.
All Trophy Club Firefighters are dual certified. Each one holds a State certification in Firefighting as well as Paramedic certification. This allows us to have more trained individuals on the scene to assist with patient care, as well as the having the supervisor, who rides on the fire truck, on scene to handle command and control needs as they may arise, e.g., set up a landing zone for a helicopter should an air ambulance become necessary, or request an additional ambulance should we have multiple patients.
Drivers should pull to the right as far as possible, stop their vehicle and allow emergency vehicles to pass before continuing on their journey.
No, if you think someone may be having a heart attack, stroke, or may be seriously injured, please call 911 and let the paramedics come to you. If needed they will be able to deliver lifesaving advanced medical treatment before you arrive at the hospital. Please see the Ambulance page for more information. If necessary, dispatchers can also send a helicopter ambulance to fly the patient to the appropriate hospital.
No, never try to drive an injured or sick person to the fire station. The paramedics may be out on another call or working around town and there may not be anyone at the fire station to help you. Please call 911 and let us come to you.
Open burning is not permitted in Trophy Club. The residential lots here are not large enough to have a fire setback from a structure as required in the fire code. See Chapter 3, Article IX.
Contained fires, such as in a grill or outdoor fireplace, are allowed in town, even during dry periods. According to the International Fire Code, as amended and adopted by Town Ordinances, Chapter 3, Article IX, in Section 308.3.1:
Charcoal burners and other open-flame cooking devices shall not be operated or located on combustible balconies or within 10 feet (3048 mm) of combustible construction. Exceptions: 1. One- and two-family dwellings. 2. Where buildings, balconies, and decks are protected by an approved automatic sprinkler system.
In short, grills are prohibited on apartment balconies or patios. We encourage you to be “fire smart” when cooking outdoors to prevent injury to your family as well as damage to your property. Please see the outdoor cooking link in the Fire Prevention section.
Individual fireworks displays are prohibited by Town ordinance, Chapter 10, Article VI, Use of Fireworks.
The Town of Trophy Club holds a Community Cleanup Event twice a year. Find more information about this on the Community Clean Up page.
The flag status is determined by the governor’s office. Find more information about this on the Flag Status page of the Governor's website. If you would like updates emailed to you please enter your email address on their page to subscribe to their service.
Yes, we welcome visitors of all ages at the fire station. Please call us at 682-237-2940 or contact us to arrange a tour.
No, we do not host parties at the fire station, but our Firefighter/Paramedics and trucks will visit your party located within the Town of Trophy Club. Please understand that all non-emergency services, such as tours and demonstrations, are subject to change due to emergency calls. Please call us at 682-237-2940 or contact us to make arrangements.
Entry into the event is free for all. Kid activities will require a wristband that is free to residents and $10 for non-residents. Resident wristbands can be picked up starting June 16 at the Trophy Club Community Pool and on-site day of the event at the concession stand. Proof of residency is required in order to receive resident wristbands. Non-resident wristbands may be purchased the day of the event at the concession stand.
Parking at the event is free! View all of your parking options on our Parking Map (JPG).
Free golf cart shuttles will be provided only from the Byron Nelson High School parking lot. Signs will be posted. See the 2019 Parking Map for details.
Tents are not allowed.
Handicap parking will be available next to the shuttle drop off in the event area. See the Parking Map (JPG).
All of the fun kid activities are free to residents with a wristband! $10.00 non-resident wristbands may be purchased day of the event at the concession stand. Wristbands are required for all kid activities.
Due to the heat, excitement and excessive loud noises, pets are strongly discouraged.
Coolers are allowed; however, alcoholic beverages and glass containers are not!
Independence Park is the location for the event and will be the best place to view fireworks. This year the Fireworks will launch from Trophy Club’s Veterans Memorial so please keep that in mind when choosing your viewing spot. Please use our Best Viewing Locations Map (JPG) when choosing your spot. Sidewalks and ramps must remain clear. Please be courteous and reserve only the space you need.
In the past residents have been able to see the fireworks at their homes, in their neighborhoods and from other sites such as the Trophy Club Country Club or Trophy Lakes Academy. Due to extenuating circumstances following the 2017 display, changes have been made including reducing the size of fireworks shells and relocating the launch location. This means that the show will be lower to the ground and have an impact on where in Trophy Club they can be seen from. At this time, the best locations for viewing the fireworks is in the event area identified on our Best Viewing Locations Map (JPG).
Anything left behind at the end of the event will be thrown away! Please take all of your belongings with you when you leave.
You have 30 business days, excluding holidays and weekends, from the date of offense to take care of your citation.
A telephone call does not constitute an appearance. Appearance for a citation must be made in person or by mail.
State law will only allow a licensed attorney to represent someone else on a citation. Each Defendant is required to appear in person or by mail unless legal representation is acquired.
No. You may retain an attorney at your own expense, but it is not required by law to handle your case. Because the Municipal Court deals strictly with fine-only offenses, the Court is not responsible for appointing an attorney.
You may find the amount of your violation by contacting the Municipal Court Office for more information.
Cash, personal check, money order, Visa, and Mastercard. Payments can also be made online. Personal checks will not be accepted for any violation in active warrant status.
A Driver Safety Course is six hours in length and taught by a provider that has received approval from the Texas Education Agency (TEA) to offer instruction intended to improve a driver's knowledge, perception, and attitude about driving. If the Defendant successfully completes the course within a ninety day period and provides the Court will all specified items, the case will be dismissed.
Upon successful completion, the ticket will be dismissed, and a conviction will not be reported to the State.
No. The Driver Safety Course only applies to moving traffic violations as follows:
Non-moving traffic violations or non-traffic violations (i.e, alcohol, tobacco, criminal mischief, etc), do not apply. Should clarification be needed, please contact the Court.
In most cases, the Driver Safety Course Fee due to the Court is $109. However, if the violation was issued in a school zone, the fee is $134. You must request to take a driver’s safety course with the court before enrolling in the class. The Defendant is also responsible for paying an additional fee directly to the driver safety course provider for enrolling in the actual course. The provider's fee range begins at $25.
In addition to the cost of the driver’s safety course, you will be required to obtain your driving record from Texas Department of Public Safety to prove eligibility at a cost of $12.
While the Court cannot recommend a specific provider or location, it can direct Defendants to a complete list provided by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulations (TDLR), which governs all providers. Driving Safety courses are available in the classroom, but video or online. See the Driver Safety Course Locations for more information.
Specialized Driving Safety Seat Belt Courses may also be located using the web. They are only available in the classroom or online. Video is not available.
Once completed, the Defendant must return both the certificate of completion (signed) and a certified copy of a driving record from the Texas Department of Public Safety to the Court within the time set forth. The driving record will provide proof to the Court that a Driver Safety Course has not been completed within the last twelve months from date of offense. See the Driver Record Request (PDF) (Mail) or Driver Record Request (Online) form for more information. All paperwork should be mailed certified with return receipt.
If all paperwork is not received in the Court by the due date, the violation will be reported to the State as a conviction on the Defendant's record, and the balance of the fine (original amount due - fee paid) will be due. Should arrangements not be made to pay the balance of the fine, a capias pro fine warrant will be issued for the Defendant's arrest.
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Please fill out the Trophy Club Police Department Vacation Watch Form.
There are many ways to get involved with the Trophy Club Police Department, these include Citizens on Patrol, Citizens Police Academy, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), National Night Out Against Crime and Neighborhood Watch.
You can always reach out and contact the Trophy Club Police Department. We are happy to hear from you anytime.