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The Town of Trophy Club leadership and staff strive to provide high quality standards in the services offered and exceptional customer service in Trophy Club for the community. This report represents those efforts and the wonderful work that is being done behind the scenes. “This report gives a unique look and perspective into what's happening," Town Manager Wade Carroll said. "It shows transparency through our teams’ efforts and keeps us accountable while we work to provide a high quality of life and promote the economic wellness within the Town.”
View the FY 2021 Annual Report here.
The Annual Report is comprised of: A Messages from Leadership, Recognitions, Goals, Accomplishments, Communication Highlights, and an overall snapshot of the Town by the Numbers.
The report includes:
Message from Leadership – In this section, readers will have a short message from Mayor Alicia Fleury as well as from Town Manager Wade Carroll, each highlighting key takeaways from the past year.
Recognitions and Goals – This section shows a high-level review of the recognitions the Town received over the 2021 fiscal year. This section also provides a quick look at the primary goals the team was focused on in 2021.
Accomplishments and Highlights – Within this section, you’ll find a list of the various accomplishments from all of the multiple departments. Also included, there is a high-level snapshot of the communications and marketing highlights showcasing the engagement and channels to which information was provided to the community.
By the Numbers – This section displays a breakdown with valuation information for the Town in Fiscal Year 2021. The data and information provided includes demographic details, employment analytics, development activity, budget numbers and sales tax rate analysis.
To learn more about the FY 2021 Annual Report or view the document here or give us a call at 682.237.2900.
Chicago, IL (January 13, 2022) – Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) has awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting to Town of Trophy Club for its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2020 (FY 20). The GFOA is a nonprofit professional association serving approximately 17,500 government finance professionals with offices in Chicago, Illinois, and Washington, D.C.
Each year the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) of the United States and Canada present a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting to those governmental units whose annual financial reports are judged and adhere to program standards. In order to be awarded the Certificate of Achievement, a governmental unit must publish an easily readable and efficiently organized Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR), whose contents conform to program standards. Such reports should satisfy Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and applicable legal requirements. A Certificate of Achievement is valid for a period of one year only.
The report has been judged by an impartial panel to meet the high standards of the program, which includes demonstrating a constructive "spirit of full disclosure" to clearly communicate its financial story and motivate potential users and user groups to read the report.
“We’re extremely proud of the Finance Departments tremendous accomplishment in receiving the Certificate of Achievement in Financial Reporting. It’s the highest form of recognition in governmental accounting and financial reporting the Town can achieve,” said Town Manager Wade Carroll. “Our success is a testament to the Town’s commitment to financial transparency and to our Town employees who work tirelessly to ensure that our financial reporting conforms to the highest standard.”
The Town’s Finance Department is required to produce a CAFR to provide the public with a detailed account of the Trophy Club’s expenditures and its financial condition. Additionally, the financial statements undergo an independent audit and an auditor’s report is included in the financial section of the report for further transparency. The CAFR helps the Town establish financial transparency regarding the use of residents’ tax dollars and builds credibility with creditors and oversight agencies, which assists with securing bonds and other agreements.
The Certificate of Achievement is the highest form of recognition in the area of governmental accounting and financial reporting, and its attainment represents a significant accomplishment by a government and its management.
To view more information as well as copies of the Town's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, visit, www.trophyclub.org/CAFR. To get more information about the Finance Department, visit www.trophyclub.org/finance or check out their new Investor Relations & Bond website here.
SAN MARCOS, TEXAS - November 4, 2021- At the 2021 Annual Texas Fire Marshal's Conference, the Town of Trophy Club Fire Department was awarded the 2021 Achievement of Excellence Gold Level Award. TXFMA President Ariana Kistner stated: "I am very excited and proud to present this Gold Level Award to the City ofTrophy Club Fire Department whose hard work in fire prevention activities has earned such a prestigious award through their dedication and professionalism which is the cornerstone of this award, association and its members".
The Achievement of Excellence in Fire Prevention Award ("AEFP Award") is an annual award to recognize organizations for performance excellence in fire prevention. Established in 2008, the AEFP Award is administered by the Texas Fire Marshal's Association (TxFMA"), the official State Chapter of the International Fire Marshal's Association.
“Big kudos to Deputy Chief/Fire Marshal Gary Cochran, and our entire team for their consistent dedication to consistently raise the bar of community risk reduction, public education, and fire prevention, in our community," said Fire Chief Taylor.
To successfully receive the "Achievement of Excellence in Fire Prevention" award, the applicant must obtain a total of at least 125 points for Bronze Level/ 150 points for Silver/ 175 points for Gold out of a possible 200 points.
Total possible points 200 possible points.
"This is the second Gold in a row for us (Gold 2020, Silver 2019)," said Chief Taylor. "We are one of only two Texas fire departments to win consecutive Gold awards (Watauga). If we are awarded a third consecutive Gold level in 2022, it will be presented as Platinum level. No other Texas fire department has achieved this since this award began in 2008. The first agency to achieve platinum was 2021, Harris County Fire Marshal’s office. However, we plan to be the first fire department to achieve platinum in 2022."
Update November 10, 2021: Town staff has talked with the contractor working on the Trophy Lakes brick wall project after watching the impacts the construction has had on traffic thus far.
It has been determined that while there is reasonable protection for the crews working along the 600 feet of lane closure, there IS an impact to drivers in that area particularly during the morning commute hours. As a result, the right lane closure times will be limited and will take place only between the hours of 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM to better accommodate traffic mobility.
TC elementary schools currently begin at 7:40 AM with the majority of Southbound school traffic in that area generally over by 8:00 AM. The goal in delaying the right lane closure to 8:00 AM is to lessen the impact for morning commuters. This change should alleviate the feeling that students need to be dropped off earlier in order to arrive on time or before school is prepared for their arrival.
As a reminder, this project is expected to last approximately 3 months. Traffic control devices will be picked up today by 5:00 PM. Staff will continue to monitor traffic / progress and make any necessary accommodations where possible to help mitigate concerns while the project is completed.
Thank you for your continued patience during this time, we again apologize for the inconvenience during this work. If you have any questions, please contact Kevin O'Dell at 682-237-2936.
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Trophy Club, TX (November 01, 2021) – In an effort to increase efficiency and better utilize resources, Trophy Club will be outsourcing its municipal court operations to the City of Roanoke through a joint interlocal agreement……..Similar merges to combine court operations have taken place in other communities such as Colleyville and Keller.
"The Trophy Club Municipal Court had seen approx. 700 – 800 citations per year, and could save about $30K with the creation of the joint court," Town Manager Wade Carroll said. “The key is to be efficient and cost-effective," he said. “Trophy Club didn’t have enough court activity to justify a full-time employee.
For the convenience of TC residents, services will still be available online and over the phone. If a resident desires to speak to someone in person, it will require going to 609 Dallas Dr. Roanoke, TX 76262.
"We are doing this for the residents of both of our towns in order to hold the line on rising costs to operate,” Mayor Fleury said. “We are trying to give the people the same services they are used to without a change in taxes. To do that, we have to use every avenue at our disposal to save on costs.”
"For Roanoke and Trophy Club, that date will be Nov. 1, 2021. Trophy Club will hold their first court docket under this joint venture on Tuesday November 9, 2021 at 609 Dallas, Dr Trophy Club, TX 76262", Carroll said.
Although the courts were combined effective Oct. 1, the decision and groundwork for combining the courts has been a work in progress for months.
"It's the behind-the-scenes details that's taken some time to work out, and in the last month or so, the two staffs have met to make certain that this is the right decision for both municipalities and that the processes and procedures are effective for both entities. When you consolidate these things, you've got to be sure all aspects of the operations fit together." Carroll said. "It's much more than just having people go to a different building it is important to me and our Council that our citizens receive the same level of service."
Roanoke Presiding Municipal Judge Greg Bertrand along with Associate Municipal Judges Alison J. Grant and Gilland Chenault were appointed judges in Trophy Club, along with Roanoke Prosecutor Caprice Garcia and will preside over Trophy Club cases brought before our court that will be held in Roanoke.
The agreement assures that Trophy Club Court Dockets will be held at least once a month just as they always have. Most interactions with the court system can be handled online through the website, or over the phone but if people wish to see a judge, Court will be held in Roanoke instead of Trophy Club Town Hall.
However, if they want to pay off the ticket instead, they can pay online, over the phone, or in person at the municipal court at 609 Dallas Drive, Roanoke, TX 76262 or mail in a payment to the same address.
Outsourcing our Court Operations allows Trophy Club to cut Court costs and improve Trophy Club’s fiscal position.
It is the Town of Trophy Club’s priority to improve the quality of life and mobility for residents of the town by repairing and rebuilding the drainage and street infrastructure.
To support this initiative, the town has established dedicated webpages to fully identify and outline the scope of the project and steps to be taken as we work to maintain infrastructures and plan upgrades to meet the current and future needs of our community and residents.
Please click the link below to acess these dedicated webpages.