Town of Trophy Club

As the first master planned community in Texas, Trophy Club provides small-Town ambiance while fostering community involvement and an active lifestyle. From the elegant entrances to the landscaped medians, Trophy Club maintains a healthy, picturesque and environmentally sound atmosphere that has become a Town legacy. Over 1,000 acres of parks with connecting trail systems furnish residents and visitors with a variety of amenities or a leisurely stroll through Town. The Trophy Club Country Club features 36 holes of golf and provides a stunning backdrop for many street and backyard views. Providing a safe and secure community is essential for residents and businesses; therefore Trophy Club has one of the lowest crime rates in DFW and constantly strives to provide superior emergency services.

 

Trophy Club continues to expand residential growth and promote a business-friendly environment. Annually, approximately 220 homes are built and existing home sales remain strong. Trophy Club businesses benefit from the large, built-in consumer base and opportunities exist for companies interested in establishing roots in Trophy Club. Additionally, the close proximity to corporate campuses, DFW and Alliance Airports and easy on-off access from State Highway 114 makes Trophy Club an excellent location for restaurants and retailers. The Town provides economic development incentives for new businesses and several retail centers have available store front real estate available.

 

 

  • Continued residential growth averaging 220 homes built each year valued at approximately $460,000.
  • Over 1,000 acres of parks, including a dog park, splash pad and athletic complexes. Trophy Club Park features over 6 miles of ATV/Motocross tracks, over 7 miles of walking/hiking trails, a 9-hole disc golf course, public boat launch, horse riding trails, picnic pavilions, geocaching and more!
  • NISD oversees four schools located in Trophy Club: Beck Elementary (exemplary), Lakeview Elementary (exemplary), Medlin Middle School (exemplary) and Byron Nelson High School (recognized).
  • Construction of a new Roundabout at Trophy Lake Drive and Trophy Club Drive in 2012 will improve traffic flow and mobility around one of Trophy Club’s busiest intersections.

 

Visit www.trophyclub.org for more Town information!