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January 31, 2022


Freezing temperatures are heading our way. 
Prepare now and stay weather aware. 

Protect Your Pipes During Freezing Temperatures
It is very important to protect the pipes in your home from freezing when the temperatures dip below 32˚. Freezing can lead to pipes bursting or cracking and costly repairs.
Some pipes are more prone to freezing than others because of their location in the home:
  • Pipes located in exterior walls (usually bathrooms and kitchen sinks)
  • Any plumbing located on the exterior of your home (hose bibb)
  • Exposed pipes, especially those in unheated areas (attics, crawl spaces, garages, and water heaters)  
  • The best way to protect your home from frozen water lines and costly repairs is to winterize your home before the temperatures drop below 32˚.
  • Shut your irrigation systems off at the main valve.
  • Disconnect garden hoses and install insulation or faucet insulators on outside spigots.
  • Have insulation from your hardware store on hand to install over pipes at risk of freezing. 

When Freezing Temperatures are Imminent
  • Let the cold-water drip from any faucet served by exposed pipes or those in exterior walls.  Running water through the pipe, even at a trickle, helps prevent pipes from freezing.
  • Open all cabinet doors on exterior walls to allow your pipes to warm up from your home’s heating system.
  • Keep the thermostat set to the same temperature day and night. 

What happens if my pipes freeze?
Once temperatures rise, frozen pipes generally thaw, and water will flow again. In some cases, however, the expansion of the ice causes the pipe to crack or burst. After a freeze, it is important to inspect pipes for damage.

Know how to shut off the water main to your home. (If you are able to stop the flow of water immediately from the ruptured pipe, you will reduce the damage drastically.)
  • Use warm towels to wrap around a pipe that may be frozen. Barely turning on your faucets along exterior walls helps to alleviate pressure from building up between the faucet and an ice blockage, which can prevent pipes from bursting.
  • Call a Professional for assistance.
  • NEVER try to thaw a pipe with an open flame or torch.
  • Remember that where there is standing water there is serious potential for ELECTRIC SHOCK so be very cautious with any electrical equipment.


The Board of Directors will not hold a regular meeting in the month of February. The next scheduled regular board meeting will be held on Monday, March 21st at 6:30 p.m. in the Svore Municipal Boardroom, 100 Municipal Drive, Trophy Club, Texas, 76262.

Meeting days are subject to change. As always, public attendance is invited and encouraged.  To view the agenda and other information for these and other meetings, please visit ouAgendas & Meetings page.   You can also access the video replays by visiting us on YouTube.
Bills are automatically sent out around the 1st of each month.  Payment is always due on the 20th of each month or the next business day if the 20th falls on a weekend or holiday.  To avoid disconnection of your service, please make your payment on time. 
If you cannot pay your bill by the due date, please call our Utility Billing office at 682-831-4600 to make alternative payment arrangements before service is discontinued.
Need a last minute option to pay your bill?  Payments made on our website post to your account immediately and there is NO CHARGE for this service.  Visit our website and select the wallet the Email Bills and Online Payments page for more information on using your online account to view or update account information, make payments, or change your billing options. You can also pay your bill at our office at 100 Municipal Drive, or drop a check in the locked payment box in our parking lot. 
Pay Online

Year-Round Watering Restrictions in Effect

The Year-Round Water Management and Conservation Requirements in Trophy Club Municipal Utility District No. 1 Drought Contingency and Emergency Water Management Plan contain twice per week watering restrictions.  Please water according to the following schedule:

  • Residential addresses ending in even numbers may water on Wednesday and Saturday.
  • Residential addresses ending in odd numbers may water on Thursday and Sunday.
  • Non-residential locations (commercial, HOA, common areas, medians, etc.) may water on Tuesday and Friday.
  • No watering is permitted on Monday.
  • No watering is permitted between 10:00 am and 6:00 pm on any day.


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Our mailing address is:
100 Municipal Drive
Trophy Club, Texas 76262
Phone Number: (682) 831-4600

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