A Piece of Our Park:
TYAA SPONSORED SOCCER CAMP FOR THE TROUTMAN ESC PARK
Registration deadline is JUNE 3rd at 4:00 pm.
When: June 10th – 13th
Time: 6-8 pm
Where: Stumpy Creek Soccer Complex
Who wants to play games on the new Troutman Soccer Fields in the Fall of 2013? Great strides have been made, but we are still in need of the Troutman Sports Community to make it happen! How can you help??
If your child participates in TYAA sports or will in the near future, now is the time to help get the fields ready that will benefit TYAA for years to come!
We have a goal of $5000.00 through this event! HELP MAKE IT A SUCCESS!!!
For each donation of $50.00 or more to the Troutman ESC Park, your child can participate in the TYAA Soccer Camp for free and receive a t-shirt at camp.
Let's show the Town of Troutman how much TYAA supports the Park and how excited we are about the fields!
It's the Law:
No Grass Clippings in Street
Town ordinances prohibit grass clippings in the street. Warning letters are sent for first-time violations. Civil penalties are charged for repeat offenses. Please help keep Troutman clean. See more Town ordinances CLICK HERE
Troutman Mayor Elbert H. Richardson joined South Iredell High School's 2012 2AA State Champion Football Team at Friday, April 19, 2013, unveiling of a new sign at the campus recognizing championships teams.
INDEPENDENCE DAY EVENTS
Saturday, June 29, 2013
9th Annual Independence Day Parade ~ 11:00 am
The parade will start at the Iredell County Fairgrounds and travel US Hwy 21 to Troutman Elementary School. Parade Entry applications are now available at Troutman Town Hall or CLICK HERE.
Independence Day Festival
The festival is being planned as we speak. The Festival will take place at the Iredell County Fairgrounds on June 29 from 5:00pm until dark and will feature music, food, arts and crafts, and kids games. Come on out and share in the fun!
Independence Day Fireworks
The fireworks will be set off from the Iredell County Fairgrounds on Saturday, June 29, 2013 at about 9:30 pm.
Troutman, home to over 2100 residents and nestled on the Carolina Piedmont, embraces the quintessential small town spirit that gives it such distinct charm.
Troutman residents, with a median age of 38, though, bring a youthful, progressive energy to the town and enjoy easy access to the multitude of jobs and entertainment options that Troutman's close proximity to Charlotte, Greensboro and Winston-Salem offer.
Life in Troutman is about:
. What's New In Troutman
Troutman Newsletter – The Whistle Stop
Future Land Use Survey - CLICK HERE
9th Annual Independence Day Parade Application information CLICK HERE