Starting on July 28 running through August 1 the Summit County Chipping Program will be in Frisco. This program can help residents to protect their homes from wildfire with help from the Summit County Chipping Program. Summit County government and Summit County Wildfire Council are helping residents and property owners create defensible space by providing [...]
Grant applications from The Summit Foundation, Summit County Government and the Towns of Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco and Silverthorne are now available to area Non-Profit Organizations for the Fall review of grant requests for 2015 projects. The application submission deadline is noon on Monday, August 25, 2014 for Summit County Government and the Towns. The Summit [...]
Kim Cancelosi, Frisco council member, was elected to the Colorado Municipal League (CML) Executive Board by municipal officials from around the state during the 92nd Annual CML conference held June 17-20 in Breckenridge.
Also new to the Board:
Matthew Appelbaum, Boulder mayor
Robb Casseday, Greeley council member
Eric Grossman, Creede mayor
Re-elected to the Board:
William Bell, Montrose city manager
Carol Dodge, [...]
Spring is upon us and the snow is melting in the high country. For more information on high water preparedness click here for the Summit County High Water Preparedness Packet: high-water-preparedness-information
Sand Bag Information:
• Sandbags available at the Frisco Public Works facility
located at 102 School Road
• First 100 bags FREE to Frisco Property owners only.
• Then [...]
For more detailed information please go to: Step Up Main Street Page
On Wednesday, June 4, the Town of Frisco is hosting an open house for the community regarding the “Step Up Main Street” project and the changes that have been made to the original plans. The community is invited to attend one of two open [...]
Public Comment Period avaiable through Thursday, May 7th on a Proposal for the Possible Reduction in Health PremiumsMay 5, 2014
On May 2, the Colorado Division of Insurance announced a proposal that would very likely reduce health insurance premiums for Summit residents. Within Colorado’s geographic rating system, DOI has proposed merging the existing Resort Region (including Summit County) with the West Region, thereby creating a larger pool of health insurance plan participants. If implemented, the [...]
At the Tuesday, April 8 Town Council meeting, the Town of Frisco swore in the two newly elected Town Council members, Hunter Mortensen and Dan Kibbie, and said farewell to the two departing Town Council members, Woody Van Gundy and Kent Willis.
Before the Council meeting the Town hosted a reception for the friends and family [...]
Opportunities to Shape Frisco’s Future!
PLANNING COMMISSION VACANCY
The Town of Frisco is seeking a community minded citizen to serve on the Planning Commission. Planning Commissioners review development projects and make recommendations to Town Council on land use issues.
Applicants must live within the town of Frisco limits.
Meets the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month at 5:00 [...]
Tuesday night voters in the Town of Frisco elected two new council members Hunter Mortensen and Daniel Kibbie and one incumbent, Kim Cancelosi.
488 of the 2012 active voters returned their ballots a 24% voter turnout. Frisco Mayor Gary Wilkinson thanks the community for their participation. “We appreciate the community’s involvement and look forward to the [...]
INVITATION TO BID
Notice is hereby given that the Town of Frisco (the “Town”) will receive sealed bids for PRA Maintenance Building Project until 1:00 p.m., April 9, 2014.. Hard copies of the plans and specifications will not be provided. Interested bidders shall contact Diane McBride at PRAbuilding@townoffrisco.com for directions to the file.
The Town reserves the [...]