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Temporary Street Closures for Resurfacing July 29 & 30

July 29, 2015

July 29 and 30, weather permitting resurfacing will be taking place. Closures will last for one day for each street.
Streets that will be resurface on July 29th:
8th Ave. from Summit Blvd. to Belford St.; Hawn Dr. from Meadow Dr. to Windflower Lane; Creekside Drive from Ten Mile River to Miner’s Creek Road; Miner’s Creek Road […]

Jocelyn Mills leaving Town of Frisco to Become Community Development Director for the City of Littleton

July 8, 2015

After 17 years with the Town of Frisco, Jocelyn Mills is leaving the position of Community Development Director for the Town of Frisco to become the Community Development Director for the City of Littleton, Colorado.
Jocelyn Mills has served as the Community Development Director since 2011. Mills served as Senior Planner from 2003 – 2011. Prior […]

Frisco Council Member Re-elected to CML Board

June 30, 2015

Kim Cancelosi, Frisco council member, was re-elected to the Colorado Municipal League (CML) Executive Board by municipal officials from around the state during the 93rd Annual CML conference held June 16-19 in Breckenridge.
New to the Board:
Ronnald Akey, Wray mayor pro tem
Barbara Cleland, Aurora council member
Jill Gaebler, Colorado Springs Council president pro tem
Alberto Garcia, Westminster council […]

Community Chipping Program Comes to Frisco June 29 – July 3

June 29, 2015

Free chipping program helps residents create defensible space to protect homes from wildfire.  They will be in Frisco week 1 (June 29-July 3) and week 8 (Aug. 17-21).
Summit County government is kicking off the 2015 Summit County Chipping Program on June 29. The free program helps residents and property owners create defensible space by providing […]

Frisco Town Council Designates July as Park and Recreation Month

June 28, 2015

Month-long celebration highlights essential value of parks and recreation for local communities
Town of Frisco residents know their parks and recreation facilities provide places to get active, explore nature or connect with fellow community members. But what they may not know is that their parks and recreation also contribute to improved health outcomes, higher property values and […]

Step Up Main Street Phase 2 Completion Celebration

June 26, 2015

Phase 2 of the Step Up Main Street Finishes Two Weeks Earlier Than Scheduled and Just in Time for the 22nd Annual Colorado BBQ Challenge

June 16, 2015

Thanks to the hard work of the Town of Frisco and Columbine Hills Concrete, Phase 2 of Frisco’s Step Up Main Street project is complete two weeks earlier than the scheduled and contracted completion date of June 30. Phase 2 is the largest phase of the whole Step Up Main Street project, including two intersections […]

Frisco Police Department Reminds Community Members to Lock Vehicles and Homes

June 5, 2015

Frisco would like to remind citizens to please lock their vehicles and homes. This reminder comes after six cars were trespassed between 3 p.m. Thursday, June 4 and 7 a.m. on Friday, June 5. These were all unlocked cars and small items were taken from the cars.
“Please remember to lock your vehicles, park inside a […]

Frisco Takes Measures for Traffic Calming Throughout the Town

June 2, 2015

The Town of Frisco is taking measures to slow drivers down throughout Frisco’s side streets and Main Street by implementing a traffic calming plan. The plan will be implemented by mid-June.
“We have been working with concerned citizens on ways to slow drivers down in our neighborhoods. So we looked at the Town as a whole […]

Frisco Launches Online Community Survey

May 13, 2015

The Town of Frisco is conducting a 2015 Community Survey to gather input from residents and business-owners on their desires and satisfaction with their community. Results of the survey will be used by Frisco’s elected leaders to formulate future direction for projects and policies, allocation of revenues and provision of services.
The survey questions will help […]

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