The case study is one of a dozen profiles featured in a newly released publication, “How Did They Do It? Discovering New Opportunities for Affordable Housing.” This link will provide you a PDF of the publication.
New February Focus on Frisco – Meet new Town Manager Randy Ready and Learn about Upcoming Events with Event Manager Nora GilbertsonFebruary 22, 2017
Host Shannon Fallon talks with new Town Manager, Randy Ready. Coming to us from a 24 year career at the City Aspen, Randy is getting up to speed and getting to know the community.
Event Manager, Nora Gilbertson and the official dog Mayor, Frisco Freddy share scoop on the upcoming events in Frisco, the Mardi Gras […]
The Town of Frisco thanks everyone who participated in the planning processes for the Frisco Trails Master Plan. We are pleased to announce that we have a draft version of the document available online at this time for review until March 6th. This document was created thanks to community input, the citizen’s advisory committee, stakeholder […]
The Town of Frisco will be hosting a Community Conversation on future enhancements to the Frisco Peninsula Recreation Area (PRA) on Thursday, February 23. Frisco residents and business owners are invited to be a part of this interactive conversation starting with a presentation at 5:30 p.m. at the Frisco Adventure Park Day Lodge located at […]
Join Town Manager, Randy Ready and other Town officials and staff for an informal discussion regarding current issues and happenings. Meet for a cup of coffee anytime from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Gonzo’s Coffee at 710 Summit Blvd. #Unit 101.
The applicant has requested that the public hearing on the 1st Reading of Ordinance No. 17-02 be continued to February 28, 2017.
Frisco Town Council is seeking community input on two ordinances that are on the February 14 Town Council meeting agenda.
Agenda item one is the first reading of Ordinance 17-02 to amend the contract on the sale of the Town owned property at 518 Main Street to Kelly Foote. The amended contract stipulates that the historic […]
If you live within the town limits of Frisco, it’s time to renew your pet license for 2017. The fee is $10 for pets that have been spayed or neutered, and $15 for all others. Please go the Frisco Police Department located in the Town Hall building located at the corner of Main and Madison […]
A discussion of the Town owned property at 518 Main Street and the Staley House, located on that property, is on the Frisco Town Council work session agenda for 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 24, 2017. The purchase and sales agreement for 518 Main Street between the Town of Frisco and Mr. Kelly Foote was […]
The Town of Frisco will be holding the Annual Grant Presentation at 7 p.m. on January 24. The presentation will be held at the beginning of the regular Town Council meeting in Council Chambers at Frisco Town Hall. Over 37 non-profits will be receiving grants from the Town of Frisco. The Town will be giving […]