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Crews are burning piles at the Frisco Peninsula Wedensday, October 19. Please do not call 9-1-1.

October 19, 2016

Crews are burning piles at the Frisco Peninsula Wedensday, October 19.  Please do not call 9-1-1.

Frisco’s Peak One Neighborhood Honored as Gold Standard for Local’s Housing

October 17, 2016

Last week at their annual Housing NOW! Conference, Housing Colorado honored Frisco’s Peak One Neighborhood with the Eagle Award for its outstanding contribution to affordable housing in Colorado. Peak One is a workforce housing neighborhood envisioned and developed by the Town of Frisco and Brynn Grey Partners. Established in 1990, the Eagle Award has come […]

Road Construction on Hawn Drive and Bike Path

September 26, 2016

September 26-28 the Town will be replacing damaged curb and gutter on Hawn Dr. from Meadow Dr. to Summit Blvd. Please expect delays and one-way closures.
September 27-29 the Town will be repaving the bike path from the Marina to Water Dance Dr. The path will be closed during the day and reopen in the evenings.
October […]

Summit County to Upgrade Community Notification System

September 16, 2016

Summit County Alert will begin operating on a new software platform Sept. 30; residents and visitors are encouraged to create or update their accounts and notification settings
Summit County government is giving a major facelift to Summit County Alert, the community notification system used by local agencies to provide urgent and public-safety information to residents and […]

Come to a Frisco Conversation about the Proposed Lake Hill Neighborhood

September 14, 2016

On Wednesday, September 28, the Town of Frisco invites residents to a presentation and community conversation regarding Summit County’s Lake Hill Neighborhood project. This proposed workforce housing project is just outside the boundaries of the Town of Frisco on Dillon Dam Road. Frisco Residents will have an opportunity to: learn more about this County project […]

Late August Focus on Frisco

September 7, 2016

CDOT to Begin Work on eastbound I-70 Near Frisco

August 31, 2016

Following the Labor Day holiday, Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) contractors will begin mobilizing equipment for a mill and fill asphalt project. The week of Sept. 12 work will take place on eastbound Interstate 70 in the right lane. The project limits, approximately six miles, extend from mile point (MP) 197.5 to MP 203.5.

Temporary Closure of Meadow Creek Park Parking lot and Adjacent Bike Path

August 29, 2016

The following areas will be closed to all public uses from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 30, 2016:

The entire parking lot of Meadow Creek Park
The portion of the bike path that is adjacent to the east side of Meadow Creek Park
100 foot radius around the well #6, well house. This area will […]

Frisco Town Manager Announces Retirement

August 25, 2016

Town Manager Bill Efting announced today that he plans to retire late December or January, concluding 30 years of public service. Efting has served as the Town Manager in Frisco since January 2012.
“I have really enjoyed finishing up my career in Frisco. This is a great town, with great people. Frisco should be very proud […]

Summit County Government Holding Lake Hill Community Open House on September 7

August 24, 2016

Lake Hill Neighborhood Community Open House Sept. 7
Summit County invites locals to attend third and final community open house for Lake Hill Neighborhood Master Plan
Kate Berg, Senior Planner
Don Reimer, Planning Director
SUMMIT COUNTY – Summit County is seeking feedback on the draft master plan for a future workforce housing neighborhood on the Lake Hill […]

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