Shannon Fallon hosts Town Council member Rick Ihnken and Community Development Planner Katie Kent.
The Town of Frisco will be replacing damaged concrete drain pans the weeks of July 25th through August 5th on the following streets: Granite Street and 3rd Avenue; 3rd Avenue at the alley on the north side of Main Street; 6th Avenue at the alley on the north side of Main Street. These intersections will […]
2016 Town of Frisco Grant Recipients
Grant applications from 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 2017 projects. The application submission deadline is noon on Monday, August 15, 2016 for all entities.
Non–Profit Organizations may download the […]
Count Me In! Presentation is brought to you by Summit Chamber, Count Me In, and Northwest Council of Colorado Governments.
Please join us for this very informative presentation on the myriad of choices we face in Colorado this election cycle and why it is important that you learn the issues and vote the entire ticket. FREE […]
The Town of Frisco is embarking on a Trails Master Plan Planning Project and is seeking community input. The Frisco Trails Master Plan Project (FTMP) will create a comprehensive trails plan for Frisco and the surrounding area ensuring the strategic implementation trail development and improvements to achieve the community’s vision for trails, community connectivity and recreation corridors. […]
The Community Scorecard showcases the years accomplishments and allows transparency of finances for the citizens and community as a whole. Click here to view the 2015 Community Scorecard.
Shannon gets to know newly elected council member Deborah Shaner and talks upcoming Frisco events with Sarah Skinner!
Lake Hill Community Open House Wednesday, June 29 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Summit County invites locals to attend the second community open house for the Lake Hill Neighborhood Master Plan.
Summit County government is seeking feedback from the community on preliminary conceptual-design options for a future workforce housing neighborhood on the Lake Hill property, located along Dillon […]
Summit County government is helping residents and property owners create defensible space by providing free chipping and disposal for branches, logs and small trees. If you clear woody vegetation from around your home and stack it in a slash pile, we’ll chip it and haul it away at no cost.
The program will be in Frisco:
Week 1 June 27 – […]
With the unofficial start of summer coming, the Town of Frisco reminds residents and visitors to be mindful of high water levels throughout the area. Rivers and streams in and around Summit County can be dangerous this time of year, as the spring snowmelt peaks.
When participating in outdoor activities on or near the water this […]