Updated on Monday, May 2
For the Week of May 2:
Curb and gutter work on the 3rd Avenue intersection will continue. The north side and south side of the intersection will be closed. This closure will not affect through traffic on Main Street, but will block vehicular access between Galena Street & Main Street and Granite […]
Updated on Monday, May 2
The Town of Frisco, Colorado has budgeted $67,800 to facilitate the development of a comprehensive multi-season trails master plan for Frisco and the immediate surrounding area with the use of a qualified consulting team. The Town of Frisco is pleased to have been awarded a $50,000 planning grant for this project from GOCO- Great Outdoors Colorado and to have the […]
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 […]
The Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) Board awarded two grants totaling $125,000 on Thursday to Summit County communities. The Town of Frisco received a $50,000 grant for their first trails master plan; the county received a $75,000 grant for the future Fremont Pass Recreation Path.
Summit County partnered with Lake County to design and construct a paved […]
Spring into Frisco Construction: Join CDD for Lunch and an Informational Session on Thursday, April 28
Spring into Frisco Construction…
Nail Your Next Project!
Thursday, April 28th 11:30 am – 1 pm
Council Chambers, Frisco Town Hall
We invite our Frisco Building and Development Community for lunch on us and an informational session to help you have the best construction season ever!
Fastest ways to a building permit
What requires a permit. What doesn’t.
Getting your inspection […]
Tuesday night voters in the Town of Frisco unofficially re-elected Mayor Gary Wilkinson and elected two new council members Jessica Burley and Deborah Shaner and one incumbent, Larry Sawyer. Official results will be released on April 15.
Frisco Mayor Gary Wilkinson thanks the community for their participation. “We appreciate the community’s involvement and look forward to […]
Ballots for the April 5 election were mailed to all Town of Frisco active registered voters on Monday, March 14. If your registration is current, a ballot packet was automatically sent to the mailing address listed with your voter registration.
The following information can also be found at www.friscogov.com/government/elections. Inside the packet you will find the […]
On Monday, April 4, at 9 a.m. the Town of Frisco is hosting a Construction Kick Off for the start of Phase 4 of the “Step Up Main Street” project. The community is invited to join Town officials in the celebration at the 3rd and Main intersection with burritos and coffee.
“The Town is excited to […]
On Wednesday, March 16, the Town of Frisco is hosting a community open house for Phase 4 of the “Step Up Main Street” project. The community is invited to attend one of two open houses being held from 11-12 p.m. and 5-6 p.m. at the 1st and Main Building located at 104 Main St.
All meeting […]
What does the future Frisco look like? As Frisco’s 2016 municipal race heats up, the Town of Frisco invites community members to come and meet the candidates. At this forum candidates will discuss their vision for Frisco by addressing key issues that will shape our community and quality of life on Wednesday, March 9 from […]