Frisco, Colorado: Planning Division
The Town of Frisco, Colorado Planning Division is part of the Community Development Department and works closely with the Building Division on all levels of construction – small to large. Projects must go through BOTH Planning and Building Division’s review and approval.
The Planning Division processes and reviews everything from sign and banner permits, to deck and hot tub additions, to large scale, multi-family and commercial developments. Planners work closely with the Building Division from the beginning of projects to completion to ensure it meets the town’s zoning and safety requirements. Planners also serve the Planning Commission in an advisory role for projects and various other Planning Division activities. Click here for the current Planning Commission Agenda and staff reports.
Town of Frisco, Colorado Planning Division FAQ’s and Answers
Would you like to know what a property is zoned and what that zoning means?
Click here to find out
Where can I find the forms and/or permits I need?
On the Forms and Permits page.
Where can I read the Town of Frisco zoning code?
On the the Town of Frisco, Colorado Code page.
Am I allowed to have a wood-burning fireplace in my home in the Town of Frisco, Colorado?
Yes, a certified solid-fuel burning device like a wood-burning fireplace is allowed as long as it is EPA Phase II or Colorado Phase III certified. Click here for more information about State of Colorado & EPA certified devices. Click here for a current list of EPA Certified Stoves.
Can I meet with staff to discuss my project?
Absolutely! A pre-application meeting that brings all relevant agencies together to discuss your project is helpful to make projects run smoothly. These meetings include Community Development Department staff (Planning and Building), Public Works, Frisco Sanitation, and Lake Dillon Fire Rescue. Contact the Community Development Department to set up a meeting to discuss your project – 970.668.5276.
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