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Planning Commission

Frisco’s current Planning Commissioners are:

  • Donna Skupien, Chair
  • Melissa Sherburne, Vice-Chair
  • Brian Birenbach
  • Craig Peterson
  • Larrie Mackie
  • Deborah L. Shaner
  • Andy Stabile

The Frisco Planning Commission is a seven-member board appointed to four-year terms by the Town Council. The Planning Commission serves as an advisory board on land use issues to the Town Council and also has broad approval authority on commercial and multifamily development projects within Frisco.  The Planning Commission meets the first and third Thursday of every month at 5:00 p.m., at the Frisco Town Hall pending Agenda Items.  Meeting will not be held if there are no Agenda items.

Meeting of the Planning Commission
Town of Frisco, Colorado
Thursday, November 19, 2015
5:00 pm at 1 Main St, Frisco

Call to Order:  Donna Skupien, Chair

Roll Call:  Brian Birenbach, Larrie Mackie, Craig Peterson, Deborah Shaner, Melissa Sherburne, Donna Skupien, Andy Stabile

Minutes:   Approval of the October 15, 2015, Planning Commission meeting minutes

Public Comments (non-agenda items):
Citizens making comments during Public Comments on items not on the agenda shall state their names and addresses for the record, be topic-specific, and limit comments to no longer than three minutes.  No Planning Commission action is taken on public comments. The Commission will take all comments under advisement and if a response is appropriate the individual making the comment will receive a formal response from the town at a later date.

Work Session Items:

  1. File # 336.15.SK: A sketch plan review of the proposed Holiday Center building remodel project including the addition of six (6) residential units located at 1121 Dillon Dam Road/Lot 2, Holiday Tracts Subdivision. Applicant: Frisco Holiday Center, LLC represented by O’Bryan Partnership Architects
    1. Holiday Center Staff Report
    2. Holiday Center Sketch Plans

Public Hearing Items:

  1. File # 293.15.SD: A preliminary plat request for an amendment to the Royal Alpine Subdivision plat to remove the plat restrictions for a twenty-five (25) foot front setback and an eight (8) unit maximum allowable density as noted on the Creekside Estates Filing 1 plat, located at 170 Wichita Avenue, 1A & B Alpine Drive, 3A & B Drive, and 5A & B Alpine Drive/Lots 8-A, 8-B, 8-C, and 8-D, Royal Alpine Subdivision. Applicant:  Dan McCrerey, Royal Alpine LLC
    1. Royal Alpine Subdivision Plat Amendment Staff Report


Staff and Commissioner Updates



Previous Planning Commission Minutes:
Click to see October 15, 2015
Click to see October 1, 2015
Click to see September 3, 2015
Click to see August 20, 2015
Click to see August 6, 2015
Click to see July 9, 2015
Click to see June 4, 2015
Click to see May 7, 2015
Click to see April 2, 2015
Click to see March 19, 2015
Click to see February 19, 2015
Click to see February 5, 2015
Click to see January 8, 2015