FRISCO HOLDS FINAL COMMUNITY PLAN MEETING
On March 30, 2011 the Town of Frisco launched a series of six community forums to create the Frisco Community Plan; an update to the town’s comprehensive plan. The sixth and final forum is set for June 22nd and is a community dinner that will culminate all of the previous forums and celebrate the Frisco community. There will also be a presentation by guest speaker Chris Anthony. The forum will be held from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in the Frisco Day Lodge at the Peninsula Recreation Area.
The process to create the Frisco Community Plan has consisted of five different forums that have helped to identify common community values and shared quality of life statements. Each forum addressed different topics and ideas to help create the draft document. At the sixth and final meeting attendees will be presented with a draft of the Frisco Community Plan. Attendees will be able to give their input and comment on the draft plan before it is presented to the Town Council on June 28th.
There will also be a presentation by Chris Anthony. Chris is a former Alaskan Extreme Skiing Champion, veteran of nine World Extreme Skiing Championships and 21 Warren Miller Films. Between film shoots and sponsor appearances Chris manages specialized ski programs under his company “Chris Anthony Adventures” in Alaska, Italy and Colorado. Additionally, Chris co-hosts the, “Camp of the Superstars” every August in Portillo, Chile. He is also involved with SOS Outreach, an organization focused on building character in youth through adventure.
For anyone who has been unable to attend the Community Plan forums, online surveys, video and information on the previous forums can be found at www.friscogov.com. Follow the Frisco Community Forum link under quicklinks on the main page.
Frisco’s comprehensive plan is an advisory document that identifies the community’s direction for the future. The Town Charter requires the plan to be updated every five years. After the six community forums conclude this summer, the final plan will be scheduled for adoption by the Frisco Town Council. Once adopted, the Frisco Community Plan will be formally used to provide direction to elected and appointed officials, community members and staff for the next five years.