Community Development

Contact Info

Cheryl Mattka

Permit Technician

Don Reimer

Community Development Director

COVID-19 Update

Frisco Town Hall is open to the public; however, masks are required and appointments are necessary to meet with staff. Thank you for your consideration and understanding.

Online Permit Applications

The Town of Frisco Community Development Department is committed to working with our building community and homeowners to accept and move forward, both Planning and Building, permit applications. The Town of Frisco has recently begun accepting the following permits online through our CommunityCore software.


    • Window/Door Replacements
    • Mechanical (Fireplaces, Furnaces, Boilers replacements or new)
    • Plumbing (Water Heater replacements)
    • Re-roofs
    • Hot Tubs
    • Demolition
    • Change of Occupancy
    • BLDG-IRC (International Residential Code)
    • BLDG-IBC (International Building Code)


    • Administrative Adjustment
    • Administrative Site Plan
    • Banner
    • Conditional Use
    • Final Plat
    • Grading Permit
    • Minor Site Plan
    • Major Site Plan
    • Outdoor Commercial Establishment (OCE)
    • Property Vacation
    • Sign Permit
    • Variance
    • Wetlands Disturbance
Click Here for CommunityCore Permit Applications

If you have not received an email with CommunityCore logon instructions, please email, and you will be set-up so that you can enter your application, application documentation, pay your fees, and check on the permit status – all online at your convenience.

Once a complete submittal is received, the Applicant will be advised of the fees assessed and can logon to CommunityCore and make fee payment with a credit card or Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). After the plan review is complete, the Planning Department will email a Notice of Decision, as applicable, and the Building Department will issue the permit via email to the Applicant. (If the Planning/Building Department finds that a plan review cannot be completed without printed plans, the Applicant will be contacted and further arrangements will be made.)

For those projects already permitted and in the inspection phase, we will be conducting inspections under specific guidelines. Please review our COVID-19 Jobsite Restrictions which details the inspection process.


The mission of the Community Development Department (CDD) of Frisco, Colorado is to enhance quality of life, promote sustainable development and environmental stewardship, and encourage compatible building design throughout the Frisco community.

CDD strives to serve the community and guide the physical development of Frisco to meet present and future needs of its citizens in ways that promote good civic design, convenience, health, safety, efficiency and economy. The Building and Planning Divisions of CDD are the front line resources to assist customers in obtaining various permits for development as well as to provide zoning information on properties.

CDD is committed to…

  • Providing professional, efficient customer service
  • Promoting greater understanding of the Town’s building and zoning codes
  • Finding practical and common sense solutions

Frisco, Colorado Building Division
Frisco, Colorado Planning Division