The Town of Frisco invites residents and visitors to ParkSmartFrisco to support a thriving Main Street by encouraging consistent turnover of the available parking spaces for those doing business and visiting Frisco.
- Parking on Frisco Main Street is free but there is a three (3) hour maximum time limit on parking.
- In order to ensure that parking is available for customers on Main Street, the Frisco Police Department will enforce the three hour parking time limits using an efficient parking software and a team of community service officers.
- Parking time limits will be enforced seven days a week from 8:00am to 5:00pm on the seven blocks of Frisco Main Street from Madison Avenue to 7th Avenue.
- Parking is prohibited on Town streets in the Main Street area from 2:00am – 6:00am and in the outlying areas from 12:00am – 6:00am, as signed, due to maintenance and snow removal needs.
How can employees ParkSmartFrisco?
- Walk, bike or take the free Summit Stage whenever possible. At just under two square miles in size, Frisco is very walkable and bikeable, even in the winter. Check out Frisco’s commitment to trails, both hard and soft surface, with Frisco’s latest trail map, and look out for new trails, as the Frisco Trails Master Plan leads to even more hard and soft surface trail building.
- There are no parking time limits on side avenues, and parking is allowed there all day from 6:00am – 2:00am.
- Overnight parking and all day employee parking lots are available at three locations in Frisco:
- Granite/3rd Lot Parking Lot- dirt lot located at the southwest corner of 3rd Avenue and Granite Street
- Marina/Summit Lot- dirt lot on the corner of Summit Boulevard and Marina Road
- West Main Street “Kayak” Parking Lot on the west end of Frisco Main Street next to I70 Exit 201
Overnight Parking Regulations
Main Street Area Parking Map
- Overnight parking is allowed for 24 hours maximum in designated parking lots.
- No trailer parking is allowed overnight.
- Camping and sleeping in cars is prohibited.
- A person may call Summit County dispatch at 970-668-8600 and request a “no tow” when parked somewhere other than designated overnight parking lots. The Town will make every effort not to tow these vehicles, but snow removal needs may result in the vehicle being towed and the owner of the car will be cited and responsible for a towing fee.
- Each overnight parking lot will have signs indicating when a lot will be plowed. Please pay attention to these signs to avoid citations and towing.
Illegally Parked or Abandoned Vehicles
To report illegally parked or abandoned vehicles, please call Summit County Dispatch at 970-668-8600.