Streets Division

Contact Info

Frisco Public Works

102 School Road
Frisco, CO 80443 United States

Landon Sengelman

Streets Supervisor

Calle McCartney

Public Works Office Manager

Excavation/ROW Permit Support

(970) 668-0836

The Public Works Department maintains 35 lane miles of paved roadway. In addition to public street right-of-way, the Streets Division maintains alleys, surface and storm drainage, signage, and streetlights.


Snow Removal

December 2023 Media Release about Snow Removal

Snow removal operations start in November and usually end in April, depending on snowfall. In addition to the Town rights-of-way (Town property), sidewalks in the Core Area of Town and a majority of bike paths are included in our snow removal operations. During these operations there are NO PARKING restrictions in place to provide safety to residents and their vehicles, snow removal vehicles, and Public Works employees. Please see the list of NO PARKING restrictions below. All vehicles that are in violation of these restrictions are subject to towing (at owner’s expense) in accordance with Ordinance Section 177-6 of the Traffic Code. We ask that NO PARKING restrictions are followed, so that we can do our best to make the streets safe for travel.

Property Owner’s Responsibilities

  • It is the property owner’s responsibility to keep sidewalks clear of all snow and ice, and placing, dumping, or pushing snow onto Town streets, alleys, or rights-of-way is prohibited by Town of Frisco, Ordinance 127-38.
  • Our goal is to have all streets plowed by early morning for your safety. During plowing operations, snow berms will be created across private driveways. It is the property owner’s responsibility to remove these berms, and place the removed snow on their property. The snow may not be placed back onto Town streets, alleys, or right-of-way.
  • Private contractors must place snow on the property that they are plowing. Placing, dumping, or pushing snow onto Town streets, alleys, or rights-of-way from adjacent properties is prohibited by Ordinance 127-38.


There is no parking on Town streets, alleys, or right-of-way during designated times:

  • Core area of Town including Main Street, Granite Street, Galena Street, and the adjacent alleys and avenues: 2:00am – 6:00am
  • Residential Streets/Alleys: 12:00am – 6:00am

Illegally Parked or Abandoned Vehicles

Top report illegally parked or abandoned vehicles, please call Summit County non-emergency dispatch at 970-668-8600.

Overnight Parking

There are currently two lots in Frisco that accommodate overnight parking.

  1. The West Main Street “Kayak” Parking Lot is located on the west end of Frisco Main Street and is an official overnight lot. This lot is located next to I70/exit 201.
  2. Marina/Summit Public Parking Lot is located on the southeast corner at the intersection of Marina Road and Hwy 9/Summit Boulevard.

Overnight Parking Regulations

  • Overnight parking is allowed for 24 hours maximum.
  • A person may call Summit County non-emergency dispatch at 970-668-8600 and request a “no tow” when parked somewhere other than the two 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 lot will have signs indicating when a lot will be plowed. Please pay attention to these signs to avoid citations and towing.

Street Design and Access Criteria

Current design standards for construction which encourages conscientious and responsible development may be found in the Town’s Street Design and Access Criteria.

What is Town Right-of-Way?

Right-of-way is defined as a legal right established by usage/grant to use a specific route through grounds or property belonging to another individual. Town of Frisco right-of-way measure between 60-85 feet in width, and as a general guideline the Town uses 20 feet on each side of the pavement for public utilities, street maintenance, drainage, and snow storage. Please be aware that snow removal operations require use of the full width of asphalt and the 20 feet on each side of the street.

Utility Excavation/Right-of-Way Work Permits

Public Works issues all utility excavation and right-of-way work permit applications within the Town. Any contractor wishing to install utilities (water lines, sewer lines, cable, telephone, gas and electric) within the Town of Frisco or perform any right-of-way work must first obtain an Excavation/Right-of-Way Work Permit. Utility excavation permits for excavations deeper than three feet are issued April 15th – October 31st. Utility excavation permits for utility installations that are less than three feet deep, and wholly contained within private property, are issued year-round. All excavations must be performed in accordance with the Town of Frisco’s Excavation Ordinance, Chapter 87.

Download the Utility Excavation and R-O-W Permit Application and email it to Copies are also available at the office of the Public Works Office Manager at 102 School Road, Frisco, CO 80443. Requirements are specified in Chapter 87.

All excavators and contractors must have a valid Town of Frisco business license and must provide a current Certificate of Insurance naming the Town of Frisco as additionally insured before the issuance of an Excavation/Right-of-Way Permit.

Fees for permits are $200 for work on private and public property, a bond may be required.

Excavators must “call before you dig”. To request utility locates, call the Utility Notification Center of Colorado at 800-922-1987 or dial 811.