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Town Cleanup Day (Rescheduled to June 4) and Solarize Summit: Help Make Frisco’s Future Greener

Frisco’s Town Clean Up Day, scheduled for Saturday, May 21, 2022, is fast approaching. After two years of having a modified event with a week-long, independent cleanup format, community members will once again gather at the Historic Park on Main Street, starting  at 9:00am to grab a cup of coffee and supplies before heading out to clean up neighborhoods, parks, open spaces, business areas, and trails around Frisco in anticipation of summer.

To celebrate Frisco’s “spring clean” and to thank community cleanup volunteers, there will be a picnic with food grilled by Frisco Town Council and entertainment by DJ Landry at the Frisco Historic Park. To further celebrate the efforts of clean up volunteers, there will also be a door prize drawings and prizes for the most valuable, most unique, and grossest finds of the day. 

Businesses, we still need your support.

The Town of Frisco is still seeking support for this community event from our local businesses. Here are a few ways that your business can get involved:

  • Gift certificates provide a great way to bring locals into your business. 
  • Item donations represent what you sell in your store and showcase your business. 
  • Providing food (like desserts or a large side dish) for the volunteer picnic is a wonderful way to show off your restaurant or store to locals.
  • Volunteering to clean up with your staff is another great way to support Clean Up Day. Please come out and meet on Frisco Main Street (in front of the Historic Park) on Saturday, May 21 at 9:00am to help clean up our beautiful town! 

All types of donations are greatly appreciated. If you make a donation, your business name will be printed on a large thank-you poster to be seen by approximately 400 event participants and acknowledged on stage by DJ Landry during the picnic. 

You may drop off your donation at Frisco Town Hall (1 W. Main Street) or email Lisa Long, events coordinator, to arrange pick up. It would be great to receive donations by 5:00 pm on Friday, May 13, 2022 so we can make sure that your prize donation is acknowledged on site. 

Solarize Summit

Every year, the Town of Frisco, in partnership with High Country Conservation Center, continues to offer Solarize Summit, a program that makes getting solar for your home or business simple and more affordable. The Town is offering limited, $1,500 rebates for residents who will sign a solar installation contract by May 31, 2022. Active Energies Solar, the program’s installer, also provides a $300 discount to all program participants. To learn more about the benefits of solar and to sign up for a free, no-obligation solar consultation, please visit