The Town of Frisco, along with the Towns of Dillon, Breckenridge, Silverthorne, and Blue River have rescheduled the Countywide Town Clean Up Day to Saturday, June 4, 2022, due to anticipated heavy snow in the forecast and information regarding the details of each Town’s cleanup day may be found at their respective websites. According to Weather.com, Frisco is expected to receive 5 – 8 inches on Friday night, with an additional 1 – 3 inches of snow Saturday morning.
“After two years of a socially distant event, we wanted to reemphasize the community and social aspect of Town Clean Up Day, and keep it a fun experience – not easy to do with half a foot of snow on the ground and in the middle of a storm cycle,” stated Zane Myers, Frisco events manager.
This event is a chance for community members to get together to clean up neighborhoods, parks, open spaces, business areas, and trails around Frisco in anticipation of summer. Volunteer check-in is at 9:00am at the Frisco Historic Park on Frisco Main Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues, during which time volunteers will receive gloves, orange trash bags, and tickets for door prize drawings, lunch, and beverages. Coffee and light breakfast will be provided. Volunteers may ask to be assigned to a cleanup area, or they may select an area in Frisco that they feel would benefit from their efforts.
Post cleanup, participants are invited back to the Frisco Historic Park for an appreciation picnic with food grilled up by Frisco Town Council and door prizes and awards from appreciative local merchants for the most valuable, most unique, and grossest finds of the day.
Businesses, we still need your support
The Town continues to invite local businesses to support the Town of Frisco Clean Up Day picnic and highlight their business to the locals who support and recommend them. All types of donations are appreciated, including:
- Gift certificates
- Item donations for door prizes
- Food for the picnic
Businesses who donate will have their name displayed on a large thank you-poster at the event, along with verbal acknowledgement on the stage during the picnic. Businesses are also invited to bring their staff to participate in the cleanup efforts.
Businesses may drop off their donation at Frisco Town Hall (1 W. Main Street) or email Lisa Long, events coordinator to arrange pickup. The Town prefers that any donations are received by 5:00pm on Friday, May 27, 2022. More information about Frisco’s Town Cleanup Day may be found at TownofFrisco.com or by emailing Zane Myers.
Canceled- Annual Hard-to-Recycle Items Drop-off Event
Canceled due to snow- High Country Conservation Center in partnership with Summit County and the Towns had their annual “hard-to-recycle” event scheduled for May 21 where the community could properly dispose of household hazardous waste for free on Saturday, May 21 from 8:00am – 2:00pm at the Summit Stage Bus Barn, at 0222 County Shops Road, next to the County Commons in Frisco.
This event will be rescheduled in several months time due to challenges with vendor scheduling.
Items to be accepted included:
- Electronic Waste
- TVs, laptops, cellphones & tablets
- Computer monitors, printers, keyboards & wires
- Sound systems, DVD players & VCRs
- Aerosol cans, chemicals & cleaners
- Paints, thinners, glues & adhesives
- Fertilizers & pesticides
- Gently used clothing
- Prescription drugs
*Motor oil is NOT accepted at this event. Residents are asked to please bring motor oil to the Summit County Resource Allocation Park (SCRAP) where is can be disposed of free of charge during regular business hours.
HHW materials are also accepted year-round at the Summit County Resource Allocation Park Monday – Friday from 7:00am-3:30pm and Saturday from 7:00am-noon. Learn more about HHW recycling and disposable by visiting HighCountryConservation.org or calling HC3 at (970) 668-5703.