Allocate funds for housing, mental health and pre-school education needs. Consider targeted allocation of marijuana revenues for priority programs.
Complete and implement a business plan for the use of 5A Housing Funds.
Support county wide mental health funding on the November 2018 ballot.
Complete Storm Sewer Study and determine funding plan for improvements.
Complete Water Rate Study and determine new rate structure.
Analyze cost of Town services and fees. Recommend adjustments as necessary.
Evaluate the need to create an additional reserve fund to help in emergencies.
II. Safe and Secure Community
Coordinate with other government agencies to ensure optimal disaster and emergency preparedness, specifically wildfire mitigation.
Improve pedestrian, bicyclists and vehicle safety throughout town.
Complete missing trails link, as identified in the Frisco Trails Master Plan.
Continue staff training in mental health issues.
Leverage partnerships to support community health, well-being and safety through strong health and human services programs.
Make Frisco PD the employer of choice in Summit County with exceptional work culture, benefits and pay.
Inventory/evaluate emergency response plan and look at preventative measures like fire breaks.
Evaluate and enhance communications infrastructure (especially radio/cellular) and in-house communications.
III. Balanced and Sustainable Economy
Actively work to develop more communication with the business community to maximize economic opportunities.
Preserve and increase the number of workforce, family friendly and attainable housing units in Frisco.
Review and implement short-term rental regulations.
Maintain a leadership role in local and regional issues of transportation, water quality, housing and healthcare.
Celebrate and support local businesses. Consider grants for aesthetic or environmental purposes. Provide marketing assistance.
Communicate grant opportunities from other organizations to businesses.
IV. Environmental Sustainability
Preserve and restore existing open space and wetlands.
Implement Climate Action Plan to incentivize environmental stewardship; and implement the Climate Action Plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Develop solid waste reduction targets and plan (e.g., construction, restaurant, residential and large retail waste reduction, and single use plastic bags).
Update and implement a town-wide reforestation plan and a plan to mitigate noxious weeds.
Participate in regional efforts to consider more efficient recycling services and waste management.
V. Community Amenities
Update and implement a year-round Peninsula Recreation Area Plan and maintain a working relationship with the US Forest Service. Complete skatepark, boulder wall, restroom improvements and landscaping.
Implement the Marina Master Plan, including final design and construction of new Marina Services building.
Finance and implement Frisco Trails Master Plan.
Develop a strategic use and landscaping plan for each park and budget for a 4-5 year park improvement and enhancement plan.
Promote innovation around housing issues – don’t just design and build.
Secure funds to complete sider allocating more money towards the Marina Excavation (Big Dig) to expedite the project when reservoir conditions allow.
Promote multi-modal transportation and parking improvements.
Complete the Fieldhouse Feasibility Study.
Finalize the “Gap Project” design to include elements recommended in the Frisco Trails Master Plan.
VI. Community Involvement and Communication
Proactively utilize public input on specific issues through the use of ad-hoc committees, social media and other technologies.
Improve information dissemination to citizens (e.g., utilize technology to provide easy and accessible access to governmental information).
Update the Community Plan to focus on community values and vision and to set big picture strategy and targets.
Bring central core “redevelopment” back into focus through planning and a development timeline.
Keep the momentum going on the Lake Hill project in collaboration with Summit County.
Engage the community in Exit 203 and Lusher Ct./Summit Blvd. design alternatives discussion.