I. We Balance the Budget – Assure financially sound Town government
Use available revenues to maintain and expand Town services based upon community need.
Maintain sufficient reserves in all funds.
Diversify revenue sources.
Evaluate fee structure.
Maintain Town infrastructure and facilities.
Employ established, effective methods of long-range revenue and expenditure forecasting.
Employ cost-containment and cost–control measures, including program prioritization and performance measurement, to prevent
expenditures from exceeding revenues (e.g. ensuring that the Capital Fund is able to address future community needs).
Allocate funds for housing, mental health and pre-school education needs. Consider targeted allocation of marijuana revenues for priority
Complete and implement a business plan for the use of 5A Housing Funds.
II. We Serve and Protect – Provide a safe and secure community
Coordinate with other government agencies to ensure optimal disaster and emergency preparedness, specifically wildfire mitigation.
Maintain safety in public gathering places.
Keep Town facilities secure.
Ensure citizen safety throughout the Town with a focus on safe access to schools.
Promote positive community relations and customer service to improve relationships, trust, and foster confidence in our Police.
Department’s mission to protect and serve.
Improve pedestrian, bicyclists and vehicle safety throughout Frisco.
Leverage partnerships to support community health, well-being and safety through strong health and human services programs.
III. We Have Pride – Pursue a balanced and sustainable local economy
Actively work to develop communication with the business community to maximize economic opportunities.
Strengthen and diversify the retail base to increase sales tax revenues.
Maintain an integrated marketing plan for the Frisco Adventure Park, Frisco Bay Marina, Frisco Nordic Center and Frisco Main Street for the
purpose of generating revenue.
Create and sustain a strong community for those who live and work in and around Frisco and the Ten Mile Basin.
Preserve and increase the number of workforce, family friendly and attainable housing units in Frisco.
Implement the recommendations of the Frisco Housing Task Force to preserve and increase workforce housing and to sustain the community.
Maintain a leadership role in the local and regional issues of transportation, water quality, housing and healthcare.
IV. We Have Bright Ideas – Promote sustainable environmental policies and practices
Preserve and restore existing open space and wetlands.
Implement and incentivize environmental stewardship and update sustainability 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
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. We Play – Enhance community amenities
Ensure Town infrastructure and facilities are well-designed and well-maintained.
Update and implement a year-round Peninsula Recreation Area Plan and maintaining a working relationship with the US Forest Service).
Update and implement the Marina Master Plan.
Meet local needs and continue to explore opportunities for diverse recreational facilities and activities.
Finance and implement Frisco Trails Plan.
VI. We Listen – Foster proactive 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).
Partner with the community to foster involvement, communication and volunteerism.
Update Community Plan to focus on community values.
Encourage and regulate smart growth to maintain Frisco’s community character.