Frisco Community Plan

Contact Info

Frisco Town Hall

1 East Main Street
Frisco, CO 80443 United States

970-668-5276
Mon - Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm

What is a Community Plan?

A Community Plan is a long range planning tool that communities use to make proactive decisions about what their future will look like. It’s a guiding document that decision makers can use to create public policy and direct capital improvements. This plan will establish a framework that will be used to develop policies, regulations, and priorities for ensuring that Frisco’s future is consistent with our community’s vision and values.

Why are we updating this plan?

The Town’s last Community Plan was developed and adopted in 2011. Frisco has seen a lot of changes in the past 7 years; major new retail developments, new workforce housing including the Peak One Neighborhood’s 69 homes, and large, mixed use developments in our Main Street and Central Core areas. Frisco is changing and it’s a great time to check in and find out what values resonate with our current citizens. For more information check out the 2011 Frisco Community Plan and the 2015 Frisco community survey results.

Why should people care about this? 

By being engaged and participating in this process people are really helping to shape Frisco’s Future. We are looking to the citizens to provide input on challenges and opportunities they feel are important and what they would like the future Frisco to look and feel like. Community input is vital to this process and citizens will have many opportunities to provide input.