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Weekly Watering Advice

One day of watering is recommended for the week of Monday (10/17) - Sunday (10/23).The weather station data recommends applying up to 0.25 inches of water on your regular trash/recycling day using the cycle and soak method. Learn how to apply just that amount.  

Showers and cooler temperatures are predicted in the forecast. Please don't forget that natural rainfall is our best water source! Hand-water flowers, trees, shrubs, and foundations as necessary with a hand-held hose, soaker hose, or dedicated drip or bubbler system for up to two hours daily, if needed. 

The planting and watering of cool season grasses, such as rye grass, is prohibited as defined in the Frisco's Water Management PlanWatering is not permitted between the hours of 10 am - 6 pm during Daylight Saving Time.

Subscribe to receive weekly watering recommendations based on data from Frisco's weather station. 


Current Watering Schedule

  • We recommend keeping sprinkler systems turned off until data from Frisco's weather station indicates watering is needed.
  • Watering is permitted once per week on your regular residential trash/recycling day. 
  • No outdoor watering from 10 am - 6 pm during Daylight Saving Time (DST).
  • Water using a hand-held hose, soaker hose, or high efficiency method of watering such as drip irrigation or bubbler system up to two hours daily.
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Current Watering Schedule
Current Watering Schedule

Frisco's Annual Water Quality Report

The City of Frisco wants water customers to know that they receive safe, high-quality drinking water. Each year, the City of Frisco provides an annual drinking water quality report to its water customers. This report, often referred to as the consumer confidence report, is required by the United States Environmental Protection Agency through the 1996 Safe Drinking Water Act.

Frisco's 2016 Annual Water Quality Report is now available online. To receive a printed version of this report, contact the Public Works Department at 972-292-5800. 

Sprinkler System Checkups

Schedule a free sprinkler system checkup by one of Frisco's licensed irrigation specialists to ensure sprinkler systems are operating efficiently.