REGISTER NOW FOR SPRING SESSION BEGINNING FEBRUARY 28
(February 1, 2011) One of the city’s most popular programs is back and currently accepting a limited number of participants for the spring session. City Hall 101 is a great way to boost your knowledge about how City Hall and Frisco’s other municipal facilities operate. The next City Hall 101 class runs from February 28 through May 23, 2011.
Get an insider’s view into how Frisco operates from Mayor Maher Maso, Frisco City Council members, city managers and the city staff who keep the city running smoothly. See how the Frisco Fire and Police Departments work to protect the people of Frisco and their property. Hear what it takes to build roads and to plan for Frisco’s future growth. Frisco ISD leaders will also host one of the sessions to show you the latest technology used by the school district and to answer your questions. These and many more topics are covered during the 12-week program which runs on Monday evenings from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
The initial “kick off” session on February 28 will be held at the George A. Purefoy Municipal Center, 6101 Frisco Square Blvd. After the first week the locations of Monday night sessions will change to correspond with the department or program being discussed.
City Hall 101 is open to Frisco residents 18 and older. Class size is limited. Register online on the city’s website at FriscoTexas.gov/CH101. The schedule for weekly class topics and locations is also listed online. For more information email CityHall101@FriscoTexas.gov or contact Daniel Ford at 972-292-5542.