(August 21, 2013) Registration is open for City Hall 101, a multi-week course that offers an insider view of how the City of Frisco operates and how officials deal with challenges.
The free program gives residents a chance to learn more about how their city government is set up and how different departments interact. The upcoming City Hall 101 class runs from September 9 – December 16. Register now if you’re interested in participating. Classes fill up quickly.
During the 13-week program, which meets on Mondays from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., participants will hear from Mayor Maher Maso, city managers and city staff members. They will learn what it takes to plan parks and build roads. The Frisco Fire and Police departments will demonstrate the equipment they use to protect individuals and businesses. Frisco ISD also will talk about how they meet the needs of a growing district, demonstrating new technology used to move education forward.
The first session will take place at the George A. Purefoy Municipal Center, 6101 Frisco Square Blvd. Future Monday sessions will be scheduled at different facilities, depending on which department or program is the topic of discussion.
City Hall 101 is open to Frisco residents over the age of 18. The schedule for class topics and locations is posted online. For more information email CityHall101@friscotexas.gov or contact Ben Brezina at 972-292-5415.