Planning for the future of Frisco
The city is updating the Comprehensive Plan, which
guides how our community develops in the years ahead.
Public involvement is an important part of this effort, so
interested individuals and organizations are encouraged
to learn more about the project and become involved in
shaping a successful future for the Frisco community.
Updating the Plan, Process Overview
PHASE ONE is defining the community vision for
the future of Frisco. Your ideas, knowledge and
perspectives make important contributions to the
future of Frisco. Many different stakeholders – property
owners, residents, business owners, community
organizations, and public agencies – will make the
decisions and investments that will implement this plan
and achieve its vision.
PHASE TWO (now underway) will determine
strategies to help achieve that preferred future.
Several alternatives will be considered before
developing final recommendations. The final, preferred scenario will be developed in October and November.
Submit your comments on the principles and strategies
that will be a part of the chapters. We will be posting
items for your input to the online discussion board as the
chapters are drafted. Available now:
Place-Making & Resiliency - Successful “place‐making”
is creating a distinctly memorable place that engages
people. “Resiliency” is ensuring that a place will continue
to be desirable in comparison with other areas, maintaining
and even increasing in value over time and through
Public Health & Safety - For more than a decade, the
Frisco City Council has stated as one its Strategic Focus
Areas a desire to “…provide quality programs and
services which promote community well-being.” The
concept of well-being encompasses aspects such as
health, happiness, safety, comfort, and prosperity, and
focuses not only on the health of the body, but on the
health of the mind and the fulfillment of the individual.
The influence of a city on some of these factors is limited,
but a municipality can directly affect other factors.
PHASE THREE will include the review and adoption
of the updated Plan (late winter/early spring 2015).