Every city has its own method for handling the development process. The City of Frisco has put together the following materials to help guide you through our zoning & development procedures:
Development Activity Reports - Annual and monthly updates
Development Application Handbook — All the forms you need for putting together a complete
Zoning, Development, or Annexation submittal.
Development Schedule — Submittal deadlines and scheduling for Planning & Zoning Commission
and City Council meetings.
Frisco's Development Process — An overview of the steps involved to developing in Frisco.
Maps — Links to the city’s Maps page, where you can choose from several useful maps.
Project Updates — Use your city-assigned project number to track the status of your project.
Recent Submittals — Monthly summaries of applications received for the past year.
Single-Family Front Entry Lot Layout Guidelines
Street Name Listing — Preliminary Plat submittals must include proposed street names;
use our street name listing to make sure your names are not already taken.
Refer also to the street name approval criteria.
Many developers also need information from the following sources:
Building Permits — Part of our Building Inspection Division, handles approving construction permits.
Green Building Program — Information on our Residential Green Building Program.
Health & Food Safety — Information for constructing pools and for any development that plans to
prepare or serve food.
Engineering Services Department — Drainage, right-of-way, utilities, as-builts all go through
Roadway Projects — Engineering Services oversees the construction of City streets.
The Engineering Services Department has also developed a brief document,
Developing Near Streams, containing some issues that should be considered as the
initial development site plan is being envisioned.