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Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee 

The City Council appointed the Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee (CPAC) to assist staff and the consultant with updating the Comprehensive Plan.  



Stakeholder representatives (5)Tony Felker, Chamber of Commerce
Michael Gfeller, Parks & Recreation Board Member
Jaime Ronderos, Frisco Economic Development
Richard Wilkinson, Frisco Independent School District
Rick Williamson, Planning & Zoning Commission


Former CPAC Members (4)

Stan Brasuell
Baxter Brinkmann
John Hamilton, Jr. - Vice Chair
Robert Ouellette


Citizens and business representatives (14)

Clint Bedsole
Chad Brubaker
Debby Clark
Steve Cone
Aaron Fletcher
Rick Fletcher
Stephen Hulsey
Chris Moss
Kurt North
Bruce Quinnell
Lynn Slaney-Silguero
Jeffrey Stinson
Edward Szczebak
Dave Wilcox - Chair



SCHEDULE & Documents

Share your ideas about planning for the future of Frisco:

Life-long Community. What will make Frisco attractive to people at all stages of their lives?

Natural Assets. How can Frisco make the most of its natural assets and limited resources?

Connectivity. What connections, mobility improvements and travel mode choices will make it easy to get around Frisco in 2035?

Resilient Economy. What business opportunities will give Frisco a strong and adaptable economy in the future?

Distinctive Community Identity. What will make Frisco a distinctive and desirable community in the future?

A Vibrant & Vital Center. What should the central area of Frisco be like in 20 years?


City Liaison:

John Lettelleir, Director of Development Services



Development Services

Comprehensive Plan Update

2006 Comprehensive Plan


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Frisco, Texas 75034
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