Developing in Frisco
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 and 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.
- Maps - Links to the city’s Maps page, where you can choose from several useful maps.
- 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 Development Stages and Terminology (PDF)
- Single Family Front Entry Lot Layout Guidelines (PDF)
- Street Names 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 (PDF). The most current Street Name Listing
Plans and Studies:
- Original Downtown Master Plan (PDF) (1998)
- See Also: An update to the original Downtown Master Plan was approved by the Frisco City Council in October 2018.
- Form-Based Code Manual (PDF) - The standards set out in this document are intended to be utilized in creating planned development districts throughout the City which implement the Comprehensive Plan
- Hike and Bike Master Plan (PDF)
- Preston Road Overlay District Development Standards (PDF)
- Public Transit Study (PDF)
Many developers also need information from the following sources:
- Building Inspections - Building Inspections oversees structural plan review and permit issuance
- Health & Food Safety - Plan review of public, semi-public, and residential pools, spas, and PIWFs, as well as plan review of food establishments
- Engineering Services Department - Drainage, right-of-way, utilities, as-builts, roadways (See Engineering Standards)