Animal Services

Responsibilities


Animal Services delivers effective, courteous, and responsive animal care and control services to the residents of Frisco. Animal Services accomplishes the goals of protecting public safety and ensuring animal welfare through compassionate, responsive, professional enforcement of the laws and public policy.

Some concerns that Animal Services addresses are:UWP Cover Image Opens in new window

  • Rabies control and other zoonotic diseases
  • Enforcement of city, state, and federal laws
  • Public education
  • Vaccination requirements
  • Stray and/or abandoned animals
  • Neglected/abused animals
  • Unsanitary conditions
  • Wildlife and livestock issues
  • Ownership limitation requirements

WATCH: Animal Services Supervisor Steven Lerner discusses the City's Urban Wildlife Plan in this Progress In Motion video.

Report Concerns

The City of Frisco encourages people to report coyote and bobcat sightings through a new, interactive map designed to track sightings in our city – including attacks and aggressive behavior. Frisco Animal Services will use the information to identify territories, travel patterns, and places where unusually aggressive animals have been spotted. Find the sightings map.

Emergency concerns should be reported by dialing 911. For all other reports, contact Frisco Animal Services through Dispatch at 972-292-6010.