Winter Weather Alerts/Resources

The National Weather Service Fort Worth office has canceled the Winter Storm Warning for parts of North Texas, but below-freezing temperatures continue into Friday, February 25. This page will list impacts to any city facilities and services as they are announced. 

Closings & Modified Hours

  • Frisco Public Library 
    Friday, 2/25: Frisco Square 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. 
                               Connection at Stonebriar Centre 12 p.m. - 5 p.m.
    (Online services available 24/7 at

  • Frisco Athletic Center
    Friday, 2/25: 10 a.m. -  5 p.m.

  • The Grove at Frisco Commons
    Friday, 2/25:  Opening at 11 a.m.

  • The Frisco Discovery Center 
    Friday. 2/25: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. (normal hours)

  •  Frisco Heritage Museum 
    Friday, 2/25: 10 a.m.  -  4 p.m. (normal hours)
  • Collin County: All county offices will be open for business Friday, Feb. 25, including early voting polling locations for the March Primary. However, some polling centers will open late on Friday, including the Frisco Athletic Center. See the list here
  • Denton County: County offices resume regular hours Friday, Feb. 25.

Trash and Recycling Collection:  Impacts to Service February 23 - 25

Wednesday 2/23
 Recycling collection was suspended early today. For those who live in the Wednesday routes not collected, you’re allowed to set up to three extra bags of recycling next to your full recycling cart. Please do this on your next collection day, March 2.

Thursday 2/24
NO TRASH OR RECYCLING COLLECTION. Customers with Thursday collection will be serviced on Friday, February 25, weather permitting. Collection start time may be delayed depending on road conditions.

Friday 2/25
Customers with Friday service will have their collection moved to Saturday, February 26, weather permitting.

The Environmental Collection Center will reopen Friday, February 25, at 10 a.m.

The Custer Transfer Station and Plano Parkway Transfer Station plan to be open as usual this week to accept do-it-yourself trash disposal

Protecting Pipes

Review these #waterwise steps to help protect your pipes during freezing temperatures:

  • Make sure your automatic sprinkler system is turned off.
  • Drain and disconnect hoses from outdoor faucets.
  • Wrap exterior hose bibs and any exposed pipes with insulation.
  • Leave under-sink cabinet doors open, especially if plumbing is on an outside wall.
  • Set interior faucets to a slight drip. Even a tiny amount of flowing water can help prevent pipes from completely freezing.

WATCH: How can I shut off the water to my house?

One of our licensed irrigators shows you step-by-step how to find the shutoff valve in case of a plumbing emergency.