Development Services is responsible for processing annexations of properties located within the City’s Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ). Annexations may be voluntary (initiated by the property owner or their representative) or involuntary (initiated by the City of Frisco).
For more information, contact Planning at 972-292-5300 or email.
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Notice of Public Hearings
Public hearings for annexation cases are posted on this website, as required by state law (Texas Local Government Code § 43.0561). If no documents are listed below, then the City does not have any upcoming annexation public hearings.
Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Frisco, Texas will conduct public hearings on the listed dates at 6:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at the Frisco City Hall, 6101 Frisco Square Boulevard, Frisco, Texas on the following requests.
City Council Meeting - January 2, 2018
City Council Meeting - January 16, 2018
City Council Ordinance Adoption Meeting - February 6, 2018
A17-0001 Prosper ISD - Middle School (Voluntary)
Prosper ISD - Middle School
A request for a voluntary annexation of 33.5± acres in the Collin County School Land Survey, Abstract No. 5155, Collin County Texas, on the west side of Hillcrest, 1,630 feet south of Rockhill Parkway. Zoned ETJ.
Contact: Seth Sampson (972-292-5362).
A17-0002 Prosper ISD - High School (Voluntary)
Prosper ISD - High School
A request for a voluntary annexation of 101.8± acres in the John R. Hauge Survey, Abstract No. 405, Collin County Texas, and in the J.C. Williamson Survey, Abstract No. 947, Collin County Texas on the west side of Coit Road, 2,300 feet south of U.S. 380. Zoned ETJ.