Frisco Remains in stage 3 water restrictions
The City of Frisco will remain in Stage 3 Water Restrictions. The assigned watering day is based on location within the residential trash collection day zone. Watering with a sprinkler system is limited to only one day per week BUT only if necessary, as allowed under the current Stage 3 restrictions. Watering is not permitted from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Planting and watering cool season grasses such as rye or other similar grasses are not permitted. View the Stage 3 Water Schedule map.
The best thing you can do is keep your sprinkler controller turned off and check our website for watering recommendations based on Frisco's weather station data. We encourage all residential and business customers to practice smart outdoor watering and adhere to the Stage 3 Water Restrictions. Residents are encouraged to use a hand-held hose, drip/bubbler system, and soaker hose to water landscaping, trees, and foundations. Take this opportunity to help protect our existing water resources during the continuing drought.
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Schedule a FREE Sprinkler System Check-up with a City of Frisco licensed irrigator.
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Smoke Testing Scheduled
The City of Frisco will be performing Smoke Testing on the city's sanitary sewer system. Testing will occur between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. These sewer inspections help staff locate possible leaks, breaks, and defects in the sewer system. If you receive a yellow smoke testing flyer, it is to inform you that smoke testing will be conducted in your area. The information gained from the testing will be used to improve the quality of your wastewater collection system.