(February 10, 2014) A public meeting aimed at gathering residents’ input on designs for a new skate park has been rescheduled for Tuesday, February 11, at 7 p.m. in The Depot in Heritage Village. The meeting was postponed last week because of inclement weather.
Frisco Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a series of meetings to discuss ideas for the 75-acre Northeast Community Park near the intersection of Panther Creek Parkway and Coit Road. Two of the meetings will solely focus on the design of Frisco's highly anticipated skate park, located within Northeast.
See the schedule for upcoming meetings below:
Skate Park Master Plan Meetings
Tuesday, February 11; and Thursday, March 27
7 p.m. at The Depot at Heritage Village
Overall Park Master Plan Meetings
Thursday, March 6
6:30 p.m. at Roach Middle School, 12499 Independence Parkway
A park master plan will be created using resident feedback gathered from the public meetings, along with direction from City Council, CDC Board and the Parks and Recreation Board. The master planning process is expected to take six to eight months.
For more information, call the Parks & Recreation Offices at 972-292-6500.