Frisco’s citizens consistently express a desire for the City to foster the development of neighborhoods with discernable quality and uniqueness. Frisco’s Green Building Program standards were developed and modified over time in a collaborative effort between citizens, developers, business owners, and elected and appointed officials. Frisco’s Green Building program includes hundreds of hours of stakeholder meetings, resulting in a broad commitment to creating a distinctive, “green” community.
Minimum Single-Family Residential Green Building Standards
- Click here to download the Green Building Program standards for all single-family
residential construction within the City of Frisco.
- Click here for information on the 2012 update.
The City of Frisco Green Building Program is designed to ensure a higher quality of life for citizens.
The residential standards of the Program focus on several areas including:
- waste reduction,
- pollution reduction,
- water conservation,
- energy conservation, and
- sustainable development.
Results / Achievements
As of November 1, 2012:
- Homes Built 16,838
- Lots Platted 21,154
- CO2 Avoided 39,908.43 Tons
- NOX Avoided 114.17 Tons
- SO2 Avoided 123.99 Tons
- Energy Savings: Average 4,650 kWh Per Home Per Year
Average $436 Savings Per Home Per Year
480,405,450 kWh Saved, Cumulative
$45,044,468 Residential Utility Cost Savings, Cumulative