Stakeholder representatives (5)Tony Felker, Chamber of Commerce
Michael Gfeller, Parks & Recreation Board Member
Jaime Ronderos, Frisco Economic Development
Richard Wilkinson, Frisco Independent School District
Rick Williamson, Planning & Zoning Commission
Former CPAC Members (4)
John Hamilton, Jr. - Vice Chair
Citizens and business representatives (14)
Dave Wilcox - Chair
SCHEDULE & Documents
John Lettelleir, Director of Development Services
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Place-Making & Resiliency - Successful “place‐making” is creating a distinctly memorable place that engages people. “Resiliency” is ensuring that a place will continue to be desirable in comparison with other areas, maintaining and even increasing in value over time and through economic cycles.
Public Health & Safety - For more than a decade, the Frisco City Council has stated as one its Strategic Focus Areas a desire to “…provide quality programs and services which promote community well-being.” The concept of well-being encompasses aspects such as health, happiness, safety, comfort, and prosperity, and focuses not only on the health of the body, but on the health of the mind and the fulfillment of the individual. The influence of a city on some of these factors is limited, but a municipality can directly affect other factors.