Current Projects

Below are current projects stemming directly from recommendations made in the City's 2015 Comprehensive Plan and reflected in the City Council's top ten priorities in 2018. These projects help bridge the gap between the Frisco of today and where we see ourselves headed in the future.

​On our way to the 2020 Census

Partners are critical to the success of a complete and accurate count in 2020. Do you know why the 2020 Census matters? Do you know how participating can help your community? Learn more here.

Latest News: 

 The Complete Count Committee had its kickoff meeting on July 16th. The group presented ideas on how to raise awareness about the Census.

Downtown Master Plan Update

Approved in 1998, the Downtown Master Plan represented a desire to preserve the cultural and structural heritage of Frisco and to facilitate the development of a strong historic downtown core. The Plan examined a wide variety of topics, from historic preservation to land use to public improvements.

Latest News:

an update to the original Downtown Master Plan was approved by the Frisco City Council on October 16, 2018.

​Neighborhood Design Strategy

The study is intended to help the City revise policies for future residential development in a way that reflects the 2015 Comprehensive Plan, and is one of the Plan's major projects. This study was one of City Council's top ten priorities in 2016 and 2017, and City Council approved the Neighborhood Design Strategy in 2017. The City Council approved the Planning & Zoning Commission recommended ordinance changes resulting from this study on November 26, 2018 (Ordinance No.18-11-68). 

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