News Releases

No new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (June 5, 2020, 5:30 p.m.) 

(June 5, 2020) Denton County confirms no new Frisco cases of COVID-19 today and no additional recoveries. Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases stands at 179, which includes 134 recoveries between the two counties. However today’s Frisco total does not include a daily total from Collin County. Please see the ‘notice’ from Collin County.  Read the full release

No new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (June 4, 2020, 5 p.m.) 

(June 4, 2020) Denton County confirms no new Frisco cases of COVID-19 today and no additional recoveries. Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases stands at 179, which includes 134 recoveries between the two counties. However today’s Frisco total does not include a daily total from Collin County. Please see the ‘notice’ from Collin County.   Read the full release

Collin County confirms death of Frisco man, 89; Frisco’s second COVID-19 related death; No other changes in Frisco cases reported today (June 3, 2020, 6:15 p.m.) 

(June 3, 2020) An 89-year-old man from Frisco with COVID-19 and underlying health conditions died late Tuesday night at a hospital in Plano, according to a report received by Collin County Health Care Services (CCHCS).  Out of respect for his family, no further personal information is being released.  This is the 36th COVID-19 related death in Collin County, Frisco’s second.  

No new cases or recoveries were reported by Denton County today meaning that Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases stands at 179, which includes 134 recoveries between the two counties. Today’s Frisco total does not include a daily total from Collin County. Please see the ‘notice’ from Collin County.  Read the full release

No new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (June 2, 2020, 4:15 p.m.) 

(June 2, 2020) Denton County confirms no new Frisco cases of COVID-19 today and no additional recoveries. Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases stands at 179, which includes 134 recoveries between the two counties. Today’s Frisco total does not include a daily total from Collin County.  Please see the ‘notice’ from Collin County.  Read the full release

Two new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (June 1, 2020, 4:45 p.m.) 

(June 1, 2020)  Denton County confirms two new Frisco cases of COVID-19 today and no additional recoveries.  Collin County confirms no new Frisco cases and two additional recoveries. This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 179, which includes 134 recoveries between the two counties.  Read the full release

One new Frisco case of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 31, 2020, 4:30 p.m.) 

(May 31, 2020)  Collin County confirms one new Frisco case of COVID-19 today and no additional recoveries.  Denton County confirms no new Frisco cases or recoveries today.  This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 177, which includes 132 recoveries between the two counties. Read the full release

One new Frisco case of COVID-19, two recoveries confirmed today (May 30, 2020, 4:30 p.m.) 

(May 30, 2020)  Denton County confirms one new Frisco case of COVID-19 and one additional recovery.  Collin County also confirms a new recovery but no new cases.  This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 176, which includes 132 recoveries between the two counties.  Read the full release

Six new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 29, 2020, 4:30 p.m.) 

(May 29, 2020) Collin County confirms five new Frisco cases of COVID-19. Denton County confirms one new Frisco case. Neither county reports any new Frisco recoveries today.  This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 175, which includes 130 recoveries between the two counties. Read the full release. 

One new Frisco case of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 28, 2020, 4 p.m.) 

(May 28, 2020) Collin County confirms one new Frisco case of COVID-19. Denton County confirms no new Frisco cases. Neither county reports any new Frisco recoveries today.  This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 169, which includes 130 recoveries between the two counties. Read the full release. 

Five new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 27, 2020, 4:15 p.m.) 

(May 27, 2020) Collin County confirms four new Frisco cases of COVID-19 and one new recovery today.  Denton County confirms one new Frisco case but no new recoveries.  This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 168, which includes 130 recoveries between the two counties. Read the full release. 

One new Frisco case of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 26, 2020, 6:30 p.m.) 

(May 26, 2020) Collin County confirms one new Frisco case of COVID-19 and no new recoveries today. Denton County reports no new Frisco cases or recoveries. This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 163, which includes 129 recoveries between the two counties. Read the full release. 

One new Frisco case of COVID-19 and one recovery confirmed today (May 25, 2020, 4:15 p.m.) 

(May 25, 2020) Denton County confirms one new Frisco case of COVID-19 and one new recovery today. Collin County reports no new Frisco cases or recoveries.  This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 162, which includes 129 recoveries between the two counties. Read the full release

No new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 24, 2020, 4:45 p.m.) 

(May 24, 2020) Both Collin and Denton counties confirm no new Frisco cases of COVID-19 today.  There are no recoveries to report today, either. This means Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases remains 161, which includes 128 recoveries between the two counties.  Read the full release

Two new Frisco case of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 23, 2020, 5:45 p.m.) 

(Update May 24, 2020:  Case count corrected to ’two’ from ’one’.  Table and totals were posted correctly, headline banner and ’lead’ sentence were not.  We apologize for the error) 

(May 23, 2020) Collin County confirms two new Frisco cases of COVID-19 and two recoveries. Denton County confirms no new cases or recoveries today.  This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 161, which includes 128 recoveries between the two counties. Read the full release

One new Frisco case of COVID-19 and one recovery confirmed today (May 22, 2020, 5:15 p.m.) 

(May 22, 2020) Collin County confirms one new Frisco case of COVID-19 and one new recovery today. Denton reports no new Frisco cases or recoveries. This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 159, which includes 126 recoveries between the two counties. Read the full release.

Two new Frisco cases of COVID-19 and one recovery confirmed today (May 21, 2020, 4:15 p.m.) 

(May 21, 2020) Both Collin and Denton Counties each confirm one new Frisco case of COVID-19 today. Collin County also reports one new recovery. Denton reports none. This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 158, which includes 125 recoveries between the two counties. Read the full release.

Four new Frisco cases of COVID-19 and four recoveries confirmed today (May 20, 2020, 4:30 p.m.) 

(May 20, 2020) Collin County confirms one new Frisco case of COVID-19 and two recoveries today.  Denton County confirms three new Frisco cases of COVID-19 and two recoveries. That means Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 is 156, which includes 124 recoveries. Read the full release.

Two new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 19, 2020, 5 p.m.) 

(May 19, 2020) Both Collin and Denton Counties each confirm one new Frisco case of COVID-19 today.  Both counties also report one new recovery each. This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 152, which includes 120 recoveries between the two counties. Read the full release.

No new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 18, 2020, 4:25 p.m.) 

(May 18, 2020) Both Collin and Denton Counties confirm no new Frisco cases of COVID-19 today.  Collin County reports one new recovery while Denton reports none. This means Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases remains 150, which includes 118 recoveries between the two counties.  Read the full release.

One new Frisco case of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 17, 2020, 5 p.m.) 

(May 17, 2020) Denton County confirms one new Frisco case of COVID-19 and one new recovery.  Collin County confirms no new cases or recoveries for Frisco today.  This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 150, which includes 117 recoveries between the two counties.  Read the full release. 

One new Frisco case of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 16, 2020, 4 p.m.) 

(May 16, 2020) Denton County confirms one new Frisco case of COVID-19 and no new recoveries.  Collin County confirms no new cases or recoveries.  This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 149, which includes 116 recoveries between the two counties.  Read the full release. 

One new Frisco case of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 15, 2020, 4:30 p.m.) 

(May 15, 2020) Collin County confirms one new Frisco case of COVID-19 and no additional recoveries. Denton County reports no new Frisco cases or recoveries today. This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 148, which includes 116 recoveries between the two counties. Read the full release

Two new Frisco cases of COVID-19 and three recoveries confirmed today (May 14, 2020, 5:30 p.m.) 

(May 14, 2020) Collin County confirms one new Frisco case of COVID-19 and two recoveries today.   Denton County confirms one new Frisco case of COVID-19 and one recovery.  That means Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 is 147, which includes 116 recoveries.  Read the full release

One new Frisco case of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 13, 2020, 4:45 p.m.) 

(May 13, 2020) Denton County confirms one new Frisco case of COVID-19 and no additional recoveries.  Collin County reports no new Frisco cases or recoveries today. This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 145, which includes 113 recoveries between the two counties. Read the full release 

Two new Frisco cases of COVID-19 and four new recoveries confirmed today (May 12, 2020, 5:30 p.m.)

(May 12, 2020) Denton County confirms two new Frisco cases of COVID-19 and also reports four new recoveries.  Collin County reports no new Frisco cases or recoveries today. This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 144, which includes 113 recoveries between the two counties. Read the full release 

No new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 11, 2020, 4:45 p.m.) 

(May 11, 2020) Both Collin and Denton counties confirm no new Frisco cases of COVID-19 today.  Collin County reports one new recovery while Denton reports none. This means Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases remains 142, which includes 109 recoveries between the two counties.  Read more in full release.

No new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 10, 2020, 4:30 p.m.) 

(May 10, 2020) Both Collin and Denton counties confirm no new Frisco cases of COVID-19 today.  There are no recoveries to report today, either. This means Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases remains 142, which includes 108 recoveries between the two counties. Read more in full release.

No new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 9, 2020, 4:15 p.m. )

(May 9, 2020) Both Collin and Denton counties confirm no new Frisco cases of COVID-19 today.  There are no recoveries to report today, either. This means Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases remains 142, which includes 108 recoveries between the two counties. Read more in full release.

Two new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 8, 2020, 5:45 p.m.)

(May 8, 2020) Collin County confirms two new Frisco cases of COVID-19. Denton County confirms none. Neither county reports any new Frisco recoveries, however Collin has adjusted a previously reported recovered case. This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 142, which includes 108 recoveries (down from 109) between the two counties.  Read more in full release.

One new Frisco case of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 7, 2020, 4:45 p.m.)

(May 7, 2020) Collin County confirms one new Frisco case of COVID-19.  Denton County reports none.  Neither county reports any new recoveries today. This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 140, which includes 109 recoveries between the two counties.  Read more in full release.

No new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 6, 2020, 4:45 p.m.)

(May 6, 2020) Both Collin and Denton County confirm no new Frisco cases of COVID-19 and no additional recoveries today.  This means Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases stands at 139, which includes 109 recoveries between the two counties.  Read more in full release.

Two new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 5, 2020, 4:30 p.m.)

(May 5, 2020) Collin and Denton County each confirm one new Frisco case of COVID-19.  Collin also reports two new recoveries while Denton reports none.  This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 139, which includes 109 recoveries between the two counties.   Read more in full release

One new Frisco case of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 4, 2020, 5:00 p.m.)

(May 4, 2020) Collin County confirms one new Frisco case of COVID-19.  Denton County reports none.  Collin also reports one recovery; Denton County reports none.  This means Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases stands at 137, which includes 107 recoveries between the two counties.   Read more in full release.

No new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 3, 2020, 4:40 p.m.)

(May 3, 2020) Both Collin and Denton Counties confirm no new Frisco cases of COVID-19 today. There are no  Frisco recoveries to report today, either.  This means Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases stands at 136, which includes 106 recoveries between the two counties.   Read more in full release.   

One new Frisco case of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 2, 2020, 5:30 p.m.) 

(May 2, 2020) Collin County confirms one new Frisco case of COVID-19 and no additional recoveries.  Denton County confirms no new Frisco cases nor recoveries today. This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 136, which includes 106 recoveries between the two counties.  Read more in full release

One new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (May 1, 2020, 5 p.m.) 

(May 1, 2020)  Collin County confirms one new Frisco case of COVID-19 and one recovery. Denton County confirms no new Frisco cases but reports three new recoveries. This brings Frisco’s total confirmed cases to 136, which includes 106 recoveries between the two counties.  Read more in full release

APRIL 2020

No new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (April 30, 2020, 4:30 p.m.) 

(April 30, 2020) Both Collin and Denton County confirm no new Frisco cases of COVID-19 and no additional recoveries today.  This means Frisco’s total confirmed cases stands at 135, which includes 102 recoveries between the two counties.  Read more in full release

One new Frisco case of COVID-19 confirmed today (April 29, 2020, 4:30 p.m.) 

(April 29, 2020) Denton County confirms one new Frisco case of COVID-19.  Collin County reports no new Frisco cases, but confirms two new recoveries.  Denton County also confirms one new recovery. This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 135, which includes 103 recoveries.  Read more in full release

Two new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (April 28, 2020, 4:30 p.m.) 

(April 28, 2020) Both Collin and Denton County confirm one new Frisco case of COVID-19 each.  Collin also confirms two new recoveries, Denton County reports none. This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 134, which includes 100 recoveries.  Read more in full release

Frisco Amends Emergency Ordinance to Align with State Plan to Open Texas (April 27, 2020, 8 p.m.)

(April 27, 2020) Tonight, the Frisco City Council voted to amend its emergency ordinance to align with Governor Greg Abbott’s Open Texas plan, which takes effect May 1.  This ordinance also opens some parks and recreation facilities. Read more in full release

One new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (April 27 2020, 5 p.m.) 

(April 27, 2020) Collin County confirms one new Frisco case of COVID-19  but no new recoveries.  Denton County confirms no new Frisco cases, along with no new recoveries. This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 132, which includes 98 recoveries.  Read more in full release

One new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (April 26 2020, 4:30 p.m.) 

(April 26, 2020) Denton county confirms one new Frisco cases of COVID-19, no additional recoveries.  Collin county confirms none and no additional recoveries.  This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 131, which includes 98 recoveries.  Read more in full release 

No new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (April 25, 2020, 4:30 p.m.) 

(April 25,  2020) Both Collin and Denton counties report no new Frisco cases of COVID-19 today.  No new recovered cases were reported today, either. This means Frisco’s total confirmed cases stands at 130, which includes 97 recoveries between the two counties. Read more in full release.

Four new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed today (April 24, 2020, 4:30 p.m.)

(April 24, 2020) Collin County confirms four new Frisco cases of COVID-19 and one new recovery. Denton County reports no new Frisco cases or recoveries. This brings Frisco’s total confirmed cases to 130. Between the two counties, 97 Frisco residents have recovered. Read more in full release

One new Frisco case of COVID-19 confirmed; eight new recoveries reported today (April 23, 2020, 4:30 p.m.)

(April 23, 2020) Collin County confirms one new Frisco case of COVID-19. Denton County confirms none but reports six new recoveries. Collin County also reports two new recoveries. This brings Frisco’s total confirmed cases to 126.  Between the two counties, 96 Frisco residents have recovered. Read more in full release

Three new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed; 11 recoveries reported today (April 22, 2020, 5:30 p.m.)

(April 22, 2020) Denton County confirms three new Frisco cases of COVID-19. Collin County confirms no new Frisco cases, but reports 10 new recoveries. Denton County also reports one.  This brings Frisco’s total confirmed cases to 125.  Between the two counties, 88 Frisco residents have recovered.  Read more in full release

Frisco Amends Emergency Ordinance; Aligning with Governor’s Executive Order (April 21, 2020, 9 p.m.)

(April 21, 2020) Tonight, the Frisco City Council voted to amend its ordinance to align with Governor Greg Abbott’s latest Executive Order, issued April 17, which allows for ‘Reopened Services’ or what’s being called ‘Retail To-Go’. Beginning Friday, April 24, non-essential services may offer ‘Retail To-Go’ through pickup or delivery to doorstep or by mail.  Read more in full release

Five new Frisco cases of COVID-19 reported today (April 21, 2020, 6 p.m.)

(April 21, 2020) Collin County confirms five new Frisco cases of COVID-19. Denton County confirms none. Collin County also reports four new recoveries and one case transferred.  This brings Frisco’s total confirmed cases to 122.  Between the two counties, 77 Frisco residents have recovered.  Read more in full release

Two new Frisco cases of COVID-19 reported today (April 20, 2020, 5 p.m.)

(April 20, 2020) Collin County confirms two new Frisco cases of COVID-19. Denton County confirms none. Collin County also reports one new recovery. This brings Frisco’s total confirmed cases to 118.  Between the two counties, 73 Frisco residents have recovered. Read more in full release

No new Frisco cases of COVID-19 reported today (April 19, 2020, 4:30 p.m.)

(April 19, 2020) Both Collin and Denton County report no new Frisco cases of COVID-19 today.  No new recoveries were reported either.  Read more in full release

Three new Frisco cases of COVID-19 reported today (April 18, 2020, 5:30 p.m.)

(April 18, 2020) Denton County reports three new Frisco cases of COVID-19 and two more recovered. Collin County reports no new cases or recoveries.   This brings confirmed total number of confirmed cases to 116, which includes 48 in Denton County and 68 in Collin County.  The total number of recovered in Frisco is 72.   Read more in full release.  

Two new Frisco cases of COVID-19 reported today (April 17, 2020, 6:30 p.m.)

(April 17, 2020) Denton County confirms two new Frisco cases of COVID-19. Collin County confirms none. Both counties each reported two new recoveries. This brings Frisco’s total confirmed cases to 113.  Between the two counties, 70 Frisco residents have recovered.  Read more in full release

Frisco Recovery Planning Team Prepares to Help Businesses ’Reopen’ While Keeping the Public Safe Once ’Stay-At-Home’ Orders Lifted (April 17, 2020, 5 p.m.)

(April 17, 2020) The City of Frisco’s Recovery Planning Team is working on a phased-approach strategy to restart the community’s economic engine, while maintaining safety, once stay-at-home orders are lifted. Frisco’s Recovery Planning Team initially met, virtually, April 3.  Since then, the collaboration group has been working to streamline city processes, which align with Governor Greg Abbott’s plan announced today to ‘reopen Texas’

“We’ve been anticipating what the new way of doing business would look like in a COVID-19 era,” said Mayor Jeff Cheney. “Our pre-planning will help us carry out the state’s orders while balancing our need to keep our residents, employees, business operators and visitors safe.  Our team’s thoughtful planning to make the ‘reopening’ experience as easy as possible will help us support Governor Abbott’s new executive order, which includes ‘Retail to Go’.    Read more in full release

Five new Frisco cases of COVID-19 reported today (April 16, 2020, 5 p.m.)

(April 16, 2020) Collin County reports three new Frisco cases of COVID-19; Denton County reports two new cases for a new, daily case count of five.  Each county reported a new recovery, for a total of two.  This brings Frisco’s total confirmed cases to 111, including 66 recoveries.  Read more in full release

Four  new Frisco case of COVID-19 reported today (April 15, 2020, 5:30 p.m.)

(April 15, 2020) Denton County reports three new Frisco cases of COVID-19; Collin County reports one new Frisco case.  Collin also reported one case transferred. Frisco’s total confirmed cases is 106, which includes 64 total recoveries between both counties.  Read more in full release.

One new Frisco case of COVID-19 reported today (April 14, 2020, 5 p.m.)

(April 14, 2020) Collin County reports one new Frisco cases of COVID-19; Denton County reports none.  That brings Frisco’s cumulative confirmed case count to 103, including 63 recovered. Read more in full release.

One new Frisco case of COVID-19 reported today (April 13, 2020, 5 p.m.)

(April 13, 2020) Denton County reports one new Frisco cases of COVID-19; Collin County reports none.  That brings Frisco’s cumulative confirmed case count to 102, including 61 recovered. Read more in full release

No new Frisco cases of COVID-19 reported today (April 12, 2020, 4:45 p.m.)

(April 12, 2020) Neither Collin nor Denton County reported any new Frisco cases of COVID-19 today.  Worth noting, Collin County reported six additional ’recoveries’ in Frisco today.  That means Frisco’s total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases stands at 101, which includes 55 recoveries.  Read more in full release

Two new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed (April 11, 2020, 5:15 p.m.)

(April 11, 2020) Both Collin and Denton counties have each confirmed a new Frisco case for a daily total of two.  This brings Frisco’s overall confirmed case total to 101, which includes 49 recoveries between both counties.  Read more in full release

Five new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed (April 10, 2020, 6:15 p.m.)

(April 10, 2020) Denton County confirms two new Frisco cases of COVID-19; Collin County confirms three.  This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 99, including 47 recovered.  Read more in full release

Frisco yard waste collection resumes; ’DIY’ drop off service continues

(April 10, 2020) Beginning Monday, April 13, the City of Frisco will resume yard waste collections, weekly.  Residents must place materials out for ‘pickup’ on their regularly scheduled collection day; however, service will be delayed three days in an effort minimize the health risk for collection employees. Read more in full release

Eight new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed (April 9, 2020, 6:15 p.m.) 

(April 9, 2020) Denton County confirms 4 new Frisco cases of COVID-19; Collin County confirms 4.  This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 94, which includes both counties.  Overall, 39 of those patients have recovered.  Read more in full release.

Fifteen new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed (April 8, 2020, 5 p.m.) 

(April 8, 2020) Denton County confirms 4 new Frisco cases of COVID-19; Collin County confirms 11.  This brings Frisco’s total number of confirmed cases to 86, which includes both counties.  Overall, 36 of those patients have recovered.   Read more in full release.

Frisco extends emergency declaration to April 30 (April 7, 2020, 9 p.m.)

(April 7, 2020) Tonight, the Frisco City Council voted to extend its emergency declaration to April 30 and amend its ordinance to align with Governor Greg Abbott’s ‘Statewide and Essential Services and Activities Protocols . By doing so, the City of Frisco is adopting the state’s process for determining whether a business or services is considered ‘essential’.  The Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) provides an online process for applicants to be considered ‘essential’.  The state is using the Critical Infrastructure Workforce definitions provided by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security when considering applications for ‘essential’ designations.  Read more in full release.

Four new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed (April 7, 2020, 9 p.m.) 

(April 7, 2020) Denton County confirms two new Frisco cases of COVID-19. Collin County confirms two bringing Frisco’s daily new confirmed cases count to four. This brings Frisco’s total confirmed cases to 71, 30 Frisco residents have recovered.  Read more in full release.

Three new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed (April 6, 2020, 5:30 p.m.) 

(April 6, 2020) Collin County confirms three new Frisco cases of COVID-19.  Denton County reports none.  This brings Frisco’s total confirmed cases to 67.  Between the two counties, 27 Frisco residents have recovered.  Collin County reports one Frisco death related to COVID-19.  Read the entire release...

Three new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed (April 5, 2020, 6:15 p.m.) 

(April 5, 2020) Collin County reports three new Frisco cases of COVID-19 while Denton County reports none. That brings Frisco’s total confirmed cases to 64, which includes both counties.  Read the entire release...

Collin, Denton counties confirm one death, six new Frisco cases of COVID-19 

(April 4, 2020) Collin County confirms three new Frisco cases of COVID-19 and Frisco’s first death related to the virus.  Earlier today, Denton County reported three new Frisco cases, as well, for a daily count of six cases.  Frisco’s total number of confirmed coronavirus cases is now 61.  Read the entire release...

Collin County’s Third Death Related to COVID-19 is Frisco’s First Death Related to the Virus 

(April 4, 2020 - Frisco, Texas ) – Collin County Health Care Services (CCHCS) announced the third COVID-19 related death in Collin County today. The 67-year-old Frisco woman had been previously confirmed to have underlying health complications in addition to COVID-19. She died in a local hospital early Saturday morning. Read the entire release...

Three new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed - April 3, 2020, 6:20 p.m.

Three new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed - April 2, 2020, 5:30 p.m.

Seven new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed - April 1, 2020, 6 p.m.

MARCH 2020

Three New Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed - March 31, 2020

Four New Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed - March 30, 2020

Four new Frisco cases of COVID-19 confirmed - March 29, 2020

Two New Frisco Cases of COVID-19 Confirmed - March 28, 2020

Frisco General Election moved to Nov. 3; Candidate filings remain valid, will not be reopened

(March 27, 2020) Frisco’s general election scheduled for May will be postponed until November due to uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, coronavirus. Read more.

Six New Frisco Cases for COVID-19 Confirmed (March 27, 2020, 6 p.m.)

The City of Frisco learned of six additional cases of COVID-19 as confirmed by both Denton and Collin Counties.

Six New Frisco Cases for COVID-19 Confirmed (March 26, 2020, 6 p.m.)

The City of Frisco learned of six additional cases of COVID-19 as confirmed by both Denton and Collin Counties.

Stay at Home Notice - Effective as of March 25, 2020

(March 25, 2020) The City of Frisco is in two counties, Collin and Denton, and both counties amended emergency declarations on March 24 urging residents to STAY AT HOME unless they need “essentials” or are considered “essential” workers.

The City of Frisco is applying Denton County’s definition of “essential.” Read the Denton County STAY AT HOME order in its entirety.

You may leave home to go to work or do business at an “essential” business. City of Frisco parks and trails remain open for recreating (including biking, walking dogs), as long as you’re using social distancing of 6 feet.

Collin County Reports Two New Frisco Cases for COVID-19 (March 25, 2020)

(March 25, 2020 - 6:54 p.m.) Tonight, Collin County reported two new cases, in Frisco both men, ages 40 and 72 who tested positive for novel coronavirus (COVID-19).  This brings the total number of confirmed cases in Frisco to 19, including cases from both Collin and Denton counties.

Denton County confirms four new Frisco cases of COVID-19 (March 25, 2020)

(March 25, 2020) Denton County is reporting nineteen additional laboratory confirmed cases of COVID-19, including four in Frisco. The county did not provide further details on the patients. This brings the total number of confirmed cases in Frisco to 17, including cases from both Collin and Denton counties.

Denton County Confirms New Frisco Case of COVID-19 (March 22, 2020)

Denton County Public Health (DCPH) has reported six new confirmed cases of COVID-19, one of whom lives in Frisco. The county did not provide further details on the patients.

Collin County Confirms New Frisco Case of COVID-19 (March 21, 2020)

 A 61-year-old Frisco man, with no reported travel, is one of four new cases of COVID-19 reported this evening by Collin County. None of the four new cases have any underlying health conditions and are isolating at home.  

Collin County Confirms New Frisco Case of COVID-19 (March 20, 2020)

The county says the Frisco patient is 20-year-old woman with underlying health conditions. She is isolated at home and has no reported travel history.

Denton County Confirms New Frisco Case of COVID-19 (March 20, 2020)

Denton County Public Health (DCPH) has reported six new confirmed cases of COVID-19, one of whom lives in Frisco. The county did not provide further details on the patients.

Denton County Reports Additional Frisco Resident Tests Positive for Coronavirus (March 19, 2020)

Denton County Public Health (DCPH) has confirmed four additional cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Denton County, including a male resident of City of Frisco in his 40s who is in home isolation after travel-related exposure.

Denton County Reports Two Additional Frisco Residents Test Positive for Coronavirus (March 18, 2020)

Denton County Public Health (DCPH) has confirmed three additional cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Denton County, two of which are Frisco residents.  The Frisco cases include:
- A female resident of Frisco in her 50s is in home isolation after travel-related exposure.
- A male resident of Frisco in his 20s is in home isolation after travel-related exposure.

Fifth Frisco Resident tests "presumptive positive" for Novel Coronavirus (March 15, 2020)

A 32-year-old man in Frisco is in self-isolation after testing presumptive positive for novel coronavirus COVID 19,  Collin County public health officials report.  He has no underlying health conditions, and is not connected to other cases in the area.

Frisco Temporarily Closes The Grove at Frisco Commons and Modifies Access, Programs, and Services at Other City Facilities Due to Risk of Coronavirus (March 13, 2020) 

The City of Frisco is temporarily closing its facility catering to residents 50+ to reduce the risk of coronavirus exposure to the city’s seniors. Beginning Monday, March 16, The Grove at Frisco Commons, 8300 McKinney Road, will be closed through April 13.   Read the entire news release for more on this and other facilities impacted.

Fourth Frisco Resident tests "presumptive positive" for Novel Coronavirus (March 13, 2020) 

Collin County public health authorities report that a 40-year-old Frisco woman tested presumptive positive for novel coronavirus COVID 19. She has no underlying medical conditions and is self-isolating in her home. Authorities confirm that she has not traveled out-of-state recently, but have yet to confirm if her case is connected to any others in the area.

Message from Mayor Cheney; Virtual Town Hall to be held Monday, March 16, 2020 (March 12, 2020)

Read the entire letter (PDF).

Update: ’Inconclusive’ test confirmed negative (March 11, 2020)

Collin County Health Care Services (CCHCS) reports a school-aged Frisco child’s re-test results are negative for COVID-19 (coronavirus).

New Video from the Frisco Independent School District (March 11, 2020)

Watch this Facebook video from our partners at the Frisco Independent School District to learn more about how the district is cleaning and disinfecting district buildings. 

Update: Three confirmed cases of novel coronavirus in Frisco (March 10, 2020)

Collin County Health Care Services (CCHCS) has confirmed three cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) within Collin County. The updated number includes the original case of a Frisco man reported on Monday, as well as his wife and a three-year-old child, one of the family’s four children. Read more on Collin County’s website.

Frisco Fire Chief Mark Piland shares information about our city’s emergency preparedness with media (March 9, 2020)

Chief Piland is also Frisco’s Emergency Management Coordinator.  Watch this video of Chief Piland addressing media questions after the City of Frisco learned a Frisco residents tested "presumptive positive" for coronavirus. 

Frisco Resident Tests “presumptive positive” for Novel Coronavirus (March 9, 2020)

Collin County health officials have identified a presumptive positive case of novel coronavirus, COVID-19. The patient is a Frisco man who recently traveled to California. Read more on Collin County’s website.