Reinvestment Projects

Buffalo Ridge Park

Located near Main St. and Gartner Rd. Design phase is expected to begin in Q4 of 2023.

Collingsbrook Park

Located near PGA Pkwy and Coit Rd. Design phase is expected to begin in Q2 of 2023.

Gallegos Park

Located between First St. and Second St. Designs are estimated to be completed in Q1 of 2023. Construction is expected to start in Q2 of 2023.

Jack Hamilton Park

The 1.6 acre Jack Hamilton Park (formerly known as First Street Park) is located at the intersection of First Street and Ash Street in downtown Frisco. The 2017 Park Reinvestment Report identified First Street Park needs improvements. Reinvestment opportunities were discussed with community members in January 2018. Ideas under consideration for the master plan include a loop concrete trail, lighting, and a shade structure. Construction will be completed in Q4 of 2022.

Jack Hamilton Park Master Plan 2021 (PDF)

Shepherds Glen Park

Shepherds Glen Park is located on the Shepherds Hill subdivision, between Canoe Road and Shepherds Hill Lane, adjacent to Gunstream Elementary School and Cal and Walter Wester Middle School. The 2019/2020 review of park property identified that Shepherds Glen Park needed reinvestment and improvement. Construction is planned to start in Q4 of 2022.

Improvements to the park will include:

  • a larger splash pad area 
  • larger playground elements
  • retrofitting existing shade structures and site furnishings
  • new parking areas and pedestrian paths, as well as native restorative landscape zones
  • interpretative signage and improvements to the Public Art area

Shepherds Glen Park Master Plan 2021 (PDF)

Tuscany Meadows Park

Tuscany Meadows Park is located in the Tuscany Square subdivision between Teel Hollow Drive and Promontory Drive, adjacent to Lebanon Trail High School. The 2019/2020 review of park property identified that Tuscany Meadows Park needed reinvestment and improvement. Construction is planned to start in Q4 of 2022.

Improvements to the park will include:

  • a larger all-inclusive playground area 
  • retrofitting existing shade structures and site furnishings
  • new pedestrian paths and multiuse activity track, as well as native restorative landscape zones
  • interpretative signage and improvements to the Public Art area

Tuscany Meadows Park Design Concepts - February 2022 (PDF)