Water Infrastructure Projects

 To enhance potable water storage and pressure to the rapidly developing north side of Frisco, city engineers have multiple projects underway. 

Water Tower at PGA and Preston

Construction is in progress on a 2.5 million gallon elevated water storage tank at Preston Road and PGA Parkway. It will provide potable water storage and pressure to the growing northwestern part of the city. The base of the tank measures 56 feet in diameter, and the overall height (from the ground to the top) will be approximately 220 feet. 

Construction on the water tower began in August. Anticipated project completion is Q3 of 2025.

Watch a Progress in Motion Video on the new water tower.

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Design is in progress on Frisco Pump Station #4. The project consists of four components: a pump station, a water distribution pipeline, ground storage tanks, and a connection to the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) water distribution system. It will increase stSignage displayed at Frisco #4 siteorage capacity of potable water to support development in north Frisco and provide adequate water pressure. Two ground storage tanks, with a total combined capacity of 20 million gallons, will help to meet growing needs. The City of Frisco is a member city of the NTMWD and purchases drinking water from the district.

Estimated Construction Timeline

  • Project construction begins in 2025
  • Anticipated completion is 2027

View a map of the CIP Water System Improvements (PDF).

View a rendering of the preliminary site plan (PDF).

Capital Improvements Project Dashboard

Keep up to date on all capital improvement projects active within the City of Frisco Engineering Services Department. The interactive map displays project locations, general construction timeframes and estimated construction costs. View the CIP Dashboard.

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