Code Enforcement

The Code Enforcement Division consists of Code Enforcement and Neighborhood Services. The goal of the Code Enforcement Division is to protect the health, safety and welfare of City of Frisco residents.

Concerns that Code Enforcement addresses include:
  • Abandoned buildings
  • Debris or other nuisances
  • Dilapidated fences or arbors
  • Home-based business concerns
  • Illegal sign placement
  • Open wells or storm cellars
  • Substandard or dangerous structures
  • Tall vegetation
  • Unsecured swimming pools
Block Parties
The Code Enforcement Division of Development Services has developed a new program designed to make hosting a block party really easy.

Wrapped in colorful graphics, the trailer is equipped with just about everything a neighborhood might need for a block party: street cones, ice chests, tables, chairs and games (see flyer (PDF)). All you need to add is people, plus food and music for more fun!

Once you reserve the trailer for a day, a city employee will deliver and pick up the trailer for your convenience. There is no cost to reserve the trailer; however, interested residents must first check availability. The trailer will be delivered on a first-come, first-served basis.

How to Reserve the Trailer
  • To check availability, email or call 972-292-5311.
  • Register your Block Party with the Police Department.
  • Once scheduled, an email confirmation will be sent to you.
  • A code enforcement officer will deliver the trailer to your address or specified location.
  • Contact Chris Leonard, Neighborhood Services Representative, 972-292-5311, or email for more information.