Public Information The Office of the City Secretary enhances communication between the City of Frisco and its citizens by serving as the principal office responding to Public Information Requests. To promote transparency and provide excellent customer service, many documents that are frequently requested are regularly posted on our website. We encourage you to explore our website to find the documents you are requesting. This is the fastest way to access your documents, and it will save you time, as you may choose to view and print the documents you need.
When making a request for public information, please keep in mind that some information may accrue a cost to process. Should the office determine that your request will be in excess of $40, a cost estimate will be provided to you. For more information about the Public Information Act (PDF), please visit the Texas Attorney General’s website.
In accordance with the Texas Public Information Act, Public Information requests must be submitted in writing. Please use the links below for requests for records from the City of Frisco. Upon receipt the City will begin processing your request in the order received. Requests should be for documents, or other information that is already in existence. The City of Frisco is not required to answer questions, perform legal research, or comply with a continuing request to supply information on a periodic basis. The City of Frisco may, however ask for clarification of Requests if it is uncertain as to what is being requested. Some records of the City of Frisco may be exempt from disclosure.