Exide and Grand Park

People are a lot more active than they were 10 or 15 years ago and they’re wanting Frisco to have trails and open spaces to hike, bike, walk or run. As the former Planning and Zoning Commission chairman and throughout my three years on City Council, I have been a huge advocate for parks and open spaces, especially within neighborhoods and commercial developments. This article highlights how the city plans to utilize the former Exide property to expand Grand Park by 170 acres, to bring the total amount of land reserved for parks and open spaces to 600 acres in the heart of the city.