There's only 9 days until early voting starts (begins on April 22nd). It’s been an incredibly busy few weeks but it’s been so worth it. I've had the pleasure of meeting hundreds of engaged residents, and I’m looking forward to meeting with many more of you this week.
There is still plenty of time to get your spring yard art, yellow looks great this time of year!
If you don't have a yard sign yet and would like one, or if you'd like to have your name added to our growing list of endorsements (bill4frisco.com/endorsements/) please let me know. You can message me know on my website, or post below. #Bill4Frisco #KeepingFriscoOnTrack ... See MoreSee Less
A huge thank you to Jeff and Shannon Jacobs for hosting us last night. It was a great crowd of residents with really good questions about the state of our city and school district and our vision for the next three years. ... See MoreSee Less
The new roundabout at Ohio and Warren will be open on the 9th. See the link below for additional information.Big news! The roundabout at Ohio Drive and Warren Parkway is now complete and will open to traffic in all directions on Tuesday, April 9, starting at 9 a.m.
I am honored to have the endorsement of FISD Trustee, Debbie Gillespie.
“As an 8th year Trustee on the FISD School Board, I know how important it is for the city of Frisco and the District to have a solid working relationship. That relationship relies on strong leadership, and Councilman Bill Woodard provides that leadership. I wholeheartedly support his re-election bid.” ... See MoreSee Less
Public Safety has been and always will be a high priority for me. I have worked hard to support our Police Officers and Firefighters to ensure they have the proper tools, training and resources to keep you, our citizens safe.
During my first term, our fire department achieved the highest level of accreditation from the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI) and our ISO 1 rating was renewed which helps lower insurance costs. Less than 100 departments in the entire nation have both of these accreditations.
Our Police Department also received re-accreditation in the Law Enforcement Accreditation Program and the Communications Division received their initial CALEA Communications Accreditation.
Additionally, we rolled out the “Closest to dispatch” program that has reduced response times for both departments and saves wear and tear on our equipment, this makes us more efficient and saves tax payer dollars.
These accreditations and programs show the commitment to excellence of our Police and Fire Departments, and their focus on providing best in class service to our residents.
Frisco residents deserve strong Public Safety, I will continue make that a priority for our city.
Proud to have been able to honor our Vietnam Vets and humbled to call them friends.
Its spring now, and that means we kick off Roll with Council this month. April 13th 1pm at the NE Park. Come ride with us and explore several of our parks and trails.
City of Frisco TX - City Hall Learn more about an amendment to a Frisco ordinance regulating parking for large, commercial trucks in tonight's City Council "recap". Tonight Mayor Jeff Cheney is joined by Mayor Pro Tem Shona Huffman, Deputy Mayor Pro Tem John Keating and Council member Bill Woodard. The team also honored Vietnam Veterans. That's a wrap -- we'll see you again April 16. Thanks for watching! ... See MoreSee Less
“Bill has dedicated well over a decade to volunteer work for the city of Frisco and in turn, its residents. From city council, the planning and zoning commission, two charter review commissions, the census committee, and more, Bill has developed a wealth of knowledge and steady judgment making him a valuable asset to the residents of Frisco as one of its councilmen. I am happy to support him in his bid for a second term.” ... See MoreSee Less