When PGA of America's Chief Operating Officer Darrell Crall and other top executives of the golf industry group began touring the country in search of fertile ground for creating innovation for the sp...
If you are in the area of Warren Park this afternoon, please do not be alarmed at the fire at the park. It is a planned burn, and done under the watchful eye of our incredible Fire Department.FFD and Frisco Parks & Rec will conduct a prescribed burn today at 1:00 p.m. at Freedom Meadow, 7599 Warren Pkwy. Multiple FFD units and personnel will be on site. ... See MoreSee Less
City Council just wrapped up our annual planning work session. This year was a focus on looking toward 2040. Many big ideas discussed and an alignment in the long range direction Frisco is going. We ...
Great! I hope they have good microphones at this venue so everyone in attendance can hear what each participant says. Thanks for all you do!
Kudos to our current City leadership for keeping the worksessions local for citizen accessibility and cost control. When I first moved to Frisco, they were sometimes a couple of hours away with an obviously higher expense to taxpayers.
Congratulations to the 2019 C.O.R.E. Employees of the Year!This week, Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney, City Management and the C.O.R.E. Employee Recognition Committee announced our 2019 C.O.R.E. Employees of the Year!
The winners were recognized for exemplifying each of our city’s five core values: •Our Employees: Terri Brown (Finance/Community Development) •Outstanding Customer Service: Robin Turner (Administrative Services) •Fiscal Responsibility: Terry Stanford (Fire/EMS) •Operational Excellence: Katrina Cheng (Finance) •Integrity: Team of Armando Arguello, Kevin Herndon, & Piaget Glaspie (Public Works)
During the year, employees are nominated by their peers for demonstrating the city's core values and for providing over-and-above customer service. The Employees of the Year are then selected from these individuals for each C.O.R.E. value at the end of the year.
Congratulations again to all the winners! #ProgressInMotion #EmployeesInMotion ... See MoreSee Less
The old center is closed while its transitioned to the new center, The Grove at Frisco Commons. This will be a great addition to the Frisco Commons park, creating a truly multi generational park for our city.
City of Frisco TX - City Hall The Senior Center at Frisco Square is now closed and staff is busy packing up and moving over to The Grove at Frisco Commons. They’re excited to open in their new home and show active adults their new place to play. Play Frisco - Frisco Parks & Recreation ... See MoreSee Less
Any idea when the new location will start allowing events to be booked?
I’m ready to start exercising in the new facility! So happy that Frisco values it’s senior population, and gave us a modern new facility! The city’s main focus has primarily been on athletic facilities, and sports fields for young people!
Only wish ours had a exercise pool similar to McKinney’s senior center.
There will be a greater first responder presence near Hall Office Park for training this month.Starting Monday, you may notice extra police and fire vehicles near HALL Park. During the rest of January, the Frisco Police Department and Frisco Fire Department (and other local agencies) are conducting training.
Fog and smoke machines will be used to create a more realistic environment, but unless otherwise shared, there is no emergency in the area.
We've shared more details on our website: friscotexas.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=787 ... See MoreSee Less