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Through his ongoing volunteer service to Frisco, Bill Woodard is often quoted or featured in local publications. Catch up and learn more here! We will keep this page updated with media and announcements.

Dallas Morning News March 29, 2019
The Dallas Morning News recommends Bill Woodard for Frisco City Council, Place 4

Woodard has demonstrated his commitment to serving Frisco.  He deserves another term.

Community Impact February 17, 2019:
Q&A: Bill Woodard seeks re-election to Frisco City Council

I’m seeking re-election because I believe strongly in paying it forward and giving back to the community. In my 10 years of service to the city, my focus has been and always will be trying to make the best decisions for the entire community.

Frisco Enterprise February 6, 2019:  
Frisco Council Outlines Priorities

In what has become an annual occurrence in the chambers of Frisco City Hall, the City Council adopted a “Top Priorities Memorandum” that will serve as the North Star for policy making in 2019.

Frisco Enterprise January 24, 2019
Frisco leaders to hit the hardwood for charity.

The local squad, which will take the name of the Frisco Fanatics, will consist of Mayor Jeff Cheney and Councilmen Brian Livingston, Tim Nelson and Bill Woodard. Bryan Dodson and Chad Rudy form the Frisco ISD Board of Trustees are also expected to participate. Dawn Cruzan from the Rotary Club, coaches from Wakeland and Independence high schools and Frisco police and firefighters will round out the roster.

Frisco Enterprise January 8, 2019
Woodard to seek re-election to Frisco council

Frisco City Councilman Bill Woodard has announced that he will see re-election to a second term in the Place 4 seat for the May 2019 election… 

•  Lifestyle Frisco, June 13, 2016
   “Get to Know Frisco City Council Place 4 Candidate, Bill Woodard”

•  Frisco Style, May, 29, 2016
   “Bill Woodard”

•  Frisco Enterprise, Apr 16, 2016
   “Meet Frisco City Council Place 4 Candidate Bill Woodard”

•  Frisco Enterprise, Nov 29, 2015
   “Bill Woodard, Frisco Planning and Zoning chairman”

•  Community Impact
   “Bill Woodard to Run for Frisco City Council”

•   North Texas Active Life Magazine, Feb 19, 2015
   “DORBA Gets Trails Ready to Go”

•   Dallas Morning News, Nov 10, 2015
   “Frisco Blog: Frisco Morning Roundup; Woodard works as a finance executive and is chairman of the Frisco Planning & Zoning Commission. He also has a lengthy list of community and civic activities. …”

•   Community Impact, Nov 9, 2015
   “Bill Woodard to run for Frisco City Council”

•   Frisco Enterprise, Nov 9, 2015
   “P&Z chairman Bill Woodard to run for John Keating’s Frisco City Council seat in May”

•   North Texas Active Life Magazine, June 24, 2015
   “Finally! Get Ready To Ride! DORBA trails to re-open after spring floods”

•   Dallas Morning News, Dec 2014
   “Rezoning is part of the ‘small-school’ mentality in Frisco ISD”

•   Dallas Morning News, Dec 9, 2014
   “Meet Bill Woodard, cyclist and planning and zoning commissioner”

•   Dallas Morning News, Aug, 2014
   “Cyclists, Frisco City staff work together to create Bicycle Friendly City”

•   Keith Dobbs Real Estate News, May 2, 2013
   “News analysis shows 3 Frisco neighborhoods are among the Dallas area’s safest”

Bill Woodard, chairman of the board of the Panther Creek Estates Homeowners Association, said involvement is the essential reason he believes his sprawling neighborhood ranked as the area’s safest.

•   WFAA, May 13, 2014
   “Planners call for fewer lanes on road to new Cowboys HQ”

‘It will make for a more pedestrian-friendly and safe environment for when that special events center gets built,’ said planning and zoning chairman Bill Woodard. ‘People will be able to cross the road and get to and from the parking locations in a safer manner.’

•   Frisco Chamber, April 29, 2013
   “Grow Your Business into the Global Economy: Citibank’s Bill Woodard to serve as finance expert on technology business growth panel”

•   The Commissioner, A Publication of the American Planning Association – Issue Summer 2013
   “Feature on Frisco’s P&Z Commission”