Frisco, Texas residents! Do you have holiday travel plans? Take advantage of the Frisco Police Department’s House Watch Program. You can apply for FREE by clicking here:
Please share this with others in Frisco who may benefit from this FREE service, and a huge thanks to our Frisco Police Department for keeping our homes and families safe!
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The store will offer the following services:
Beer & Wine, Olive Bar, Fresh Sushi, Juice Bar, Salad Bar, Sandwich Bar
The address of the new store will be:
2500 Eldorado Parkway
Frisco, TX 75033
How to Drive in a Roundabout:
- Observe all road rules
- Slow down
- Choose your lane based on the signs and pavement markings
- Yield for pedestrians in crosswalks
- Yield to traffic in all lanes on your left before entering
- Don’t change lanes until you have exited the roundabout
There are several single-lane roundabouts open and in use in the city of Frisco, Texas, and several more multi-lane roundabouts are either planned or are already under construction. You can learn more about those roundabouts here:
Since Frisco is growing at such a rapid pace, traffic is likely to increase at a steady rate. What are your thoughts about roundabouts? Leave me a comment below!
Frisco, Texas has been ranked the 2nd fastest growing city in the United States! To find out more about why Frisco is such a rapidly-growing community, click this link:
If you have Jimmy Buffett fever, be sure to get your concert tickets ASAP! They always sell out quickly, as Jimmy Buffett is a favorite of many North Texas residents. get in on the margaritaville madness!
More cranes coming in to work on the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters! It is so exciting to be in a city full of growth and expansion.
Check out the latest news about the growth and development of Frisco ISD! Lots of exciting things happening for our youth.
Click here to see the latest developments!
In past years, Frisco has had a problem with high water consumption and the average use per resident per day back in 2000 was over 300 gallons. Frisco decided to do something about the amount of water used and set forth several water-saving initiatives that have proven to be very successful, allowing the city to earn the 2015 Texas Environmental Excellence Award and the Blue Legacy Award.
To learn more about the Water Wise program and how these initiatives have helped reduce residential water use and consumption, please click here:
Texas Health Plano opens Sports Medicine Clinic at Toyota Stadium in Frisco! This 6500 square foot clinic located at 9200 World Cup Way in Frisco is committed to serving athletes in the area with top-notch technology. Sports psychology and sport nutrition services are also offered. Learn more here: