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Future of Frisco Peninsula trail system up for public debate Feb. 23

Frisco Peninsula trails up for public debate on Feb. 23

Attention Frisco hikers and bikers: now's the time to weigh in on the future of your local trail system.

On Thursday, Feb. 23, the town of Frisco hosts a community conversation event about future enhancements to the Frisco Peninsula Recreation Area. Frisco residents and business owners are invited to be a part of this interactive conversation, which begins with a presentation at 5:30 p.m. at the Frisco Adventure Park Day Lodge (621 Recreation Way). The meeting is an opportunity to give feedback on proposed ideas for enhancing the recreation area and surrounding trails for the summer and winter seasons.

"During our 2015 Community Survey, 62 percent of respondents answered that they live in Frisco because of recreational amenities, so we knew it was a crucial time to continue the conversation about what the Frisco Peninsula should look like going forward," said Diane McBride, assistant town manager and recreation director. "Frisco owns 220 acres of land on the Peninsula, and this area is very significant to the quality of life and legacy of Frisco."

Can't make the meeting? Town officials encourage all citizens to stay connected with local government by signing up to receive emails containing town council agendas, planning commission agendas and the latest town news at FriscoGov.com/connect/newsletter-signup.

For more information about the Feb. 23 meeting or recreation planning, contact the town recreation and cultural director at (970) 668-2559 or Dianem@townoffrisco.com.