Frisco seeks input on 2013 budget
September 30, 2012
The Frisco budget policy question survey is currently open to resident feedback via an online forum.
Engage Frisco is an online platform designed to allow residents to share and discuss ideas about town projects and programs. It is designed to serve as an ongoing digital town hall and provides an opportunity for people that may not have the ability to come to public meetings, to find out what is being talked about and to be part of the conversation.
“Being able to provide input and have community collaboration 24/7 is taking the next step in community engagement. That is the power of this,” said Jocelyn Mills, community planning director. “The town of Frisco is excited for the opportunity to engage residents to be involved in conversations that shape the future of our community.”
The town is also hosting a budget open house slated for Wednesday, Oct. 3, at the visitor information center at 300 Main St. for community members to ask questions and share input on the 2013 town budget.
Frisco town officials are also encouraging citizens to attend the Council Budget work session Oct. 9 where they will be able to make public comment to the Council on policy questions.
The work session will not be a place for general budget discussions, but is intended to allow citizens to comment specifically on the policy questions.