Frisco to host planning event at Walter Byron Park on Wednesday |

Frisco to host planning event at Walter Byron Park on Wednesday

Families gather at the Frisco Bay Marina Park at Lake Dillon for the Kid's July Fourth Fishing Derby.
Todd Powell / Town of Frisco

The town of Frisco is hosting its second of four park community events on Wednesday, inviting residents to Walter Byron Park to share their insights for the new Parks Master Plan.

The workshop, which runs from 4–6 p.m. at the park, will help the town to shape conceptual designs for park improvements. The workshop will include presentation board and activities to assist in prioritizing the budgeted funds for the project.

Participants should plan on spending about an hour at the event. Refreshments will be provided, and children are welcome. For more information, contact Susan Lee at

Following the Walter Byron Park work session, the town will also be hosting other events at Meadow Creek Park on May 22, and at the Old Town Hall & Community Center on May 29. Participants will be entered into a drawing for a free pontoon boat rental at the Frisco Bay Marina for each workshop they attend.

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