Mountain biking trails a top priority for Frisco Peninsula Recreation Area, survey says
March 31, 2017
The town of Frisco has released the results of its community survey regarding future enhancements to the town's Peninsula Recreation area that was conducted during a public meeting in February.
Potential improvements that received the highest percentage of "like it or love it" votes were mountain biking trails (86 percent), Nordic Center Lodge enhancements (83 percent) and a natural play area (78 percent).
The survey represents votes from sixty community members who attended the meeting. Around 60 percent of respondents reported living in Frisco, while 35 percent lived in Summit County but not Frisco.
Toward the bottom of the list of 21 project options were summer tubing (36 percent), additional sports fields (32 percent) and an indoor sports complex (25 percent).
On the lighter side, coffee topped the charts for favorite ice cream flavor with 38 percent of the vote. "All chocolate all the time" came in second with 29 percent, and vanilla and mint chocolate chip weren't far behind with 21 percent each.
The full results of the survey can be found here.
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