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Frisco launches online survey for Parks Master Plan

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Todd Powell

The town of Frisco is seeking additional community feedback as officials work to develop the Frisco Parks Master Plan.

Last month, the town hosted public workshops in four of the town’s parks: Meadow Creek, Pioneer Park, Walter Byron Park and Old Town Hall/Old Community Center Park. Now the town is inviting members of the public to share their ideas and feedback with a five-minute online survey.

The survey can by found at FriscoParks.com, and must be completed by midnight June 9 to be counted.

The Frisco Town Council approved funds for park improvements in its 2019 budget, and the town has contracted with Norris Design to assist in the planning process.


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