Frisco Comprehensive Plan Update
We’re looking to engage the Frisco community to solicit feedback from a broad group of residents. Suggest ideas and leave your feedback. Posts will be reviewed by stakeholders to help guide decision-making on a variety of issues.
Most Active Ideas
»Gateway to Frisco at key entry and thoroughfares to define Frisco's arrival points.
TOD- define different "Mobility types" for these designated areas. ( no more leased cement plants)!
»Bring in AT LEAST one summer event. This can be any time the venue is not needed for sports. Consider Spring & Fall.
»It's depressing to go to the strip malls mushrooming in Frisco, totally devoid of imaginative layout design and inviting use of trees and greenery! I don't know why developers don't go beyond the stores-all-in-a-row layout. People won't mind walking through winding pedestrian lanes between shops, with resting nooks or little parks with shady trees and benches tucked in at intervals. The restaurants can be assigned the spots near the little parks. Parking can be at the outer periphery of the mall.
»I wrote this comment re another photo of an art center and I'm repeating my thoughts here: I strongly agree with building a performing arts center, or a multipurpose arts center. I can understand why Frisco has given priority at the start of its growth to commercial and revenue-drawing projects. But it is time for the city to give more attention to the arts. They are the heart and soul of a city's cultural life, and they will be the monuments to a city's greatness -- as shown by all the great cities in the world -- that draw visitors to such cities.