About Frisco

Welcome to Frisco...

Frisco, Texas is located in Denton and Collin Counties, approximately 25 minutes north of Dallas and the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Frisco is known for business with new corporations calling Frisco home each day.

One of the fastest growing communities in Texas, Frisco's population has grown 247 percent from 2000 to 2009, making it the fastest growing city in America for the decade. The most recent U.S. Census Bureau data shows Frisco is currently the 12th fastest growing city in the nation.

Supported by strong infrastructure, exceptional leadership and quality commercial developments, Frisco has been recognized by Money Magazine as one of the top 100 places to live in the United States. This infrastructure supports an exceptional community and an extraordinary quality of life. Offering a strong economy through diversification, corporate vitality and quality of life, Frisco is proud to be known as a city with progress in motion.

Frisco, Texas is a city surpassing 150,000 residents, and thanks to affordable housing and a healthy local economy, Frisco was named one of the top places to relocate by Forbes.com in 2009. The Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) area is rich in higher learning opportunities. DFW enrollment in both public and private four-year institutions is over 125,000. The DFW area is home to five community college districts, several of which offer multiple campuses, enrolling just under 135,000 students. Frisco is home to the Collin College Preston Ridge campus.

Frisco is located 25 minutes north of downtown Dallas, and 25 minutes from both Dallas Fort Worth International Airport and Love Field. Frisco offers a wide variety of award-winning hotels, shopping, concerts and events, 3 professional sports teams, and more than 150 pieces of art on public display.

Over nine million square feet of retail and dining in Frisco include IKEA, Stonebriar Centre mall, Sam Moon Trading Company and much more.

Frisco is a destination sports town with the Dallas Cowboys announcing in August 2013 that they are moving the team's world corporate headquarters and training facility to Frisco. The facility to be located at the northwest corner of the Dallas North Tollway at Warren Parkway is expected to open in 2016. Read more about the Cowboy's planned move to Frisco here.

The Dallas Stars also call Frisco home, with their corporate official and official practice ice located adjacent to the mall. FC Dallas major league soccer play at Toyota Stadium, where a variety of concerts, football games and national and international soccer games also take place. The Frisco RoughRiders AA Affiliate of the Texas Rangers play at Dr Pepper Ballpark, and the NBA Development League team, Texas Legends, play at Dr Pepper Arena.

Frisco provides exceptional hotels and meeting space to accommodate a wide variety of meetings, corporate retreats and trade shows.

Art abounds in Frisco with over 100 pieces in Hall Office Park, including the Texas Sculpture Garden, and over 50 publicly owned sculptures throughout the City of Frisco as well.

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Alarm Permits

The City of Frisco's alarm ordinance took effect in December of 2009. To review the ordinance, renew your permit, or apply for a new permit, please call 972-292-6000 and speak with a records clerk.

In order to apply for an alarm permit, please visit the Records Division page via the Frisco Police Department.

City Government
The Frisco City Council meets the first and third Tuesday of each month inside the City Council Chamber at the George A. Purefoy Municipal Center, located at 6101 Frisco Square Boulevard. Citizens are welcome to attend the open meeting which generally begins at 6:30 p.m. Citizens' input is heard at approximately 7:30 p.m.

The Frisco City Manager's Office is located on the 5th Floor of City Hall inside the George A. Purefoy Municipal Center, located at 6101 Frisco Square Boulevard. City Hall is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Driver's License
Collin County
Texas Department of Public Safety
2109 W. Parker Road
Suite 224
Plano, TX 75023
Ph: 972-867-4221

400 Powerhouse St.
McKinney, TX
Ph: 214-733-5350

Denton County
190 Valley Parkway
Suite 201
Lewisville, TX 75067
Ph: 972-221-8081

Three school districts serve residents living within Frisco city limits:

Frisco Independent School District
6942 Maple St.
Frisco, TX 75034
Ph: 469-633-6000

Lewisville Independent School District
1800 Timbercreek Road
Flower Mound, TX 75028
Ph: 469-713-5200

Prosper Independent School District
605 E. 7th St.
Prosper, TX 75078
Ph: 972-346-3316

Frisco is also home to the Preston Ridge Campus of Collin College:

Collin College
Preston Ridge Campus
9700 Wade Blvd.
Frisco, TX 75034
Ph: 972-377-1000

Environmental Services
Unpacking? The City of Frisco Environmental Services' automated service requires cardboard boxes be broken down and placed inside the trash cart. We recognize this can amount to a large amount of waste when first moving in, so we provide a couple of free alternatives. Only flattened boxes will be accepted. Please give us a call to schedule a cardboard box collection at 972-292-5900. View more information on trash services and recycling services.

City of Frisco Environmental Collection Center
6726 Walnut St.
Frisco, TX 75034

The City of Frisco Public Library houses more than 38,000 book titles. The library is located adjacent to City Hall inside the George A. Purefoy Municipal Center at 6101 Frisco Square Boulevard. For hours and more information, call 972-292-5669 or visit the library's website.

City Newsletter
Focal Point is the official newsletter of the City of Frisco. Focal Point is a free, biweekly e-newsletter. We encourage residents to subscribe to make sure they are included in the distribution.

Parks & Recreation
The City of Frisco Parks and Recreation Department manages 43 park sites totaling 1369 acres that are open from sun up to sun down. The city also owns more than 744 acres of undeveloped land, which will be planned and constructed in the near future. View the complete list of Frisco parks and trails. A variety of programs and classes are also available, for a fee, through the Parks and Recreation Department.

Community Facilities
Frisco Athletic Center
5828 Nancy Jane Lane
Frisco, TX 75035
Ph: 972-292-6600

Senior Center at Frisco Square
6670 Moore St.
Frisco, TX 75034
Ph: 972-292-6550

Pet Registration
The City of Frisco requires dogs and cats be vaccinated for rabies by 4 months of age and to have a booster within a 12 month interval following the initial vaccination. A dog or cat must be re-vaccinated against rabies a minimum of at least 3 years with an approved vaccine. A pet must wear a current rabies tag on their collar at all times. A pet currently vaccinated will satisfy the pet registration requirement. For more information, please contact Animal Control at 972-292-5303 or via email.

U.S. Postal Service
Main Post Office
8700 Stonebrook Parkway
Frisco, TX 75034
Ph: 800-275-8777

U.S.P.S. Contract Postal Units
Frisco City Hall, First Floor (across from Utility Billing window)
6101 Frisco Square Blvd.
Frisco, TX 75034

Call 1-800-ASK-USPS (1-800-275-8777) for more information about postal operations in Frisco.

Vehicle Tags
Collin County Tax Assessor / Collector
Frisco City Hall location
6101 Frisco Square Blvd.
2nd Floor
Frisco, TX 75034
Ph: 469-362-5800

920 E. Park
Suite 100
Plano, TX 75074
Ph: 972-881-3010

1800 N. Graves St.
Suite 165
McKinney, TX 75070
Ph: 972-547-5000

Denton County Tax Assessor / Collector
6301 Main St.
The Colony, TX 75057
Ph: 972-434-7250

3740 N. Josey Lane
Suite 100
Carrollton, TX 75006
Ph: 972-434-7150

Licenses & Certificates
Need information about getting a marriage license or a birth or death certificate? Contact your county government office:

Collin County
210 S. McDonald St.
McKinney, TX 75069
Ph: 972-633-3200

Denton County
401 W. Hickory
Denton, TX 76201

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P.O. Box 1720
Denton, TX 76202

Ph: 800-356-5639

The City of Frisco provides water, sewer, sanitation, and recycling services. To begin new service, visit Frisco City Hall at 6101 Frisco Square Boulevard, or call 972-292-5575. For more information, see Utility Billing. For other utility services, contact the providers below.

Electricity Gas

Nearby Listings

Properties marked by the NTREIS Logo are courtesy of the NTREIS Multiple Listing Service. Property listing data provided by NTREIS multiple listing service. You may not reproduce or redistribute this data, it is for viewing purposes only. This data is deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed accurate by the MLS or NTREIS.

Updated: 15th December, 2019 4:42 PM.