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Frisco City Council forms animal advisory committee
Frisco City Council members appointed seven members on Oct. 4 for the city’s first animal advisory committee to advocate for animals and pet owners.
Sept 21st, 2022
Frisco maintains tax rate, adds staff for fiscal year 2023
For the sixth consecutive year, Frisco’s property tax rate will stay the same at $0.4466 per $100 property evaluation, the city announced Wednesday. Almost half of the city’s budget is dedicated to public safety.
June 21st, 2022
Frisco approves 'Senior Tax Freeze', raises residential homestead exemption
After tabling a decision to rezone property for development of 61 All Frisco homeowners (with homestead status) will soon get a bigger break on their property tax bill. The City of Frisco’s homestead exemption is increasing. Plus seniors, those Over 65 (and disabled), will get even more property tax relief in the form of a ‘senior tax freeze’.
May 23rd, 2022
Frisco names new city manager
Following a nationwide search, the City of Frisco names Wes Pierson as its new city manager. Pierson has more than 13 years of city management experience, including nearly 7 years as city manager in the Town of Addison where he currently serves.
May 18th, 2022
Frisco council votes against rezoning to allow 61 townhomes
After tabling a decision to rezone property for development of 61 townhomes surrounded by already established single-family housing, Frisco City Council rejected the change in zoning to allow the project.
May 5th, 2022
Q&A: Get to know the newest Frisco City Council members
Frisco residents Tammy Meinershagen and Laura Rummel are the latest members to join City Council.
March 26th, 2022
Laura Rummel wins special runoff election for Place 5 on Frisco City Council
The next Frisco resident to assume Place 5 on City Council has been decided.
February 4th, 2022
Voter turnout is top of mind for both candidates
As Frisco enters the final phase of its special election, both candidates involved agree that the main issue is getting residents to know that it’s happening in the first place.
January 29th, 2022
Rummel, Shipman heading to runoff election for Frisco City Council Place 5
In the special election, Rummel accumulated 2,340 votes, or 45.9%, according to unofficial vote tallies from Collin and Denton counties. Shipman accumulated 2,080 votes, or 40.8%.
January 7th - Feb 1st, 2022 - print issue
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DATES TO KNOW
Jan. 12th -25th early voting
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January 7th, 2022
Frisco City Council candidates to speak at forum hosted by chamber
The Frisco Chamber of Commerce is hosting a City Council candidate forum from 6-7 p.m. on Jan. 11 at Grace Church, located at 8440 Grace St.
December 20th, 2021
Three candidates will compete for Frisco City Council in special election
Three candidates will compete for the Place 5 spot on the Frisco City Council in a January election
December 10th, 2021
One candidate files for Frisco City Council special election on Jan. 29
Since filing began Dec. 8, one application has been filed for the Jan.29 special election to fill a vacant seat on Frisco City Council.
November 26th, 2021
Frisco to select new city council member in special election
Frisco residents will be selecting a new City Council representative after one has resigned from his seat.
November 23rd, 2020
Everything Frisco voters need to know about early voting Nov. 23-Dec. 4 for City Council runoff
Frisco voters will have several opportunities over the next two weeks to cast an early ballot in the Dec. 8 Frisco City Council Place 5 runoff election between candidates Dan Stricklin and Laura Rummel.
November 4th, 2020
Frisco City Council candidates head to runoff
Two candidates will vie for Frisco City Council Place 5 in a runoff election on December 8th.