FSM July 2017
Staff Streets of Frisco
What is something you cannot miss when visiting Frisco?
“If you have time, you cannot come to Frisco and not see the Heritage Museum and The Star. These venues tell the story of Frisco from her beginnings to where she is going.” -Chris Johnson
"Boutique shopping downtown while sipping a cup of Summer Moon coffee.”
“You cannot come to Frisco without going to La Hacienda Ranch, where you can eat the absolute best Mexican food around!”
“When my friends visit, I love taking them to explore Frisco Mercantile before having dinner in Frisco Square.”
“IKEA! It is big, blue and hard to pass by!”
Traveling from Dallas to Houston is about to get a lot easier … and less time consuming! Stay updated on progress and learn more about the Texas Bullet Train by visiting www.texascentral.com.
You can access more information about density changes in Frisco through the Development Services department. Call 972.292.5300 or go to www.friscotexas.gov to view development maps, ordinances, inspection scores and more.
Keep an eye on the calendar of events for Toyota Stadium by visiting www.fcdallas.com. Call 214.705.6700 for additional venue information. Popular artists visit Frisco to perform all the time, so do not miss out!
Arts and Culture
The talent in Frisco cannot be beat! You can purchase tickets to an upcoming show or learn more about Theatre Frisco and the Frisco Improv Players at www.theatrefrisco.com or by calling 972.370.2266.
Detailed maps and additional venue, history and event information can be found through the Frisco Convention and Visitors Bureau website. Newcomers can go to www.visitfrisco.com or call 972.292.5250 to get information about every district in Frisco.
Collin College continues to grow and offers cutting-edge educational options for students. Learn more about the changes and innovations coming to Collin College by calling 972.377.1790 or visiting www.collin.edu.
Is your tummy growling? Check out the menu for The Heritage Table, located downtown, at 7110 Main Street, at www.theheritagetable.com. Call 469.664.0100 for more information.
Salute to Service
Learn more about Leslie Girdner’s role as the community education coordinator at Frisco Fire Safety Town at www.friscofiresafetytown.com. Here, you can learn about upcoming Fire Safety Town events and programs. You can also call 972.292.6350 with any questions.