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EXCEEDING capacity The North Central Texas Council of Governments’ Travel Demand Model indicates US 380 currently operates at an “F” level of service. That means that the number of vehicles on the road exceeds the capacity of the roadway.

From 2016-19, US 380 had higher crash rates than the average urban Texas highway.

A B C D E F The level of service measures the quality of trac based on performances, such as:

Between 2011-20, the number of crashes on US 380 in Frisco increased +284 %

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Trac on US 380 in northwest Frisco has increased as the area’s population has grown. (Francesca D’Annunzio/Community Impact Newspaper)

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TxDOT studies provide options for upgradingUS 380

Frisco to widen the four-lane road to a six-lane highway to ease current demands. The project spans from the US 377/US 380 intersection to west of County Road 26, but TxDOT projects this will be insucient by 2045 as the cities in this area approach build-out. US 380 has been a pain point as Collin

and Denton counties have grown rap- idly; between 2010-19, both counties have grown more than 30%, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Studies show the thoroughfare expe- rienced a 30% increase in the number of cars on the road from 2010-16. Two

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In the faceofwhat ocialshavecalled staggering growth, the Texas Depart- ment of Transportation andNorthTexas county and municipal governments are weighing options for US 380. A major project is underway through

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BY MIRANDA JAIMES Murals breathe new life intoRail District Recognizing the arts as a way to enhance the community, business own- ers and artists have partnered to adorn alleys and walls downtown with color- ful murals. Redevelopment of The Rail District, a 10-block, centrally located neighbor- hood, has been ongoing for some time. CONTINUED ON 28

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NOWOPEN 1 Guy Fieri, a nationally renowned restaurateur, opened a new location of Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Kitchen on Feb. 15 at 8580 SH 121, Frisco. The ghost kitchen restaurant concept only serves food to go, including bourbon brown sugar BBQ wings, burgers, jalapeño pig poppers, salads and other appetizers, such as cheesesteak egg rolls. www.guysflavortownkitchen.com 2 Karma Fitness , a gym providing high-intensity interval training, yoga, cardio and strength training classes, opened in February at 6990 Main St., Ste. C, Frisco, in The Rail District. The studio is owned and operated by Frisco resident Jenny Dean, who has resided in Frisco for 25 years. 469-604-8855. www.facebook.com/karmafitnessfrisco 3 Kilby , a 279,288-square foot residen- tial community completed construction in mid-January in Frisco Square at 8455 Grace St., Frisco. The apartment complex is now ready for move-ins. The four-sto- ry, 258-unit community offers high-end amenities, including a coffee bar; a bou- tique pool with cabanas; grilling stations and fire pits; a two-story fitness center; balconies; and an outdoor yoga deck. 469-250-5481. www.livekilby.com COMING SOON 4 Two new 12-story office towers are proposed for the southeast corner of the Dallas North Tollway and Warren Park- way, according to commercial real estate company Cawley Partners. The develop- ment, called Tate + Toll , would consist of 600,000 square feet of Class A office space. Amenities would include a con- ference center, rooftop lounge, fitness

center and food service, a March 22 news release stated. www.tateandtoll.com. 5 Crepe Delicious , located at 2601 Preston Road, Frisco, in Stonebriar Centre, is gearing up to be the Cana- da-based creperie’s first Texas location. The crepe kiosk will offer salty, savory, sweet and breakfast crepes as well as coffee, smoothies and gelato. Some of most popular crepes include the New York cheesecake and California chicken, according to a Crepe Delicious spokes- person. The kiosk is aiming to open June 1 and will be located near Nordstrom, Lush and Sunglass Hut. 905-326-2969. www.crepedelicious.com 6 Stumpy’s Hatchet House , an indoor hatchet-throwing venue, began construc- tion a few weeks ago and is scheduled to open in May at 9410 Dallas Parkway, Frisco. Stumpy’s allows guests to book axe-throwing outings and private parties in a safe, controlled throwing pit. Guests can also enjoy snacks and bring their own beer or wine. Stumpy’s Frisco location does not have a phone line set up yet. www.stumpyshh.com/planofriscotx 7 A new retail shopping center is coming to Frisco in December. The center will feature over 9,800 square feet of space and will house four to five tenants. An official street address is not available yet, but a spokesperson for Panther Creek Village Investments LLC said the center will be located on the northeast corner at the intersection of Hillcrest Boulevard and Pan- ther Creek Parkway. Construction for the new center is scheduled to begin in April. 8 A new family-owned restaurant spe- cializing in West African cuisine is coming in May. Calabar Pot & Bar has leased space at 5995 Preston Road, Ste. 102, just south of Wade Boulevard in Frisco. The

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celebrated one year of business in the heart of the Rail District at 6811 Oak St., Frisco. The boutique consignment shop sells gently used furniture, art, glass- ware, trinkets and home decor. Owner Terry Ellis is an artist and said she got the idea to open the store from hanging out with her other artist friends. As an artist with experience running a gallery, she knew all the things her friends wanted to get rid of could become her first batch of inventory, Ellis said. 469-200-5202. www.consignmentcrush.com RENOVATIONS 11 Eight|11 Place has reopened after a renovation that provided the restaurant with a new kitchen floor. The restaurant was closed Jan. 26 to complete the floor but is now fully operational. The wine bar and kitchen in historic downtown Frisco is known for its pizza, wine and patio. It is located at 7080 Main St., Frisco. 469-888-4037. www.eight11place.com

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8 Trajan Wealth, a financial planning company, is expected to open at 6959 Lebanon Road, Ste. 410, Frisco, in May. The Arizona-based independent regis- tered investment advisory firm specializ- es in asset planning, 401(k) management, retirement planning, life insurance and other wealth management services. Tra- jan Wealth also has locations in Utah and Oklahoma. 800-838-3079. 9 In January, Farrell’s Extreme Body- shaping relocated from 850 W. Eldorado Parkway, Ste. 500, Little Elm, to 1710 FM 423, Ste. 600, Frisco. The gym offers kickboxing, strength training, nutritional coaching, and other health and fitness services. 214-223-5797. www.extremebodyshaping.com 10 MTX Group Inc ., a digital transfor- mation services company, is the new- est tenant at The Offices Two at Frisco Station. In March, the company moved into 20,000 square feet of office space at the building at 6303 Cowboys Way, Ste. 400, Frisco. This brings The Offices Two at Frisco Station to being 90% leased, according to a news release from the Frisco Station office developer, VanTrust Real Estate LLC. MTX Group Inc. provides services for the private, education and government sectors. www.mtxb2b.com ANNIVERSARIES www.trajanwealth.com RELOCATIONS 11 Fellowship Church marked its first anniversary in January. The church held

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NOWOPEN 1 Chido Taco Lounge opened its doors in west Frisco at 6959 Lebanon Road, Ste. 123, in The Shops at Starwood on March 12. Owner Blaine McGowan said he opened Chido Taco Lounge, his first brick- and-mortar restaurant, after years of developing his love of cooking at Frisco Supper Club dinner parties. Chido, which means “cool” in Spanish, aims to provide North Texas diners with a menu rooted in “killer tacos” and “distinguished dishes” that incorporate flavors from Thai, Carib- bean and Japanese cuisines, according to a press release. Menu highlights include tacos callejeros, queso gringo and jicama slaw with a blood orange vinaigrette. 469-200-5715. www.chidodfw.com

2 Clean Juice opened March 21 at 6959 Lebanon Road, Ste. 100, Frisco. This is the second location in Frisco and is owned by the same husband-wife duo that owns the first. The organic juice bar serves salads, smoothies, coffee, juices, acai bowls, toasts and wellness shots. The new location also features a full-ser- vice drive-thru and an indoor guest area. 972-704-3402. www.cleanjuice.com 3 House Sprucing Design & Decor , a north Texas-based interior design compa- ny, opened in mid-March at 4040 Legacy Drive, Ste. 106. The company specializes in interior decor and design, remodeling, new construction and other interior design services with the aim of mixing traditional styles with modern ones. 469-604-4477. www.housesprucing.com

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Market will host a petting zoo with 35 miniature animals. If the event gets crowded, each guest will be limited to seven minutes in the petting zoo. Customers can only pay in cash, and there is an ATM on-site. Noon-3 p.m. $5 (entry per person). 9215 John W. Elliott Drive, Frisco. 844-776-2753. www.tinyurl.com/minihorsendonkey 10 MARKET AT THE STAR Market at The Star is coming back this spring. The pop-up, open-air market, located at the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters, will feature over 40 vendors selling fashion, jewelry, home decor items and more. In addition to pop-up shops, the outdoor event will spotlight food specialties and activities for children. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Free (entrance and parking). 1 Cowboys Way, Frisco. 972-292-9510. www.tinyurl.com/marketatthestar2021 17 RAIL DISTRICT OUTDOORS Every third Saturday the Frisco Rail District Merchant Association hosts an outdoor, open-air pop-up market featuring the products of local merchants. Businesses present will range from boutiques, bakeries and restaurants to arts and music shops. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Free (entrance). Main Street, Frisco. www.tinyurl.com/3rdsaturdaysapril

Throughout April, the Brownsville-based Circo Hermanos Vazquez will perform its circus show in the parking lot of the Dr Pepper Ballpark. Social distancing will be observed. Showtimes are Mon.-Fri. 7:30 p.m.; Sat. 5 p.m. and 8 p.m.; Sun. 2 p.m., 5 p.m and 8 p.m. $25-$55. All ages. Dr Pepper Ballpark, 7300 Roughrider Trail, Frisco. 877-829-7839. www.circovazquez.com NOWTHROUGHAUG. 31 HERITAGEMUSEUMEXHIBIT: ‘FLEEING TO FRISCO’ This exhibit shows the challenges one family went through during World War II in Germany before escaping and eventually settling in Frisco. The exhibit features handwritten letters, family photos and newspaper articles. The exhibit also spotlights a 300-year-old Shabbat lamp. The exhibit is available all day during the museum’s business hours. Free (entrance). Frisco Heritage Museum, 6455 Page St. 972-292-5665. www.tinyurl.com/eeingtofrisco 04 PETTING ZOOAT FRISCO FARMERSMARKET On Easter Sunday, the Frisco Farmers

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The city plans to reconstruct and widen Town & Country Boulevard from Spring Creek Parkway to Legacy Drive. The road’s existing pavement will be refur- bished, and the road will be widened to four lanes. The design phase for this project is complete, and the city began advertising in February for construction crews to begin work on the project. The project began in late March and is expected to get underway in May. Timeline: May-TBD (construction) Cost: $3.5 million Funding source: city of Frisco 4 New traffic signals In February, crews installed underground equipment and the foundation to support a new traffic signal on A FM 423 at Old Newman Road. The signal is expected to be fully operational in April, according to the Frisco Public Works Department’s March report to the city. Additionally, crews began work in March to install a new traffic signal at B Independence Parkway and Lebanon Road. This signal should be func- tional in late summer, the report stated. Timeline: February-April (FM 423 signal construction), March-June (Independence signal)

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1 Lebanon Road widening Construction continues on work to widen Lebanon Road from four lanes to six lanes between Parkwood Boulevard and Ohio Drive. The contractor is working on modifi- cations to the existing traffic signal at Leb- anon Road and Parkwood Boulevard and is installing median pavers and irrigation. Traffic was shifted onto the new pavement in March so the contractor could replace several existing panels of pavement. Driv- ers are now able to use lanes on both sides of the median from Parkwood Boulevard to Preston Road. Previously, both directions of traffic were sharing the north half of the road, according to a report from the Frisco Public Works Department. Timeline: June 2020-spring 2021 (con- struction) Cost: $5.16 million Funding source: city of Frisco 2 Coit Road widening Crews began work in early January to widen Coit Road in Frisco from SH 121 to Main Street. The project will widen the road from its existing four lanes to six lanes across 2.5 miles between the project’s lim- its. The contractor has cleared the medians in preparation for subgrade improvements and placement of concrete pavement. The signal equipment at Coit and Lyndhurst Drive has been installed and was turned on

Cost: $219,999 (FM 423 signal), $400,000 (Independence signal) Funding source: city of Frisco

ALL INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE WAS UP TO DATE AS OF MARCH 5. NEWS OR QUESTIONS ABOUT THESE OR OTHER LOCAL TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS? EMAIL US AT FRSNEWS@COMMUNITYIMPACT.COM.

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DEVELOPMENT HEBwill bring grocery stores to Frisco andPlano next year

BY DANIEL HOUSTON

Road and Spring Creek Parkway. Plano Mayor Harry LaRosiliere welcomed the announcement, calling the grocery “one of the most beloved” brands in the state. “We are so proud HEB chose [Plano] to launch their ever-popular grocery concept locally,” LaRosiliere said in a written statement. “This ag- ship store will add to the fabric of our community and that makes us Texan and special. Welcome HEB!” On his Facebook page, Mayor Je Cheney said an HEB store in Frisco has been “one of our biggest citizen wish list items I’ve heard from you over the last decade.” “It’s ocial!” Cheney wrote on Facebook. “HEB is coming to Frisco the Summer of 2022 at Main and Legacy. Welcome to Frisco!” A statement from the company said HEB is committed to the Dallas/Fort Worth area for the long-term.

The grocery store chain HEB announced plans March 26 to expand into the North Texas suburbs, follow- ing years of speculation as the com- pany acquired properties in the area. The company is expected to begin construction this summer on two new HEB locations, one in Frisco and the other in Plano, according to spokesper- sonMabrie Jackson. These stores are slated to open in fall 2022. “This is an exciting day as we share plans to expand our presence in the DFWmarket with the introduction of HEB, our agship banner, to our growing network of stores,” said Stephen Butt, the company’s Cen- tral Market division president, in a statement. The Frisco store will be located at the northeast corner of Legacy Drive and Main Street. The location in Plano will be at the southwest corner of Preston

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our country,” per the company website. Wiley X now oers a variety of types of apparel meant for anyone who faces harsh work environments and outdoor activities. With the agreement approved, Wiley X will make a nal investment decision after it observes actions taken by the FEDC. Conrmation from the company is anticipated in the next few weeks. Wiley X’s goal is to be operational in Frisco by mid- 2023, Ford said. Ford called the agreement a “strategic win” for Frisco. “Frisco is Sports City, USA, and this company makes high-performance gear in sports and military applica- tions,” Ford said. “So it’s a great t for our strategy.” Wiley X is part of a number of companies moving to Frisco from out of state, Ford said. “Many of [these companies] are looking at Frisco, and many of them are coming to Frisco sooner than they ever have before,” he said. “We think that this would be a great opportunity for growing, ... and we’ll continue to nd ways to help support these [busi- nesses], like Wiley X, to integrate into our business community and into the rest of our community as well.”

BY MIRANDA JAIMES

Wiley X, a California-based company that manufactures military-grade performance wear, is coming soon to Frisco. On March 17, the Frisco Economic Development Corp. approved a $371,800 performance agreement with Wiley X for the company to relocate its operations to Frisco. Should Wiley X accept the terms of the agreement, the company would relocate

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College campus expansion in sight

District announces newmascot for EmersonHighSchool FRISCO ISD The district has announced the mascot of its upcom- ing high school located inMcKinney: Students will be called the Emerson High School Mavericks, according to a March video the district released on Twitter. The process to choose the mascot was democratic, Emerson High School Principal Kristen Sommers told Community Impact Newspaper in November. Short of picking school COLLIN COLLEGE By spring 2022, Collin College Frisco will have four newly renovated halls and classrooms. The Alumni Hall project includes remodeling the existing dining hall to include a coee shop, student engagement areas, and an e-sports and dining area. The work’s scope also includes a new kitchen addition and exterior improvements, such as adding more paving, planters and sculptures. The hall’s dance class- room will be converted into a gen- eral-purpose classroom and oces. Alumni Hall will undergo minor oce and bathroom renovations as well, the college’s Vice President of Facilities and Construction Christo- pher Eyle said. Renovations at Lawler, Heritage, COMPILED BY FRANCESCA D’ANNUNZIO

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HIGHLIGHTS FRISCO Crews have reached the midpoint of construction on the new corporate headquarters for the PGA of America in Frisco, according to a March 26 news release. The building will promote the PGA’s mission to combine state-of-the-art education facilities and a world-class workplace, the release stated. The professional oce building and parking garage will span over 6 acres along PGA Way and Rockhill Parkway. Frisco City Council Meets at 5 p.m. April 6 and 20; open meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. www.friscotexas.gov MEETINGSWE COVER

City logged thousands of calls during Februarywinter storms

STORMSERVICE CALLS The calls received during Winter Storm Uri showed that storm damage was spread across Frisco. 2,298 calls for water service cutos 682 calls to 911 calls to public works 1,616 Police dispatch answered more than storm-related calls 8,500

BY VALERIE WIGGLESWORTH

Amap of those calls—682 to 911 and 1,616 to public works—showed issues throughout Frisco. “We had a lot pipes bursting, and people couldn’t shut the water o, and ceilings were coming down and a lot of very upset folks,” said Council Member John Keating, who, during the storm, joinedmany city staers to answer calls from residents at the city’s emergency operations center. “If you called, we came.” Baylor Scott &White-Centennial is the rst hospital in Frisco to receive this ocial designation. A Level III maternal care designa- tion is the second-highest level of maternal care a hospital can achieve and reects the hospital’s ability to provide treatment for critically pregnant and postpartumpatients.

FRISCO Council got a better grasp on the magnitude of February’s winter storms through a series of reports pre- sented by sta at a March 2 meeting. The city received 2,298 calls for water service cutos fromFeb. 14 to 23, according to Paul Knippel, Frisco public works and engineering services director. “Most of these happened in one day,” he told council.

Frisco reghters answered 1,542 calls

SOURCE: CITY OF FRISCOCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

Frisco ISD board of trustees Meets at 7:30 p.m. April 12. www.friscoisd.org

BSWCentennial gets Level III designation

Collin County Commissioners Court Meets at 1:30 p.m. April 5, 12, 19 and 26. www.collincountytx.gov Denton County Commissioners Court Meets at 9 a.m. April 6, 13, 20 and 27. www.dentoncounty.gov Collin College board of trustees Meets at 5:30 p.m. April 27. www.collin.edu

To receive the designation, the hospital went through a “meticulous, two-year review process,” a news release stated.

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FRISCO Baylor Scott &White Med- ical Center-Centennial has received Level III designation from the Texas Department of State Health Services.

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D A T E S T O K N O W April 19 First day of early voting April 20 Last day to apply for ballot by mail (received, not postmarked) April 27 Last day of early voting

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