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2006 Library moves from McKinney Road to Frisco City Hall

2019 Frisco voters approve $62 million bond to help fund relocation and renovation of library

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Frisco Discovery Center. Developers said a roughly 22-month construction plan should begin in late March to early April on the 157,000-square-foot space, which is more than triple the size of the current library. “We’ll have more appropriate space for the services people expect,” Library Director Shelley Holley said. “There’s going to be variety and convenience.” Holley highlighted one word when describing the new space: dynamic. A key attribute of the new library, she CONTINUED ON 20

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Frisco’s sole library is already considered a top-shelf facility bymany local residents, but the new, larger andmoremodern space being planned for it has drummed up plenty of atten- tion years ahead of its opening date. Construction will begin this spring to move the facility from the George A. Purefoy Municipal Center, otherwise known as Frisco City Hall, to the former Beal Building at 8000 Dallas Parkway following years of preparation. The building is located south of Cotton Gin Road and is next door to the

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FROMVICKI: We are excited to welcome two new reporters to our team. Reporter Francesca D’Annunzio comes to us from The University of Texas at Austin. She will cover Frisco ISD and higher education as well as local business news. Matt Payne, a graduate of the University of North Texas, comes from Fort Worth Magazine . Matt will report on news from Frisco City Council and regional government. With Editor Miranda Jaimes, this team is ready to cover all things Frisco in 2021. You can reach us at frsnews@communityimpact.com. Vicki Chen, GENERALMANAGER

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NOWOPEN 1 Lemma Co ! ee Co . opened a new specialty co ! ee shop Dec. 10 at 9250 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 150, Frisco. The shop grinds and brews co ! ee on-site and o ! ers various co ! ee drinks, such as lattes, pour-overs and espressos. Lemma Co ! ee Co. purchases seasonal, single-origin co ! ees from small, fami- ly-run co ! ee farms. 469-294-0007. www.lemmaco ! eeroasters.com 2 Phenix Salon and Suites had its soft opening Jan. 4 at 2930 Preston Road, Ste. 300, Frisco. The salon will o ! er styling, haircuts, waxing, esthetician services, massages and more. The business also o ! ers suites for salon professionals. 972-740-1954. www.phenixsalonstx.com COMING SOON 3 Torchy’s Tacos is opening up a new location in Frisco at 2947 Preston Road, according to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. North Texas taco lovers can expect the location to open sometime in the late spring or early sum- mer, according to William Rosatti, senior associate of leasing of JAHCO LLC, Torchy’s Frisco landlord. www.torchystacos.com 4 Pediaplex will open in March 2021 at 4855 Ohio Drive, Frisco. The clinic o ! ers speech and occupational therapy, feeding therapy, autism treatment, social skills training, and other services for families a ! ected by a variety of disorders, including ADHD, communication, sensory-motor, mental health and learning disorders. 817-442-0222. www.pediaplex.net 5 Starbucks will open a new location at Coit Road and Main Street in Frisco some- time in summer 2021. The new location of the Seattle-based co ! ee company will feature a drive-thru, according to a Star-

bucks spokesperson. A phone number is not yet available. www.starbucks.com RELOCATIONS 6 3 Men Movers , the largest indepen- dent moving company in Texas, opened its new o " ce in December at 7460 War- ren Parkway, Frisco. The woman-owned business has been operating in Texas for 35 years and has other o " ces in San Antonio, Dallas, Houston and Austin. 469-489-2335. www.3menmovers.com NAME CHANGES 7 Previously known as Heritage Table, the Impractical Sandwich is a pandemic-era pop-up stand that provides gourmet sandwiches to deli a # cionados. Due to the rising numbers of COVID-19 cases in the community, the restaurant decided to change its name and operate as a food truck instead, a transformation it described as a “culinary evolution” with a “sandwich conclusion.” The truck has been open at 7110 Main St., Frisco, since Dec. 3 and is still a work in progress; some of the recipes have been altered in recent weeks based on customer feedback and chef creativity, which is chronicled on the restaurant’s Facebook page. 469-664-0100. www.impracticalsandwich.com CLOSINGS 8 Aria Bridal & Formal closed its loca- tion at 3231 Preston Road, No. 3, Frisco, on Nov. 4 due to # nancial di " culties. The shop’s Lewisville location is still open in- side Music City Mall at 2401 S. Stemmons Freeway, Lewisville. 972-459-3202 9 Melissa Winton, owner of the Crafted Wood Craft Studio , announced the

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The business provided indoor karting with changeable race tracks. In a Facebook post, Kartland announced all riders can use their gift cards up until closing day. 972-727-7223. www.kartland.com 12 Twisted Simplicity closed in De- cember. The shop, located at 6927 W. Main St., Frisco, sold women’s clothing 13 Celebrity Café and Bakery perma- nently closed its doors at 3520 Preston Road, Ste. 111, Frisco, in November. The business is still taking some online cake orders but no longer has a Frisco location. Operations Manager Thomas Hanna said the business hopes to reopen in the area in the future but that it will not be re- opening at the same address. The bakery has three other locations in the Dallas area. 214-387-0060. www.enjoycelebrity.com and gift items. 214-705-1822. www.twistedsimplicity.com

closing of her business Dec. 1 after four and a half years of o ! ering hobby classes to the Frisco community. She wrote in a Facebook post that her “once thriving business [was] decimated by a relentless virus and broken economy.” Due to social distancing and # nancial woes, Crafted o " cially closed Dec. 1 at 8700 Main St., Ste. 120, Frisco. www.getcraftedusa.com 10 Hiccups Restaurant & Teahouse closed its location at 9144 Prestmont Place, Ste. 220, Frisco, this fall. The restaurant served a fusion of Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese cuisine as well as boba tea and co ! ee. Its menu included pho, noodle dishes, milk teas and smoothies. The location also housed Churroholic, a churro dessert brand owned by Hiccups, which has also closed. www.hiccupsteahouse.com 11 Kartland Performance Indoor Raceway is permanently closing its doors at 10550 John W. Elliott Drive, Ste. 100, Frisco, on Jan. 16 due to rental and # nan- cial complications presented by COVID-19.

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125 FOCUSED ON AGENTS NOWOPEN 1 Brakes Plus hosted its grand opening Dec. 5 at 5440 Warren Parkway, Frisco. The auto shop o ! ers a wide range of automotive services, including brakes, tuneups, and more. Brakes Plus does not sell tires. 469-731-4330. www.brakesplus.com. 2 Herd and Hearth opened in Novem- ber inside The Westin Stonebriar Hotel & Golf Club at 1549 Legacy Drive, Frisco. The restaurant serves “locally inspired” breakfast foods, per its website, and o ! ers outdoor seating and private dining rooms. 972-668-8000. www.westinstonebriar.com 3 Luxe Stems , an upscale " oral design gallery, opened to the public Dec. 8 at 4350 Main St., Frisco. The shop sells custom bouquets and local, hand-made

items for all occasions: weddings, prom, graduation, recitals, corporate events and more. Luxe Stems is Black-owned, veter- an-owned and woman-led. 469-545-279. www.luxestems.com COMING SOON 4 B1Bank , which has more than 40 branches across Texas and Louisiana, signed a contract to lease o # ce space at Hall Park, 3010 Gaylord Parkway in Frisco. Jason Siegele, managing director of B1Bank in Dallas, wrote in an email that the company will start construction in the next few weeks and plans to move into the o # ce sometime in late February. www.b1bank.com 5 Belle Haven Interiors is expected to open its doors sometime in February at The Shops at Starwood at 6959 Lebanon

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The city of Frisco will continue its tradition of holding its Daddy Daughter Dance at the Frisco Conference Center. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, however, special precautions will be put into place and are yet to be revealed. The Daddy Daughter Dance is being “reimagined this year”—its 25th—according to the city website. All day. 7600 John Q Hammons Drive. www.friscotexas.gov/1187/daddy-daughter-dance (Courtesy city of Frisco)

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JANUARY 11 PLAY FRISCOAND DESIGN WORKSHOP INC. Play Frisco and Design Workshop Inc. will host the ! rst of many public meetings via Zoom to help the community conceptualize the future of Northwest Community Park, which is located north of Panther Creek Parkway along Teel Parkway. The meeting will also address the nearby, undeveloped Frisco on the Green Park, which spans 27 acres. The sites will ultimately provide a link to existing trails. The meeting will o " er overviews of the existing sites and open a dialogue for possible amenities and designs. 6-7 p.m. Free. www.friscotexas.gov/615/future-parks 14 THE REVEL PATIO GRILL The Revel Patio Grill hosts socially distant karaoke nights. The grill and bar, which boasts local, scratch- made cuisine, still o " ers nightlife entertainment by way of karaoke, live music, billiards, poker and more. Table reservations and tickets are available online. Masks are required upon entry. 8:30 p.m.-1 a.m. Free. 9305 Preston Road, Frisco. 469-384-7700. www.eventbrite.com/o/the-revel- patio-grill-9570637763 15 FREE FRIDAYS 25N Co-working Frisco hosts Free Fridays for anyone curious about coworking. The facility aims to gather professionals for networking and to foster collaboration between area businesses. Co " ee and high- speed internet will be provided, and those with questions should email hello@25ncoworking.com. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Free. 9355 John W. Elliott Drive, Frisco. 630-409-1030. www.25ncoworking.com 16 CARS & CIGARS Industrial Cigar Co. hosts Cars & Cigars every third Saturday, where

LIVEMUSIC JANUARY Rare Books Bar 6959 Lebanon Road, Ste. 110, Frisco 214 ! 705 ! 7775 www.facebook.com/rarebooksbar Live music Wed.-Sat. nights Didi’s 7210 Main St., Frisco 469 ! 888 ! 4020 www.didisdowntown.com/main-menu Live music Wed.-Sat. from 7-10 p.m. and many Sundays The Revel Patio Grill 9305 Preston Road, Frisco 469 ! 384 ! 7700 www.therevelbar.com Live music most Fridays and Saturdays exotics, classics and modern muscle cars among its lineup, according to Industrial Cigar Co. 9:30 a.m.-noon. Free. 9500 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 400, Frisco. 469-305-7360. www.facebook.com/ events/745203369417587 locals gather to admire each other’s cars over co " ee and cigars. The car show, which the shop touts as “Frisco’s fastest growing car show,” often includes

J. Theodore Restaurant &Bar 6959 Lebanon Road, Ste. 110 214-705-7775 www.jtheodore.com Live music Wed.-Sat. evenings The Community Grill 2525 Main St., Ste. 400, Frisco 214 ! 494 ! 4548 www.thecommunitygrill.com Live music Wednesdays

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COMMUNITY SNAPSHOT

Frisco has been ranked as one of the fastest-growing cities in Texas and even the nation over the past few years, per Census Bureau data. From 2014-19, Frisco’s population grew by nearly 54%. The largest group of residents are between ages 20-44, who account for 34% of the population. In the last ! ve years, the median value of a home in Frisco has risen to $439,900, an increase of $145,800, according to the American Community Survey. Education attainment for Frisco residents over age 25 has changed in the last ! ve years, too: In 2014, 58.4% of Frisco residents age 25 or older had a bachelor’s degree or higher; in 2019, that ! gure was 63.3%. GETTING TOKNOWFRISCO COMPILED BY FRANCESCA D’ANNUNZIO

*HISPANIC AND LATINO RESIDENTS ARE INCLUDED WITHIN THESE CATEGORIES. THE CENSUS BUREAU CONSIDERS HISPANIC AND LATINO TO BE ETHNICITIES, NOT RACES. SOURCES: U.S. CENSUS BUREAU AMERICAN COMMUNITY SURVEY 2019 1 " YEAR ESTIMATES AND 5 " YEAR ESTIMATES # COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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AGE ANALYSIS IN FRISCO 0-19

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN FRISCO

1.3% 1.7% 2.9%

Less than $10,000 $10,000-$14,999 $25,000-$34,999 $15,000-$24,999 $35,000-$49,000 $50,000-$74,999 $100,000-$149,000 $75,000-$99,999 $200,000 or more $150,000-$199,999

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Median household income:

RENT VS. MORTGAGE IN FRISCO

EDUCATION LEVEL IN FRISCO** High school diploma or equivalency 96% Bachelor’s degree or higher 63.3%

LOCAL DEMOGRAPHICS IN FRISCO*

21,472 104,139 16,835 869 52,169 105

Hispanic or Latino

Median mortgage $2,699

Median rent (all housing types) $1,540

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Black or African American

American Indian or Alaska native

Median home value $439,900

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Native Hawaiian or other Paci # c Islander Some other race Two or more races

3,060 6,496

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DINING

Restaurants that opened in 2020

12 Kyodai Handroll & Sushi Bar 16100 SH 121, Frisco 972-332-8555 www.facebook.com/kyodaihandrolland- sushibar $$ 13 Sai Home Foods 615 Main St., Ste. 110, Frisco 469-777-3234 www.saihomefood.com $$ 14 Saigon Box Vietnamese Kitchen 6363 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 106, Frisco 214-494-2035 www.saigon-box.com $$ 15 Zhao Star China Bistro 6363 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 118, Frisco 972-987-5258 https://zhaostarchinabistro.com $$ K BAKERIES &DESSERTS 16 Batch Bakery 5355 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 610, Frisco 972-704-3287 www.batchbakery.net $ $$ $$$ 17 Chiller Bee Frozen Yogurt 3290 Main St., Ste. 205, Frisco 469-294-0300 www.chillerbeeyogurt.com $ $$ 18 Cookie Society 9320 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 160, Frisco 214-618-0651 https://cookiesociety.com $ 19 Great Harvest Bread Co. 6363 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 211, Frisco 972-987-5067 http://frisco.greatharvestbread.com $ B 20 Mary’s Mountain Cookies 3311-2 Preston Road, Frisco 972-987-5160 Marysmountaincookies.com $ 21 Pietro’s Bakery & Cafe 11625 Custer Road, Ste. 100, Frisco 469-664-0054

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ASIAN 8 Fire & Ice 2550 Preston Road, Frisco 214-872-1994 https://reandicefusion.com $$ B H 9 Frank Seoul 9292 Warren Parkway, Ste. 130, Frisco 469-287-2023 www.frankseoulus.com $ 10 Kitchen Master 91185 Preston Road, Frisco 469-362-8001 www.kitchenmasterbistro.com $$ 11 Koto Hibachi & Sushi 5995 Preston Road, Ste. 103, Frisco 469-200-5121 https://koto2go.com $$

972-668-8000 www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-informa- tion/restaurant/dalsb-the-westin-stone- briar-hotel-and-golf-club $$ B 5 J. Theodore 6959 Lebanon Road, Ste. 110 214-705-7775 www.jtheodore.com $$ $$$ B H 6 Uncork’d Bar & Grill 615 Main St., Ste, 100, Frisco 469-200-5476 https://uncorkdwinebar.com $$ $$$ H 7 Wulf Burger 9250 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 134, Frisco 469-428-4113 www.wulurgers.com $$

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AMERICAN 1 III Forks 1303 Legacy Drive, Frisco 972-267-1776 www.3forks.com $$$ K 2 BurgerIM 6363 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 107, Frisco 469-888-4363 www.facebook.com/burgerimstarwood $ K 3 Dickey’s Barbecue Pit 1525 US 380, Frisco 214-430-8681 www.dickeys.com $$ H K 4 Herd and Hearth 1549 Legacy Drive, Frisco

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214-407-6021 www. sweetwaterscafe.com $ B JAMAICAN 28 Renee’s Jerk Chicken 5454 Main St., Ste. 123, Frisco 469-795-8303 $$ K JUICE, SMOOTHIES &HEALTH FOOD 29 Chop Stop 3266 Parkwood Blvd., Ste. 5, Frisco 469-444-6061 https://chopstop.com $ $$ 30 Clean Juice 1612 FM 423, Ste. 200, Frisco 214-872-1093 https://cleanjuice.com $ B 31 Nekter Juice Bar 3290 Main St., Ste. 201, Frisco 469-579-4344 www.nekterjuicebar.com $ $$ B MEXICAN&TEXMEX 32 Casa Del Bro Mexican Grill & Creamery

http://pietrosbakery.com $$

5444 FM 423, Ste. 100, Frisco 469-200-5570 www.casadelbro.com $ $$ K 33 Chipotle Mexican Grill 4770 Eldorado Parkway, Ste. 400, Frisco 469-287-9052 www.chipotle.com $$ 34 Chuy’s 3773 Preston Road, Frisco www.chuys.com $$ K 35 Rosita’s Tex-Mex & Cantina 7151 Preston Road, Ste. 451D, Frisco 469-294-0077 www.rositastexmexcantina.com $$ B H K PIZZA 36 Domino’s 615 Main St., Ste. 106, Frisco 972-292-2228 www.dominos.com $$ 37 Pizza Hut 2772 Stonebrook Parkway, Ste. 300, Frisco 972-712-2225 www.pizzahut.com $ $$ 38 Zalat Pizza 4275 Legacy Drive, Frisco

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COFFEETEA 22 Karmic Grounds 7227 Main St., Ste. 600, Frisco 972-370-3514 https://karmicgrounds.com $ B 23 Lemma Coee Co. 9250 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 150, Frisco 469-294-0007 www.lemmacoeeroasters.com $ $$ 24 La Finca Coee & Bakery 7511 Main St., Ste. 150, Frisco 972-486-9600 https://lancacoeebakery.com $ $$ B 25 Renew Coee N Bakery 8880 Coleman Blvd., Frisco 214-407-8739 www.instagram.com/renewcoeenbakery $ B 26 Starbucks 1425 US 380, Frisco 469-437-7636 www.starbucks.com $ B

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469-483-0420 www.zalatpizza.com $$

27 Sweetwaters Coee & Tea 3010 FM 423, Ste. 500, Little Elm

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SHOPPING

Retailers that opened in 2020

800-963-4816 www.landsend.com 17 Tumbleweed TexStyles 7511 Main St., Ste. 120 www.tumbleweedtexstyles.com HOBBIES 18 Painted Tree Marketplace 2930 Preston Road, Ste. 200B 469-661-1588 www.paintedtreemarketplace.com 19 Wild Birds Unlimited 5995 Preston Road, Ste. 104 214-407-7625 www.wbu.com/frisco

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BEAUTY ! HEALTH 1 Abstrakt Studio 4040 Legacy Drive, Ste. 101 972-704-3421 www.abstrakt.studio 2 Atrium Salon & Studio 7511 Main St., Ste. 220 972-704-3771. www.atriumsalonstudio.com 3 CareOne Pharmacy 360 Stonebrook Parkway, Ste. 112 214-296-0040 www.care1rx.com 4 Cookie Cutters Haircuts 1710 FM 423, Ste. 400 972-619-6012 www.haircutsarefun.com/frisco- littleelm-tx/store-locator 5 Hiatus Spa + Retreat 6630 Winning Drive, Ste. 500, Frisco 469-582-2200 https://hiatusspa.com/locations/frisco 6 Frisco Massage Therapy 4645 Wyndham Lane, Ste. 170A, 254-247-8524 www.friscomassagetherapy.com 7 Shear Madness Haircuts for Kids 2772 Stonebrook Parkway, Ste. 400 469-983-9600 www.shearmadnesskids.com 8 SOI Brow 8049 Preston Road, Ste. 400 469-287-2608 www.soibrow.com 9 Today’s Vision 5530 FM 423 Ste. 850 214-469-1500 www.todaysvision.com CARS ! MOTORCYCLES 10 Brakes Plus 5440 Warren Parkway 469-731-4330 www.brakesplus.com 11 Garages of Texas 6767 All Stars Ave. 972-435-9931 www.garagesoftexas.com/locations/ frisco/ 12 Service First Automotive 8675 FM 423 469-430-0447 www.service ! rstautomotive.com 13 Stonebriar Auto Service & Repair 12600 Lebanon Road 469-200-8406 www.stonebriarautoservice.com CLOTHES ! ACCESSORIES 14 Bentley+Lace 6881 Pecan St. www.bentleyandlace.com 15 Game Day Style 6635 Cowboys Way 469-200-5817 https:// " eastyle.com/game-day-style 16 Lands’ End 3211 Preston Road

Get your joints back in gear.

HOME ! GARDEN 20 Consignment Crush 6811 Oak St. 469-200-5202 www.consignmentcrush.com 21 Living Spaces 10900 SH 121 877-266-7300 www.livingspaces.com 22 Luxe Stems

Texas Health is committed to getting you moving again. A network of joint specialists on the medical sta ! of Texas Health hospitals use advanced technology to diagnose orthopedic injuries, conditions and diseases. They then determine a care plan that's right for you — from non- surgical to total joint replacement. In collaboration with UT Southwestern Frisco, our comprehensive program includes physical therapy, pain management and advanced surgical procedures. And, as always, we have protocols in place designed around your safety.

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www.luxestems.com 23 Paradise Grills 2693 Preston Road 972-591-6849 www.paradisegrillsdirect.com/showroom/ frisco-tx-outdoor-kitchens OTHER 24 Pet Supermarket 9112 Lebanon Road, Ste. 200 469-430-9384 www.petsupermarket.com 25 Tarot & Tea 2601 Preston Road 214-938-3127 www.facebook.com/tarotteafrisco 26 The UPS Store 1525 US 380, Ste. 500 469-481-2522 www.locations.theupsstore.com/tx/ frisco/1525-us-highway-380

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Expansion projects and service growth will be in the works for Frisco hospitals next year. Here is a roundup of plans at four Frisco facilities. 1 Baylor Scott &White-Centennial Expansions to the catheterization and interventional radiology suite will allow Baylor Scott &White-Centennial to enhance invasive cardiology services in 2021, according to Matthew Olivolo, media relations specialist for Baylor Scott &White Health. Existing property will be repurposed to accommodate the expansion, Olivolo said. Upgrades to technology for nonin- vasive cardiology services are also in progress, he said. 2 Baylor Scott &White-Frisco Renovations are currently underway for the Women’s Center at Baylor Scott & White-Frisco, Olivolo said. Improvements will a ! ect the hospital’s labor and deliv- ery, NICU and postpartum services. 3 Medical City Frisco Work on a hospital, medical o " ce building and parking garage across 10 acres on the southeast corner of Dallas

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Frisco hopes to soon administer 1,000 COVID-19 vaccines daily COVID-19 vaccines have already begun to trickle through Frisco, but more could be on the way soon as the city seeks to inoculate hundreds a day. The city submitted an application Jan. 4 to Texas Health and Human Services for additional doses to operate a vaccine clinic for the general public, said Dana Baird, Frisco’s director of communications. COLLEGE PKWY. “If DSHS approves and provides, Frisco commits to administering 1,000 doses each day,” Baird said. Baird said Frisco received 300 doses of the Moderna vaccine Dec. 23. Those doses were administered to ! rst responders under Phase 1A. JOHN HICKMAN PKWY.

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Parkway and Main Street will begin in summer 2021 at Medical City Frisco, according to past Community Impact Newspaper coverage. 4 Texas Health Frisco Key developments planned for 2021 at Texas Health Frisco include a project to build out an additional # oor of the hospital, according to THF President Brett Lee. This will expand the hospital’s inpatient capacity by 30 beds, Lee said. Texas Health also plans to expand services to include cardiac catheterization and vascular surgery, as well as NICU services, Lee said. ST O P

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TRANSPORTATION

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ALSOWORTH FOLLOWING IN 2021

STORIES TO FOLLOW IN 2021

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More major construction is coming to northwest Frisco. The city of Frisco has been concentrating on this area in anticipation of the upcoming PGA of America headquarters and golf courses opening in 2022. In December the city wrapped up construction on several of these road projects, such as Legacy Drive from PGA Parkway to US 380 and Championship Drive from PGA Parkway to US 380. This comes out to about $35 million worth of infrastructure, Frisco Assistant Engineering Director Jason Brodigan said. “This is a huge achievement for our engineering team,” Brodigan said. “It happened in less than two years. We’re pretty proud of that.” This year the city will begin work on connecting Panther Creek Parkway to PGA Parkway, Brodigan said. “Right now there’s no connection from 1 Panther Creek to PGA on north/south Legacy; it stops at Panther Creek,” he said. His department is starting on the design to extend Legacy north to PGA Parkway, Brodigan said. Construction is expected to begin in late 2021 or early 2022. The project is

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funded by the city and is expected to last 15-18 months. Another project the city is moving forward with is the extension of 2 Panther Creek from the Dallas North Tollway to Preston Road. It will create a section of road that doesn’t exist today, Brodigan said. “That one is critical to serving the University of North Texas campus that’s coming to Frisco. We will get started on that and hopefully be ready for when they open,” he said. This project is funded by the city of Frisco and will cost $37 million. Construction should begin in late 2021, Brodigan said.

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Construction to widen Legacy Drive to begin in 2021 Design work to widen Legacy Drive from SH 121 to Warren Parkway is drawing to a close. The project will reconstruct existing lanes and add a third lane in each direction with a divider, bringing the roadway to six lanes total, per city documents. “Legacy in that area was built in the mid- to late-80s,” Frisco Assistant Engineering Director Jason Brodigan said. “It’s just reached its service life. Plus it has a lot of tra ! c that uses it.” This project will include a new tra ! c signal at Country Club Drive and adjustments to existing signalized intersections, o ! cials said. Per the December Public Works report from the city, design work is 95% complete. Construction should begin in March or April and take 18 months, Brodigan said. “That’s going to be a complex project,” he said. Timeline: Spring 2021-fall 2022 (construction) Cost: $16.5 million Funding source: city of Frisco, Collin County

US 380expansion ongoing in Frisco

The existing four-lane roadway is insu ! cient for the current demand, a Dec. 2 Texas Department of Transportation presentation said. The portion of the project in Frisco is expected to be let for construction in the summer, o ! cials said. It will widen the existing road with overpasses and a raised median, the TxDOT presentation said. The estimated cost for this portion of the project is $160 million, o ! cials said. Work is also being done on 380 to the west of Frisco to expand this section of the road to six lanes. This portion of the project will begin in January and will span from Loop 288

to west of US 377, o ! cials said. Work will involve some expected lane closures to add the lanes, as well as sidewalks, turn lanes and a shared-use lane. The cost for this portion of the project is expected to be about $21 million, o ! cials said.

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A project coming to the northwest corner of Frisco will widen US 380 to add capacity and provide safety enhancements. US 380 will be expanded from four to six lanes through Frisco with grade separations at major inter- sections. Crews will also construct improved sidewalks from the US 377/US 380 intersection to west of County Road 26 in Frisco.

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