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Transitioning to Online In the fall, a greater percentage of

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Some of Frisco’s most popular trails will soon get expansions to improve their connectivity throughout the city and the region. The city plans to add a connection to Cottonwood Creek Trail, one of Frisco’s busiest paths, under the Dallas North Tollway later this year. That trail is then slated to be connected to Main Street in 2021. Frisco’s trails system will also soon connect to Plano as work on an extension of the Taychas Trail CONTINUED ON 24

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UNT at Frisco Professor Zain Ali (right) plans to teach classes in person in the fall. (Courtesy University of North Texas)

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As the 2020-21 academic year approaches, UNT and Collin College leaders say both institutions will have to waver through changing learning environ- ments, enrollment projections and modications to workforce education. “Safety and exibility are the key considerations for fall,” said Toni Jenkins, senior vice president of

Frisco students attending the University of North Texas and Collin College will have several learning options this fall. Both institutions shifted a majority of their classes online in the spring 2020 semester when COVID-19 made its way into North Texas, both col- lege ocials said.

Cottonwood Creek Trail in Frisco has been busy in recent months. (Elizabeth Uclés/Community Impact Newspaper)

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FROMVICKI: Back-to-school is anything but normal this year. While Frisco ISD is starting the year virtually, higher education institutions in Frisco, including Collin College and the University of North Texas at Frisco, are also having to adapt on the y. In this year’s Higher Education Guide (see Pages 15- 21), we report on enrollment trends, the changing classroom experience and the latest safety measures set to protect students and faculty on campus this fall semester. Vicki Chen, GENERALMANAGER

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FROMWILLIAM: One of the ways my family and I have been navigating the pandemic is by taking regular walks to enjoy nature as much as we can. For those looking to do the same, our sta decided to highlight Frisco’s trails system this month. Not only do the trails oer a great chance to exercise, but they are also a convenient way to explore the community. City leaders said the trails have been busier than ever in recent months, so there is always someone to greet while working up a sweat. William C. Wadsack, EDITOR

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NOWOPEN 1 Painted Tree Marketplace hosted a grand opening July 4 at 2930 Preston Road, Ste. 200B, Frisco. The community of shops features local shop owners, boutiques, decorators, artisans and craftspeople. Gifts, decor, fashion items, soaps, candles and more are available for purchase. 469-661-1588. www.paintedtreemarketplace.com 2 Wild Birds Unlimited opened July 17 at 5995 Preston Road, Ste. 104, Frisco. The nature shop offers products for birdwatching, including birdseed and bird 3 7-Eleven will open in September at the corner of Lebanon and Preston roads in Frisco. The convenience store will offer food, snacks, drinks and gas. 800-255-0711. www.7-eleven.com 4 7-Eleven will open in September at the corner of Rockhill Parkway and Preston Road in Frisco. The convenience store will offer food, snacks, hot and cold drinks and gas. 800-255-0711. www.7-eleven.com 5 Atrium Salon + Studio will host a soft opening in mid-August at 7511 Main St., Frisco. Located at The Patios at the Rail development, Atrium will offer a full-ser- vice salon as well as rent-by-the-hour spaces for photography and videography sessions and pop-up. www.atriumsalonstudio.com feeders. 214-407-7625. https://frisco.wbu.com/ COMING SOON

6 First Citizens Bank will open a branch early next year near the intersection of Lebanon Road and Old Lebanon Road in Frisco. The new branch will be 6,900 square feet. First Citizens Bank plans to consolidate its leased location at 2400 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 120, Plano, into the Frisco office. Offerings include checking, savings and personal lending as well as merchant and commercial services. 888-323-4732. www.firstcitizens.com 7 Karmic Grounds will open its second Frisco location around late August at 7227 Main St., Ste. 600. The coffee and tea studio offers various beverages as well as pastries, flatbreads, bread loaves and 8 La Finca Coffee & Bakery will open in mid-August at 7511 Main St., Ste. 150, Frisco. Located at The Patios at the Rail development, the coffee roaster will serve a variety of coffee drinks and bak- ery items. 469-476-6501. http://lafincacoffeebakery.com/ REOPENINGS 9 KidZania reopened July 31 at 2601 Preston Road, Ste. 3011, Frisco. The interactive education and entertainment center reopened with limited capacity and new sanitation measures. The toddler area and a few other establishments within the facility will remain closed until further notice. KidZania is only offering hours Friday-Sunday, and preregistration is recommended. 469-731-3900. https://usa.kidzania.com smoothies. 469-912-0660. https://karmicgrounds.com

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ANNIVERSARIES 10 7 Leaves Cafe opened one year ago July 20 at 9292 Warren Parkway, Ste. 140, Frisco. The tea shop offers milk teas, coffee and matcha with boba and grass jelly add-ins. 469-200-5614. https://7leavescafe.com 11 Marufuku Ramen opened a year ago June 10 at 9292 Warren Parkway, Ste. 370, Frisco. The restaurant serves Hakata-style ramen dishes as well as rice bowls, sake and beer. 469-388-1215. www.marufukuramen.com 12 SomiSomi Soft Serve & Taiyaki opened one year ago in August at 9292 Warren Parkway, Ste. 260. The ice cream shop offers ice cream, ice cream swirls and Japanese fish-shaped cakes. 214-390-2676. www.somisomi.com SCHOOL NOTES 13 Construction began this summer on Frisco ISD ’s new swimming facility along North County Road, according to a dis-

trict release. The $26.6 million building will double the pool and locker room size currently available to FISD’s swimming program and will house new offices for the district’s athletics department. The facility is expected to open in fall 2021. 469-633-6000. www.friscoisd.org CLOSINGS 14 California Pizza Kitchen closed its Frisco location at Stonebriar Center in mid-July. A company spokesperson said the closure would last “until further notice” due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and to “related lease challeng- es” with its landlord. The restaurant, located at 2601 Preston Road, Ste. 2221, Frisco, served pizzas, pastas and salads. Before closing, it offered online ordering and curbside pickup during the COVID-19 pandemic. www.cpk.com 15 Three Wings Boutique closed in May at 3231 Preston Road, Ste. 10, Frisco. The family-owned boutique offered ladies’ and girls’ apparel, personal care prod- ucts, custom gifts and home decor.

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9 Rockstars of Tomorrow will open in early fall at 6363 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 112, Frisco. The music academy will offer lessons in guitar, voice, piano, drums, bass, ukulele, violin, songwriting, audio recording and performance. Rockstars of Tomorrow has five other locations in California. The Frisco location will be the music academy’s first in Texas. 214-937-9073. http://rockstarsoftomorrow.com/frisco/ 10 Verizon Wireless will open a new Frisco store Aug. 23 at 1275 US 380, Frisco, according to its website. The tele- communications company offers wireless services and products, such as smart- phones and tablets. 800-922-0204. www.verizonwireless.com REOPENINGS 11 Service First Automotive reopened its location in West Frisco on July 13. The auto service shop, which is located at 8675 FM 423, Frisco, originally opened in mid-February before closing due to the coronavirus pandemic. The business is offering drive-thru oil changes, state inspections and mechanical repairs. Plexiglass has also been installed at this location, and social distancing guidelines have been implemented to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. 469-430-0447. https://servicefirstautomotive.com/ 12 Vybe 5 reopened July 6 at 6363 Dal- las Parkway, Ste. 102, Frisco. The fitness studio offers whole-body workouts using power yoga, strength training, cardio, stretching techniques and meditation. Since the gym’s reopening, COVID-19 safety measures have been implemented, including no-contact check-in, increased mat spacing and ultraviolet disinfection. 469-604-1908. www.vybe5.com RELOCATIONS 13 Peace Love Wax relocated at the

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NOWOPEN 1 BEYOND Pilates opened a pop-up studio July 27 at 4851 Legacy Drive, Ste. 606, Frisco. The pop-up for the bou- tique-style Pilates studio will be in opera- tion for a few months. It offers 30-minute Pilates chair and kettlebell workouts to burn calories and build muscle. 469-980-7077. www.thebeyondstudios.com 2 On Point Dentistry opened May 11 at 9560 Legacy Drive, Ste. 230, Frisco. The dental office offers comprehensive dental care, including checkups, cleanings, chil- dren’s dentistry, cosmetic dentistry and Invisalign. 469-447-9656. www.onpointdentistryfrisco.com

3 Pediatrics R Us opened July 17 at 255 West Lebanon Road, Ste. 324, Frisco. The pediatrics practice offers services for general health visits; prevention and wellness; childhood immunizations; sports and camp physicals; ADHD and behavioral concerns; chronic conditions and travel medicine. 469-788-7337. www.txpedsrus.com 4 The UPS Store opened July 20 at 1525 US 380, Ste. 500, Frisco. The pack- ing and shipping franchise offers printing and direct mail services. The UPS Store also provides a real street address for mailboxes. 469-481-2522. https://locations.theupsstore.com/tx/ frisco/1525-us-highway-380 5 Zhao Star China Bistro opened in July at 6363 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 118, Frisco.

110 T H O U S A N D AGENTS WO R L DW I D E end of June to 6851 Warren Parkway, Ste. 203, Frisco, from a nearby suite. The hair removal business offers waxing services, including body, lip, brow, chin and bikini area waxing. Peace Love Wax also has Plano and McKinney locations. 972-294-5192. https://peacelovewax.com

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17 The Painted Teacup opened a year ago Aug. 12 at 2552 Stonebrook Park- way, Ste. 825, Frisco. The do-it-yourself pottery studio allows guests to paint and glaze their own pottery. 972-292-9563. www.thepaintedteacup.net 18 VetGraft opened a year ago June 10 at 4645 Avon Lane, Ste. 280, Frisco. The veterinary tissue bank prevents and treats equine musculoskeletal injuries for tendons and ligaments. 877-387-6591. https://vetgraft.com CLOSINGS 19 Barre Social closed at 2831 Eldorado Parkway, Ste. 106, Frisco, according to the fitness studio’s website. Barre Social offered barre and yoga classes in West Frisco. The phone number is no longer operational. http://barresocial.com/

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EXHIBITION This drop-in style gallery features works created by local student artists. It is being curated by the Frisco Association for the Arts in collaboration with Signature Reection. 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Free. Lincoln Experience Center, 3620 The Star Blvd., Ste. 1205, Frisco. 972-292-0789. www.lincolnexperiencecenter.com 11 UNDEAD & UNREAD: MEDUSA UPLOADED The Frisco Public Library hosts a meeting each month for adult readers to discuss science ction, horror and fantasy books. This online event, held via Zoom, will center on “Medusa Uploaded” by Emily Davenport. 8-9 a.m. Free. 972-292-5669. https://friscolibrary.bibliocommons.com/ events 14 THROUGH 15 OUTDOORMARKET The open-air marketplace allows boutiques, salons, eateries and more businesses in The Rail District to bring their wares outside. 3-8 p.m. (Aug. 14), 8 a.m.-3 p.m. (Aug. 15). Free. The Rail District, Main Street, Frisco. https://friscoraildistrictmerchants.com

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FEATURED EVENT AUG. 15: Roll with the Council The public can take a bicycle ride with Frisco City Council members along the Taychas Trail of Harold Bacchus Community Park. Riders will remain at a conversational pace on the eight- mile route to allow participants to learn more about Frisco and to take in public art. 1-4 p.m. Free. Harold Bacchus Community Park, 13995 FM 3537, Frisco. 972-292-6500. www.friscotexas.gov/1469/roll-with- the-council

The second annual Kidfest event will feature child-friendly games, such as giant checkers, hula hoops and more. The event will also feature food, vendors and a kids’ zone. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. (Aug. 8), 10 a.m.-4 p.m. (Aug. 9). Free. Frisco Fresh Market, 9215 John W. Elliott Drive, Frisco. 844-776-2753. https://friscofreshmarket.com/m-events

25 READER’S CHOICE: THE SAME SKY The Frisco Public Library hosts a meeting each month for adult readers to discuss ction and nonction books. This online event will center on “The Same Sky” by Amanda Eyre Ward. 7-8:30 p.m. Free. 972-292-5669. https://friscolibrary. bibliocommons.com/events SEPTEMBER 06 FALL PETTING ZOO Frisco Fresh Market will host a 35-animal miniature farm. Animals slated for the event include a pig, ducks,

chickens, miniature goats and a miniature horse. Noon-3 p.m. $5 (per child/adult). Frisco Fresh Market, 9215 John W. Elliott Drive, Frisco. 844-776-2753. https://friscofreshmarket.com/ m-events 10 CODELAUNCH 8 This annual pitch competition for technology startup businesses will feature nalists from a national competition, a startup trade show, educational sessions and a networking after-party. 3-9 p.m. Free (UNT students and faculty), $20-$99 (others). Comerica Center, 2601 Ave. of the Stars, Frisco. 214-774-4262. www.codelaunch.com

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SRT TOLL the $4.2 million project could begin as early as October 2021. Timeline: July 2020-September 2021 (design), October 2021-September 2022 (construction) Cost: $4.2 million Funding source: city of Frisco 4 Frisco Street roadway A design meeting was expected in July for the construction of a four-lane roadway on Frisco Street between Cobb Hill Drive and Panther Creek Parkway. A professional services agreement will be presented to City Council in September, according to the city’s report. Timeline: October 2020-September 2021 (design), October 2021-September 2022 (construction) Cost: $6.2 million Funding source: city of Frisco 5 Eldorado Parkway and Dickson Lane traffic signal A traffic signal is being added at Eldorado Parkway and Dickson Lane. The signal is located in and funded by the town of Lit- tle Elm, but Frisco will operate the signal through an interlocal agreement. Timeline: April-September (construction) Cost: $450,000 Funding source: town of Little Elm

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Frisco City Council Meets 5 p.m. Aug. 18 and Sept. 1 Open meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. www.friscotexas.gov Frisco ISD board of trustees Meets 6:30 p.m. Aug. 10 www.friscoisd.org Collin County Commissioners Court Meets 1:30 p.m. Aug. 10, 17 and 24 and Sept. 1 www.collincountytx.gov Denton County Commissioners Court Meets 9 a.m. Aug. 11, 18 and 25 and Sept. 2 www.dentoncounty.gov Collin College board of trustees Meets 5:30 p.m. Aug. 25 www.collin.edu MEETINGSWE COVER NUMBER TOKNOW 34,839 That’s the number of jobs Frisco businesses were able to retain after receiving federal Paycheck Protection Program loans to help combat the eects of the coronavirus pandemic. Of the nearly 4,000 Frisco businesses that received the potentially forgivable loans, the majority received amounts of $25,000 or less, data from the U.S. Small Business Administration shows.

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Outdoor Water Park hours Two-hour blocks available from 8-10 a.m. and 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday through Friday. Frisco Athletic Center hours 5 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays Noon-9 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. on Saturdays Closed on Sundays

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FRISCO Over 400 urban living units are nearing completion at The Gate development. The Frisco Planning & Zoning Commission approved a nal plat for the 425 urban living units at a July 28 meeting. The units are located over 6.7 acres on the northwest corner of Polo Gate Way and Grand Gate Way, according to city documents. The Gate development along the Dallas North Tollway is home to several townhome, condominium, apartment, oce and hotel projects for the city.

FRISCO The city reopened the Outdoor Water Park at the Frisco Athletic Center July 27 with limited hours and operations. The water park’s two play structures, the Squirt Station and The Fort, are open to attendees, but all slides and the lazy river will remain closed. To help stem the spread of coro- navirus, attendees must reserve a two-hour session for the park using online service Waitwhile, which Frisco also uses for tness block reservations inside the FAC. The park’s capacity is limited to 50 people, including adults, per time session. “Our patrons’ safety is our top priority,” Director of Parks and Recreation Shannon Coates said in a city news release. “We’ve consulted with the governor’s oce and our

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city’s medical director to develop our plan for opening this popular water park. We want everyone to have fun playing, but we also want to remind everyone to respect each other’s space and play safely.” Masks are not required while swimming, though the state requires all Texans age 10 and up to wear a face covering when not engaging in physical activity outdoors.

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These higher education institutions each have campuses in Frisco. The demographics here are for student enrollment and degrees and certicates awarded at the full institutions. White African American Hispanic Asian Other International CAMPUS CLOSEUP

EDUCATEDPOPULATIONS

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Here is a look at educational attainment among residents age 25 and older.

Degrees/certicates FISCAL YEAR 201819

FALL 2019

Student enrollment

Some college, no degree Associate degree Bachelor’s degree Graduate or professional degree

High school graduate (includes equivalency)

9.47% 4.38% 17.66% 50.73% 11.47% 6.29%

11.11% 1.76% 4.88% 21.77% 47.65% 12.83%

34,328 Total enrolled in fall 2019 4,088 Degrees/certicates issued scal year 2018-19

Less than ninth grade Ninth-12th grade, no diploma

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17.3% 6.7% 38.7% 24.7%

19.7% 7.5% 33.0% 18.7% 14.8% 3.4% 3.0%

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Degrees/certicates FISCAL YEAR 201819

FALL 2019

Student enrollment

2.56% 4.98% 17.80% 49.48% 17.35%

2.61% 5.24% 6.18% 20.23% 43.87% 21.85%

9.2% 1.7% 1.7%

11,725 Total enrolled in fall 2019 3,353 Degrees/certicates issued scal year 2018-19 UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS 9,457 Degrees/certicates issued scal year 2018-19 39,192 Total enrolled in fall 2019

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TEXAS

7.81%

22.3% 7.6% 30.0% 14.5% 18.1%

21.8% 7.1% 19.1% 10.2% 25.0%

Degrees/certicates FISCAL YEAR 201819

43.65% 14.62% Student enrollment FALL 2019

50.89% 12.2%

4.97% 3.29% 22.3% 6.35%

6.76% 6.81% 3.25% 24.91%

3.6% 4.0%

8.5% 8.3%

*Percent does not equal 100% due to rounding.

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Ridge Campus in Frisco is on track to be completed July 2021, according to college ocials. The $59 million IT center will be located on Ohio Drive and Wade Boulevard. Once nished, the center will sup- port Collin College’s four-year degree PrestonRidgeCampus to receivenewair cleaning technology

in early 2020, and as of the end of June, the project is 20% complete, according to Collin College ocials. The IT center is expected to be 92,000 square feet with classrooms and lab spaces for computer network- ing and systems and cybersecurity. Info sessions oered for newCollin College degree

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Collin College’s board of trust- ees approved a plan to install air cleaning technologies at 10 facilities, including the Preston Ridge Campus, to help reduce the spread of viruses. The technology will virtually eliminate airborne contaminants, such as allergens, odors, bacteria, viruses, mold, fungus and dust mites, through ultraviolet-type light or bipolar ionizers, according to a release. “Use of these systems can add to the safety of our students, faculty and sta,” District President Neil Matkin said in the release. The $3 million technology will be incorporated into air handling systems in the upcoming academic year, per the release.

Collin College will hold vir- tual information sessions for its four-year bachelor’s degree program in applied technology in cybersecurity. This degree is one of the rst four-year programs Collin College started oering in the spring. The college also oers a four-year bach- elor of science degree in nursing. Registration is required for the event at http://www.collin.edu/ department/cybersecurity When: Aug. 10 at 1 p.m.; Aug. 19 at 5 p.m. Where: The virtual sessions for the program will occur via Zoom. HOWTOATTEND

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