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Monday, October 3 - Sunday, October 9
The data from Frisco’s weather station recommends watering once this week for .4 inches, on your regularly scheduled trash collection day.

Time-of-day Watering Guidelines
Irrigation controllers should be set to run before 10 a.m., or after 6 p.m. during Daylight Saving Time (DST). Running your sprinklers in the early morning and evening helps minimize water loss due to evaporation.

Overseeding is Prohibited in Frisco

Save money and water by letting your lawn go dormant this fall and winter. Overseeding your lawn with cool season grasses, such as rye and fescue, is prohibited in the City of Frisco. The exception is for erosion control and public spaces where safety is a concern. (Ordinance 19-04-34 Section 8).
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Frisco is both beautiful and bustling. From soaring stadiums to preserved prairies- we’ve got it all. Visionary planning is important to our residents, and city leaders take this into account at all levels of municipal government. You can witness one shining example of planning for the future while driving through Frisco. Have you noticed the planted boulevards and traffic dividers? We hope so! 

While these lovely grassy areas provide curb appeal, they also fit into a larger design that helps protect our watershed, and control stormwater runoff. These rain harvesting zones, also known as bioswales, help absorb and slow down rain water by mimicking our historic prairie landscape.  Additionally, the City of Frisco encourages the use of permeable paving in parking lots and roadways, which allows a portion of runoff to infiltrate the surface and soak directly into the ground. 

Together, these areas help prevent flooding, and filter water, which helps protect our watershed by catching pollutants before they enter local creeks and streams. So, the next time you’re driving around Frisco, take a moment to appreciate the form and function of our bioswales.
You've got questions. Our licensed irrigators have answers.

This week's question:

The City irrigator identified a leak in my irrigation system. Can you suggest someone I should contact to have it repaired?

We are not able to recommend one irrigation or landscaping company over the other. So instead we've assembled a list of licensed and insured companies who are registered to work in the City of Frisco.

If you are a member of a company not on this list that should be, please contact Ron Garcia at

Want your questions answered? Email us at
Water levels in Lavon Lake, our primary water source, remain low. Residents are asked to continue limiting outdoor water use and follow specific guidance from their local provider regarding the timing and frequency of irrigation.

Help Keep Frisco Beautiful this Fall with out Second Annual Stream Clean!

Litter is by far the most common form of stormwater pollution, but YOU can make a difference! If you’re a Frisco family, organization, business, community, or someone who cares: join us for Stream Clean on October 15. Cleanup is from 9-11 a.m.
*Volunteers receive a FREE t-shirt, while supplies last!*
Irrigation Sprinkler Checkups - Watch for Changes coming later this year!

Conserve water and save money! Frisco's licensed irrigators offer free inspections to residents. Please be aware that our free Sprinkler Checkup program is extremely popular and there is currently a wait list going through September. 

Use the myFrisco app or call 972-292-5800 to schedule your appointment.
GPCD: Frisco's Water Statistics
The average daily water usage per person in Frisco is known as the GPCD. Calculations are obtained by dividing the total number of gallons used in Frisco by our city's population.

This week in Frisco, the GPCD was 234.
Last week, the GPCD was 239.
2022 Water Quality Report
Frisco water meets with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and exceeds all state and federal drinking water standards. Learn more by reviewing the Superior Rating. The City of Frisco is proud to let its customers know they receive safe, high-quality drinking water. Frisco’s water system has an Annual Drinking Water Quality Report.

To learn more about how Frisco keeps your drinking water clean, check out the City's most recent Progress in Motion video!
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