Who doesn’t Love Main Street without cars?
On Friday, June 12, the Town of Frisco launched a shop local program called “Love Frisco, Shop Frisco” and the Frisco Pedestrian Promenade, which answers the call of businesses who are in need of more square footage to bring their occupancy to normal levels.
The Frisco Pedestrian Promenade will transform three blocks of Frisco Main Street, from 2nd Avenue to 5th Avenue, into a pedestrian and bike-only zone with open air dining and shopping.
All avenues (the perpendicular streets) are staying open to traffic and parking. The Town is also providing more overhead bistro lighting and flowers to add to the already existing charm on Frisco Main Street. The Promenade will be continually monitored by Town staff, and the Town will seek constant feedback from businesses to determine what works and what doesn’t in order to make changes as the summer progresses. There is no end date for the Promenade, as it will be continually assessed and will remain only as long as it is needed.
Love Frisco, Stay/Shop Frisco Card
The Love Frisco, Shop/Stay Frisco program is designed to encourage locals & visitors alike to support Frisco’s small businesses, including lodging. Cards are valid at participating Frisco businesses only. The Town of Frisco will match your purchase with a bonus card at the following matches: Spend $30, Get $10 / Spend $75, Get $25 / Spend $120, Get $40. Bonus cards expire September 15, 2020. Bonus limit per purchaser is up to $125. Call the Visitor Center between 9am-5pm w/questions 970-668-5547 or go to this site to learn more
Here is a link to the town of Frisco's website, be sure to reference the COVID-19 information before venturing out and about!
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