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Bulk Trash
Posted on Jan 22nd, 2015
As construction continues on the house on Pompei Place that was destroyed by fire last summer, please do not use the oversized dumpster for bulk trash items.  The dumpster belongs to the contractor and is for construction debris, not large trash items from the neighborhood.  The contractor must pay hefty disposal fees when the dumpster is filled.  This cost is passed on to the homeowners. 
Please be a good neighbor by contacting Community Waste Disposal, Inc. of Dallas (CWD) at 972-392-9300 for large trash/bulky items.  CWD provides pick up on Saturdays, depending on your location in Frisco.  A map indicating which Saturday CWD comes to your neighborhood can be found on the City of Frisco's website ( 
Thank you for your kind cooperation.
Until next year. . .
Posted on Jan 13th, 2015
The holiday season is over, and maybe you've put the interior decorations up in the attic until next year. Don't forget to remove your exterior decorations as well.  Please make sure all outside holiday decorations are taken down by January 31st.
Thank you!
Frisco Neighborhood Watch
Posted on Dec 12th, 2014

To all,
We want to thank you for being an active participant in Frisco Neighborhood Watch and for continuing to help keep your community engaged in crime prevention and reporting suspicious behavior. We have designed a new Residential Burglary Prevention Checklist that is attached and can also be found at the following link:
This checklist was designed to help residents examine their home and insure they are protecting against the common areas of weakness in residential security. To protect you and your family, please take a critical look at your home security every three to four months. Make this a priority and remember that crime prevention is a continuous process. Please share this checklist with your friends and neighbors. ALWAYS be aware of your surroundings and if you see something suspicious, please call the police.
The next Frisco Neighborhood Watch meeting is MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 2015. We hope to see you there.
Thank you,
Officer Colby Hill
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Community Pool News
Posted on Oct 21st, 2014
The community pool will close on Monday, October 27th.  The pavilion will remain open.
Griffin Parc Signs Vandalized
Posted on Sep 9th, 2014
The signs in the community park were recently vandalized.  They have been removed and are in the process of being repaired.  The signs will be reinstated as soon as the repairs are completed. 
If you have any information about who damaged the signs, please contact Vanessa Burch at 972-960-2800 extension 306 or
Thank you for your support!
Pavilion Rules Revised - July 2014
Posted on Aug 4th, 2014
Please take a few moments to review the revised pavilion rules which are published in the Documents section of the website as well as on SBB's web portal (
Thank you!
New Pavilion Rules
Posted on Jul 31st, 2014
At the July 14, 2014 Board of Directors Meeting, the pavilion rules were changed.  The rules are posted at the two (2) entrances to the pavilion.  The Documents section of this website has a copy of the new rules.  Please take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the rules.  The notable changes are the number of guests allowed per household and the rules regarding the playing of music.
Thank you for your cooperation!
Better Safe Than Sorry
Posted on Jul 10th, 2014
Summer is a fun time for all, and with the hot days in Texas, many people enjoy spending a relaxing day at the community pool.
Please remember to keep a safe environment for all.  If you have children in the pool, please be vigilant in watching them.  How many times have we heard, "But I only turned my head for a minute. . ."?  Children of all ages need monitoring whether they're young and splashing in the shallow water, or older children swimming underwater.
Also, please keep glass products out of the pool area, and always remember to clean up after your group leaves the pool or pavilion.
Have a safe and happy summer!
The Pool Code Has Changed!
Posted on May 1st, 2014
The 2014 pool code has changed.  It can be found in the Documents section of this website (you must login to gain access to the code).
The pavilion code has not changed.
Use of motorized vehicles on grassy areas
Posted on Jan 3rd, 2014

Happy New Year Greetings to all!
Our office has received reports that people are using motorized vehicles on the grass.  Please be aware that no motorized vehicles of any kind (Razor Motorcycles, golf carts, and go carts, etc.) are allowed on the grass in the community park or any grassy area in the community. 
We appreciate your cooperation!
Thank you.


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~ Upcoming Events ~
Frisco's Citizen's Fire Academy Classes
Thursday, March 19th to Thursday, May 14th
The ever-popular Citizen’s Fire Academy Classes begin March 19th and conclude with a graduation ceremony on May 14th. This class has been revamped and revitalized to be even more fun and exciting. It is full of hands-on, realistic learning opportunities about what actually goes on at your local fire stations. Attendees will experience simulated emergency calls, have bunker gear to wear during class and enjoy the opportunity to ride out with firefighters on real emergency response calls. You don’t want to miss this once a year course offered on Thursday evenings from 7:00-9:00 PM.
Applications available at any fire station, online at or by email There are limited spots available and the deadline to register is March 1st.
February 18 -- The Frisco Fire Department is once again offering Friends and Family CPR /AED Awareness Classes free of charge for those that live or work in Frisco and want to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to respond in an emergency but do not have a requirement to be ‘certified.’ The course offers instruction on adult and infant CPR (cardio pulmonary resuscitation) as well as how to use an AED (automated external defibrillator) device. The minimum age to take the course is 10 years old. All minors must be accompanied by an adult. Classes are offered the third Wednesday evening from 6:30 -9:00 p.m. every other month starting February 18, 2015. There are limited spots available in each class. Contact our Community Education Information Line at 972.292.6351 or by email at to enroll.



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