Recreation

Lewisville Lake

Welcome to Lake Lewisville! This is one of the largest lakes in north Texas spanning 29,000 acres with 233 miles of shoreline. This recreational lake is great for fishing, skiing, swimming, relaxing, and recreational boating. There are numerous parks located around the lake all of which you can find detailed information Here. There are plenty of nice beaches, campgrounds, hiking and biking trails, golf courses, and other outdoor activities. For more information on Lake Lewisville you can also visit the Texas Parks and Wildlife website.

Frisco Hills

A Community Park and Pool are located at the amenities center on Frisco Hills Boulevard.

Pool is open to residents of Frisco Hills from the beginning of May through the beginning of October. The community park is located next to the pool. Parking can at the pool or along the street.

One other park is located at Miller Elementary. The park is closed to the public during school hours but is open after. The park is suited for children between the ages of 5-12 and has basketball courts and some turf grass.

Greenbelts are located throughout the neighborhood and are open for use to residents.

The trail is currently under construction but will eventually connect to the Sunset Point neighborhood and to the lake. Construction on trail began in the Fall of 2017 and is being paid for by the developer.

Frisco Ranch and The Preserve

Frisco Ranch is home to ample recreation including four parks, a community pool, volley ball court, three ponds and ample walking spaces. With main facilities located at 1212 Lone Pine Dr. you’ll find plenty to do in the community. The community pool is open to residents of Frisco Ranch and The Preserve from the beginning of May through the beginning of October with parking available at the pool.

Office Location

1230 Brendan Dr.

Little Elm, TX 75068

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Hours

Monday - Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm

Contact Us

Main@friscowest.org

Office Phone: (972) 987-4250

Office Fax: (972) 987-4296

For Water Emergencies: Jason Cork (214) 773-6013

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Frisco Hills Residents: CWD is currently running behind schedule with recycling.
If your recycling was not recovered yesterday 7/27, please leave your bin out to be serviced.
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Frisco West Special Board Meeting
Full details can be found on our website at
https://friscowest.org/frisco-west-special-board-meeting-thursday-july-29-2021-at-630p

The board of Directors for Frisco West Water Control and Improvement District of Denton County will be holding a board meeting Tuesday, July 20, 2021 at 6:30 at the Municipal Center (1230 Brendan Dr., Little Elm, TX 75068).



If you would like to make a public comment at the meeting, please complete the Public Comment Card and submit it prior to the meeting. Please email completed comment cards to abieber@winstead.com with subject line “Public Comment Frisco West.”

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The board of Directors for Frisco West Water Control and Improvement District of Denton County will be holding a board meeting Tuesday, July 20, 2021 at 6:30 at the Municipal Center (1230 Brendan Dr., Little Elm, TX 75068).

 

If you would like to make a public comment at the meeting, please complete the Public Comment Card and submit it prior to the meeting. Please email completed comment cards to abieber@winstead.com with subject line “Public Comment Frisco West.”

https://friscowest.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/FWWCID-Public-Comment-Card-4850-2984-8461-1.pdf

Frisco Hills Residents: CWD is currently running behind schedule with recycling.
If your recycling was not recovered today, please leave your bin out tomorrow morning to be serviced.
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It's coming up on 6:30 Wednesday evening and CWD has still not picked up my recycle bin.

They didn't come today either. What now?

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