The Town of Frisco just released results from its 2006 community survey, which gathered input in July from more than 700 Frisco voters, homeowners and business-owners.
The survey respondents gave feedback on a wide variety of town issues and services, including recreation, economic development, demographics, special events and customer service.
Overall, respondents gave the town high marks and indicated they feel Frisco has a good sense of community.
Items that rated especially high include recreation, appearance of town, scenic/visual quality, parks and trails, open space areas, public safety and public transit.
The responses suggest the town should improve affordable housing, traffic flow, arts and culture, wildfire mitigation and energy conservation.