The Colorado Department of Transportation and the Town of Frisco are working on an agreement to begin the revitalization of the west end of town.
A meeting with CDOT is scheduled for May 24 to go over the plans for West Main Street, said Tim Mack, public works director for the town.
After that, the design, which is being finalized now, will go to bid.
"We expect to go to bid the middle part of June. ... If all If works out, we would like to see construction beginning after the Fourth of July holiday," Mack said.
Engineers estimate the project to take 120 days so it would be near competition by the first part of November, he added.