Frisco Station and 4th Army Drive update: 4 things to know in Frisco, Dec. 4-8

Shovels are lined up for Frisco Station's groundbreaking in 2016.

Shovels are lined up for Frisco Station's groundbreaking in 2016.

1. 4th Army Drive construction affects access to B.F. Phillips Community Park
4th Army Drive is under construction from the Stewart Creek Waste Water Treatment Plant to Timber Ridge Drive. Beginning Monday, a portion of the road has been closed, blocking an entrance to B. F. Phillips Community Park. The park can be accessed from the north entrance off of Timber Ridge Drive. Ruff Range Dog Park, located within the community park, can be accessed from the south off of Lebanon Road.

2. Frisco Station looks to add comprehensive sign package
On Tuesday, Frisco City Council will discuss a request from Frisco Station developers. The request includes adding a comprehensive sign package to the development. The meeting begins at 5 p.m. at 6101 Frisco Square Blvd. Click here to view the agenda.

3. From the web: Frisco ISD scores high in Texas Education Agency's financial accountability ratings
The Texas Education Agency has released the final financial accountability ratings for more than 1,200 school districts and charters across the state, and Frisco ISD has earned a Superior rating for the 2016-17 school year.

TEA’s passing score is 60 percent and FISD scored a 98 percent—receiving a rating of A-Superior. Click here to read the full story.

4. Impacts: The Frisco Bar to relocate in May to Hall Park
The Frisco Bar will move to a new location in May in Hall Park at 6750 Gaylord Parkway, Ste. 120, Frisco. The sports bar opened in 2008 and is currently located on the northwest corner of the intersection of Lebanon Road and Legacy Drive. Read the full Impact here.


Compass has offices across DFW, including in Plano, Southlake, Highland Village and Frisco. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Real estate company Compass acquires LegacyTexas Title

The acquisition will strengthen Compass’ title and escrow portfolio and enable further integration of the company’s brokerage and related services, according to a company release.

Frisco is looking to sell about 15 acres of land south of Dr Pepper Ballpark, which could eventually lead to thousands of square feet of office and entertainment space. (Matt Payne/Community Impact Newspaper)
Land sale near Dr Pepper Ballpark would pave way for office, entertainment project in Frisco

The deal would require construction of a 320,000-square-foot office building, a parking garage with a minimum of 1,200 spaces and an entertainment center.

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K-pop store set to open this fall at Stonebriar Centre in Frisco

Pink Box sells albums, jewelry, and other K-pop merchandise.

La Myrrah is now open at The Shops at Highland Village. (Valerie Wigglesworth/Community Impact Newspaper)
Lingerie shop opens in Highland Village; Crepe Delicious coming to Frisco and more DFW news

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Athletico Physical Therapy is now open in Frisco. (Courtesy Fotolia)
Athletico Physical Therapy opens at Legacy Drive in Frisco

Free 30-minute assessments are offered.

Volunteers with signs.
13th annual NTX Giving Day partners with record 3,300-plus nonprofits

A fundraiser started by Communities Foundation of Texas connects donors with nonprofits in their area.

Examples of standing water favored by mosquitos include bird baths, planter basins, stagnant pools and water troughs. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Frisco confirms 30th pool of West Nile virus-carrying mosquitos

The city will begin spraying affected areas at 9 p.m. on Sept. 17.

In addition to crepes, Crepe Delicious will serve frozen treats like smoothies and gelato. (Courtesy Crepe Delicious)
Crepe Delicious to make Texas debut in Frisco's Stonebriar Centre

The Canadian crepery will serve crepes, coffee and frozen treats.

New fixtures are being installed at the Cannaday Recreation Area near Clark Middle School. The 4-acre park is being redesigned as an athletic training hub. A budget of $500,000 will bring an obstacle course not unlike something from the “American Ninja Warrior” TV show to the neighborhood. (Courtesy city of Frisco)
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DATA: How population changed in Texas counties between census counts in 2010, 2020

Texas added nearly four million people between 2010 and 2020, according to the latest Census data.

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Sweet Treats The Candy Jar set to open first Frisco location

Candy-lovers can head to Stonebriar Centre soon for chocolate, taffy, gummies and more.

The Cadence at Frisco Station opened Sept. 4 at 4160 Gridiron Road, Frisco. (Courtesy Frisco Station)
The Cadence luxury apartment complex opens at Frisco Station

A total of 322 units comprise the five-story luxury apartment community.