Despite Stage 3 water restrictions, one of three city spray parks is now open thanks to repairs to the water well at Frisco Commons Park.

The well allows the spray park to operate without using the city's potable water supply.

The other two city spray parks, at J.R. Newman Park and Shepherd's Glen Park, will not open because they don't have water wells, Rick Weiland, Parks and Recreation Department director, said in an earlier story.

Frisco Commons, Harold Bacchus and Warren Sports Complex also have wells in place.

"We try to conserve as much potable water as we can so the citizens can use it," Weiland said.

The city modified its Stage 3 watering restrictions June 29, requiring residents to water their lawns once every two weeks instead of once a week.

The North Texas Municipal Water District asked its member cities, including Frisco, to reduce water usage in order to extend available water supplies through the summer.

The spray park at Frisco Commons Park, 8000 McKinney Road, is open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily through Labor Day weekend. For more information, visit