Design for several street reconstruction projects involving Main Street, Elm Street and Fourth Street could begin next summer, Paul Knippel, director of public works and engineering services, said in a video presentation at a Frisco town hall meeting.
At the June 3 town hall, Knippel said the project "bundle" could begin in late 2020 or early 2021. The bundle involves the reconstruction of Main and Elm streets as well as the construction of a plaza on Fourth Street. Fourth Street will permanently close between Main and Elm streets as construction begins.
In addition, Knippel said sidewalk widening, on-street parking, additional lighting, landscaping and a roundabout at the intersection of Frisco Square Boulevard and Second Street are included in the project.
He said the combination of several projects in one will "maximize the efficiency" in parking, business and residence access and traffic.
Knippel said the project is estimated to cost $13-$14 million.