The city is finalizing the designs for a new northwest Frisco park.

Frisco Planning and Zoning Commission members unanimously approved a site plan for the 11.5-acre Davis Park and Trails during a Sept. 12 meeting.

Two-minute impact

Site plan details for the park, which is located on the east side of Research Road and north of Eldorado Parkway, include:
  • A basketball court
  • A play area
  • A winding concrete path
  • A dog wash station
  • Connections to Frisco’s hike and bike trails on the east and west sides of the park
  • Two dog park areas, one for small dogs and one for larger dogs
  • Two large circular shade structures
Get involved

Davis Park is also one of two city parks up for a name change.

Residents can submit their new name suggestions here for consideration by the Frisco Park and Trail Naming Committee. Applications will close Sept. 22.

Other ways to provide input include:
  • Emailing supporting documents, such as letters of support, articles and commendations, to [email protected]
  • Mailing letters with supporting documents to the Play Frisco Park Naming Committee, 6726 Walnut St., Frisco, TX 75034
More information about the name changing process, including the city’s naming policy, can be found here.

Keep in mind

The design phase for Davis Park and Trails is expected to finish in early 2024 with construction finishing in 2025, according to the city’s capital improvement projects dashboard.

Both the park’s site plan and name change require approval from Frisco City Council.