Changes are coming to Frisco with a dog park under construction, a council member running for mayor and a new substation possibly coming to the city. Here are four things to know this week in Frisco.

Early voting continues through Friday

Early voting for the Nov. 8 General Election ends this Friday. Polls will be open 7 a.m.-7 p.m. this week. Click here for a list of polling locations.

Ruff Range dog park reopens

Ruff Range dog park's large dog area reopens Monday after being closed for about two weeks. The area was closed while the park goes through construction to expand and add a second large dog area. For more information, visit

Frisco City Council to discuss vacancy in Place 1 seat

Frisco City Council will discuss what process to follow to fill the Place 1 Council seat. Council member Bob Allen will be vacating the seat after he announced his run for Frisco mayor Oct. 27. Allen's term does not end until May 2018. According to the city charter, an elected official vacates his or her seat when the official files an application to have his or her name placed on a ballot for an elective office other than the one he or she currently holds. A vacancy on City Council will be filled by a special election that will be held 120 days after the vacancy occurs.

Oncor to hold public meeting regarding proposed substation

Oncor will hold a public meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday at Reedy High School, 3003 Stonebrook Parkway, regarding a proposed substation at 4th Army Drive and Lebanon Road. Oncor will present information and answer questions regarding the proposed substation. Frisco City Council is expected to vote on the proposed substation at the Dec. 6 Council meeting. Click here to learn more about the proposed substation.