Engineering Services

Services Provided

Welcome to the City of Frisco Engineering Services Department. Our department provides the following services:
  • Capital Project Delivery - Administration of the city’s bond funded projects related to new roads, drainage, traffic signals, roadway median lighting, water distribution, and wastewater collection
  • Development Review - Construction plan review and field inspection of infrastructure that is built by private development and accepted by the City of Frisco
  • Traffic Operations - Operation and maintenance of the city’s traffic signal system, school and pedestrian zone safety, and special events
We are committed to resident focus and good stewardship of the city’s resources. Our vision is to deliver the highest quality infrastructure and level of service for present and future residents of Frisco. Thank you for visiting our webpage. Please feel free to contact me or any of our staff.


Paul Knippel, P.E.
Director of Engineering Services

​Working for Our Community

Legacy Drive Project Update

City of Frisco Engineering Services conducted a Public Meeting on February 15 about potential improvements to Legacy Drive between Sam Rayburn Tollway (SRT) and Warren Parkway. 
More information is available here.

Update on Roundabouts

The City of Frisco received clearance from the State to bid the roundabout at Warren and Ohio. The city will bid the project in March and construction is anticipated to begin in May.
Read a Memorandum to Mayor and Council.

​Traffic and Mobility White Paper

City of Frisco Traffic Engineering Division prepared a Traffic and Mobility White Paper intended to serve as a reference point for the development of a vision statement and strategic plan for traffic and mobility.

Stonebrook Parkway and Anthem Drive Intersection
The City of Frisco has been engaged with the Frisco Lakes Community regarding this intersection. Read more.

Preston Road Intersection Improvements

The City of Frisco will begin constructing several intersection improvements along the Preston Road corridor, beginning March 5. The project will add turn lanes and will help to relieve congestion and improve mobility at five major intersections.
View a map with more information about the affected intersections.

2018 Public Works and Engineering Strategic Work Plan

2017 Public Works and Engineering Year End Report