Frisco Pedestrian Promenade

Jun 12-Jul 12, 2020


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Join us for this historic moment as Frisco transforms three blocks of Main Street from 2nd Avenue to 5th Avenue into a pedestrian and bike only zone with open air dining and shopping. There will be more twinkling lights overhead and more chances to shop and dine with a great view!

Why a Pedestrian Promenade?

The Promenade grew out of a desire from local businesses to spread onto Main Street so they could have more square footage and respect public health orders and the wellbeing of residents and visitors.

Who will be able to use the Promenade?

Pedestrians, bikers, skateboarders, happy leashed dogs… anyone who wants to enjoy Frisco‚Äôs charming Main Street and support local businesses.

Where will the Promenade be?

It will be on the three blocks of Frisco Main Street from 2nd Avenue to 5th Avenue with all of the numbered avenues (cross streets) remaining open to vehicles and parking.

How long will this go?

The Promenade opens on Friday, June 12, but there is no end date for the Promenade, as it will be continually assessed and will remain open only as long as it is needed.

What are the hours?

Businesses will be able to use the Promenade from their regular opening time until 11:00pm each evening, and music may be played until 10:00pm.

Where can I park my car?

The best way to access the Pedestrian Promenade is by walking, biking or taking the Summit Stage. The Summit Stage is temporarily moving their bus stops to 7th & Granite Street and Madison & Main Street from their usual stops on Main Street and Granite Street.

Also, avenues, the Granite/3rd Lot, the Marina/Summit Lot, and parking on Main Street outside of
the three blocks of pedestrian/bike only areas will be open for parking.

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