Frisco Information



Age Statistics
Median resident age: 33.4 years

Frisco Chamber of Commerce
300 Main Street
PO Box 2743
Frisco, CO 80443
(970) 668-5547

Frisco Economic Development Advisory Committee (EDAC)


Frisco's downtown area has all the features of mountain town: great restaurants, shops, bakeries and coffee houses. The Ten Mile Recreational Trail crosses Main Street and Summit Boulevard at several points. The Town of Frisco maintains and operates a public parks system that provides great places to play for kids and adults alike. On one end of Main Street, 8 historic buildings make up the Frisco Historic Park.In terms of commercial and residential growth, Frisco is unmatched by any community its size in Colorado.

9,100 feet

Tours on horseback through Summit County and the Vail Valley range from one hour trail rides to cowboy breakfast rides, dinner rides and all-day excursions to several day pack trips. Specialty trips include cowboy breakfast rides, dinner rides and privately arranged outings. Pony rides for kids are also available at some stables. One can saddle up for a ride through wildflower meadows, quiet forests and gurgling streams. A number of stables throughout the area offer guided trips on gentle horses.


Mayor and Town Council

Frisco was founded in 1873 and officially chartered in 1879. The mining boom lasted until 1918 and the town reached a population of 250. By 1930 during the Depression, the population had dropped to just 18 people, yet it was one of the few old mining towns still in existence. Skiing revived Frisco beginning in 1946. With the opening of Arapahoe Basin in 1946, skiing became the economic engine of Summit County. Breckenridge followed in 1961, Keystone in 1970, and Copper Mountain in 1972.

Vail Valley Medical Center (30 miles; Vail, CO)
St. Vincent General Hospital District (36 miles; Leadville, CO)
Kremmling Memorial Hospital District (50 miles; Kremmling, CO)

Safety and Law Enforcement
Frisco Police Dept
(970) 668-3579
1 W Main St
Frisco, CO 80443

Drivers license bureaus and contact info
Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles
M-F, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Summit County Commons Building, 0037 Summit County Rd. 1005, 80443
(970) 668-5015

Main Post Office
35 W Main St.

Major Employers
Keystone Ski Resort
Breckenridge Ski Resort
Arapahoe Basin Ski Resort

Summit Daily News

Library Facilities
Summit County Libraries
Main Library
County Commons Building
0037 County Road 1005


Physical location from / orientation to from Denver 
Frisco is 79 miles west of Denver.

Places of Interest
Frisco Historic Park including:

  • Frisco Schoolhouse Museum
  • The Bailey House
  • The Trapper's Cabin
  • The Niemoth Cabin
  • The Ruth House
  • The Prestrud-Staley House
  • The Historic Jail
  • Bill's Ranch House
  • The Log Chapel
  • The Wood's Cabin

2,697 year round; 4,209 second homeowners
Combined approx. 6,906 people

Peninsula Recreation Area with
Disc Golf, Skate Park and Ball fields; and extensive trails system
Pioneer Park with Tennis Courts
Frisco Bay Marina
Ski Resorts including Keystone, Breckenridge and Copper Mountain

Recreation Center
The Breckenridge Recreation Center
880 Airport Road on the north end of Breckenridge

Sales Tax
7.65 %

Shopping Centers
Outlets at Silverthorne


3 Sq. Miles

Schools/ Education Stats
Frisco is in the Summit County School System. It has 1 public elementary school; 1 public middle school; and 1 public high school.

Mean travel time to work: 15.7 minutes
Public transportation in Summit County is provided for free by the Summit Stage. Bus service is available to most ski areas, shopping centers, medical centers, and some residential areas in Summit County.

Utility Companies and contact info
Western Slope Utilities
68 Continental CT
Breckenridge, CO 80424
(303) 534-3726

Town of Frisco Water

Information Sources
Town of Frisco
Summit County Government



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