Governmental Affairs

Advocacy for Business

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Frisco Government Affairs Mission Statement:

To inform, educate, engage and advocate for the Business Community regarding relevant public policy.

2017 Legislative Agenda:

Frisco Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs  and the Chamber Board of Directors have unanimously adopted the 2017 Legislative Agenda. To review the Legislative Agenda, click here to view.

We would like to thank to our Governmental Affairs Senate Sponsors!

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Frisco Chamber of Commerce Board Support

About Frisco Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs

  • Contact:
    Frisco Chamber of Commerce Director of Governmental Affairs: Shona Huffman
  • Objectives:
    Frisco Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs  is committed to inform and educate the businesses of Frisco regarding relevant legislative and regulatory issues. Frisco Governmental Affairs’ fundamental role includes advocating the views of the business community to our elected officials on public policy and legislation on the local, state and federal level that might have an impact on the business community. Governmental Affairs is a dynamic volunteer committee of business leaders who meet monthly to guide the Frisco Chamber in its public policy positions, such as representing the best interests of business through candidate forums, public policy speakers and providing grassroots network support. Frisco Chamber Governmental Affairs further assists and supports Collin County and Denton County Days in Austin.
  • Policy – Issue Review:
    If you or your company/industry have an issue that you would like to submit for consideration and review by the Chamber, please submit the Policy Consideration Form.

Voting Information:

For election and voting information for the city of Frisco, contact the City Secretary’s office.

  • Photo Identification: To vote in the state of Texas, you must present an approved photo identification. Some approved photo ID types are:
    • Texas driver license*
    • Texas personal identification card*
    • Texas concealed handgun license*
    • Texas Election Identification Certificate
    • U.S. passport book or card*
    • U.S. Military identification with photo*
    • U.S. Citizenship Certificate or Certificate of Naturalization with photo

*unexpired or expired no longer than 60 days at the time of voting

  • All voters must be registered to vote at current address 30 days prior to election.

Where to Vote:

Collin County:

Denton County:

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City of Frisco Sign Ordinance

If you are a business in Frisco and want to know what kind of signs you can or can’t put up, or if you want to know all of the rules/regulations regarding all signage concerns, please click HERE.

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