Frisco's Fire Safety Town will be the setting of a Spooktacular‚ event tomorrow night, October 23. The third annual Trick-or-Treat happens from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Children, tots through fifth graders, are invited to come in costume and trick or treat‚ through our miniature town, located next door to Frisco Central Fire Station, 8601 Gary Burns Dr. Admission is free.
Parking at the event site is limited. The large field located to the east of Central Fire Station will not be open for parking this year. A free shuttle service is available at the Frisco Athletic Center parking lot, located at 5828 Nancy Jane Ln., just east of the Preston Road and Wade Boulevard intersection. Frisco ISD school buses will be shuttling visitors
back and forth from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Frisco Fire Chief Mack Borchardt encourages those attending to use the free shuttle service as the easiest and safest way to get to Frisco Fire Safety Town. "Due to recent, heavy rains, the fields around Central Fire are too muddy to allow people to park in them," said Chief Borchardt. "We don‚t want vehicles to get stuck in mud, so we‚re placing barricades around this area to prevent parking there. We encourage everyone to use the shuttle service from the Frisco Athletic Center instead."
This year, while you wait in line, refreshments will be available for purchase at Frisco Fire Safety Town.
Bring the whole family for a spooktacular good time!