Scott Ingalls, Zoning & Subdivision Admi
Post Number: 141
|Posted on Friday, April 01, 2005 - 12:18 pm: |
The City of Frisco assigns street addresses based upon a grid system. This system is based on a north/south and east/west grid. Streets that change directions such as Ohio which change from a north/south direction to an east/west direction need to change name as this affects the addressing. The street name change generally ocurs at a street intersection for the public' convenience.
In the situation you ask about, Ohio runs in a northerly direction from S.H. 121 to where it intersects with Hillcrest, approximately 2.5 miles. At that point it stops and does not continue north. At this intersection, the street becomes an east/west street that is named College. You are correct that College only extends another mile to the east. However, the land east of the intersection of College and Coit is undeveloped. Staff anticipates that it will be extended to the east with the possibility of extending all the way to Custer Road.
I hope that this answers your questions but if you would like further information you can email me or call me at 972.335.5580, ext. 157. Thank you.
Zoning & Subdivision Administrator