It's a Railroad Thing
A Great Mix of Homes
The first thing you might notice about Frisco Ridge is the names of the streets--they are all related to the railroad: Branch Line Rd., Hobo St., Derail St., Switch Rd., Flagman St., Tinder St, Grainer St., Signalman Rd., Caboose St., Sidetrack St. and more.
And if you listen at night, you can hear the train whistle as it travels through Yukon.
Yukon and Banner Schools
Children who live in Frisco Ridge will attend Banner School from grades K-8. Families who live here appreciate the smaller-school atmosphere and personal attention their children receive.
Students in grades 9-12 attend the highly-rated Yukon High School--a state-of-the-art school with a strong leadership program, sports, drama, music and many other activities. (Parents also have the option of El Reno High School and Bethany High School.)
More info about Banner Schools and Yukon High School.
Houses here are well kept, with most ranging in price from about $240,000-$425,000. There are a variety of home sizes--from over 4,000 sq ft to homes in the 2,300 sq ft range in Phase III. You will find one- and two-story brick homes, with two- and three-car garages. Storage buildings are allowed if they are bricked to match the home.
Because of the mix of homes, Frisco Ridge attracts all ages-- from young families with children, families with older kids and retirees looking for quality of life.
A Beautiful Neighborhood Takes All of Us
To protect your home value and that of your neighbors, all yards are mowed and maintained, which helps keeps pests, rodents and snakes away. Shrubs must be planted in the front of each home (our builders usually take care of that) and at least one tree is required (two if you live on a corner lot). If you need help selecting the right plants and shrubs, members of our Park, Landscaping and Commons Committee are happy to share their knowledge of plants that do well on our area.
Check our covenants for more rules on how we protect the investment you make in your home.