Frisco Moving Company | Frisco Texas Movers
Mighty Movers are here to help.
No job is too big or small for our Frisco movers. Mighty Movers can meet all of your moving needs, whether you’re moving locally or long-distance, whether you’re a business or a family. We know that moving can be a trying time for anyone, but we the experience and expertise to make your move as smooth as possible, no matter what your needs are. With our “might” behind your moving plans, you’ll be in your new home or office before you know it. We are a Frisco moving company that services several North Dallas cities.
We’re proud to serve the Frisco community, a ”city with the heart of a town” that welcomes you with cultural, business and recreational opportunities in safe, family oriented neighborhoods, business parks and retail centers. The city leaders have adopted an aggressive and progressive attitude to development. Frisco received the “Comprehensive Plan of the Year” award from the Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association for its “Millennium Plan.” In other words, Frisco’s guide to future growth over the next 20 years is recognized as one of the best in the state.
Sports fan? Frisco is the place for you. This city hosts The Rough Riders, a minor league baseball team; The Dallas Burn, a major league soccer team and is home to Dallas Stars’ hockey training facility. “If you build it, they will come,” and families have done just that. Frisco is a family-friendly location, and the school system is proof. Thinking about moving your family to Frisco? Smart choice. Another smart choice would be hiring a team of amazing Southlake movers (psst, that’s us!).
Most of Frisco is served by the Frisco Independent School System; although, there are some sections that feed into Lewisville, Little Elm and Prosper districts. The growth rate is so rapid in this community that 2 new high schools were added for the 2006-2007 school year. The retail landscape is also fairly new but no less robust. The largest mall in North Texas, Stonebriar Centre, calls Frisco home. It spans 1.7 million square feet and is anchored by Nordstrom, Macy’s and Sears.
The Mighty Movers staff is clean-cut, friendly, and helpful, and we want you to be comfortable with us as you move. Take a look at our movers right here. We will quote you customized prices depending on your individual needs and preferences. We have a variety of modern equipment options to fit any move type, and a fleet of trucks available to accommodate your move – big or small. As an Frisco moving company, we’d love to share our area knowledge with you – from storage options, rental recommendations, or just general information about the area, – we are committed to service your move from beginning to end. When we’re finished, be sure to rate our movers because we know you’ll have great things to say!
We look forward to hearing about your needs! Be sure to request a free moving quote right here!
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What’s happening in Frisco?
Read below to find out about what’s going on in Frisco today!
- Exide says former Frisco plant site arsenic-compliant
An Exide Technologies lead-acid battery recycling plant in Vernon, Calif., recently closed because of safety concerns, and arsenic levels were one of the reasons cited. According to Exide, however, the site of its former Frisco plant meets environmental guidelines.
- Vehicle burglaries still a problem in Frisco
Vehicle burglaries are still a major problem in Frisco, Police Chief John Bruce said at his monthly report in front of the City Council on Tuesday.
- Frisco moves to Stage 3 water restrictions
Frisco will move to Stage 3 water restrictions at the request of the North Texas Municipal Water District, effective June 1.
- Largest master-planned community in Frisco prepares for rapid growth
At 957 acres, Phillips Creek Ranch boasts the title of largest master-planned community in Frisco, and development is just getting started.
- Saturday road closures set for Frisco Square
Many of the streets within the Frisco Square area will be closed 6-10 a.m. Saturday for the Prosperity Place Run & Family Festival.
- Design of Rick Reedy High School nearly complete
The Frisco Independent School District board of trustees received an updated view of Rick Reedy High School at its regular meeting Monday as the design nears completion.
- Frisco Family Services meeting scheduled for May 23
Frisco Family Services is hosting its annual meeting on Thursday, May 23, at the Senior Center at Frisco Square, 6670 Moore St.
- Frisco ISD releases proposed 2013-2014 budget: No change planned from current tax rate
Frisco Independent School District unveiled its proposed budget for the upcoming school year at a regular board of trustees meeting Monday -- a budget that includes the same tax rate as the current year.
- Frisco student with rare condition gets Alaskan cruise dream granted by Make-A-Wish
Pioneer Heritage Middle School student Austin Rice was greeted by cheers of "surprise!" from his classmates Tuesday not because it was his birthday, but because his wish was being granted -- literally.
- Keating re-elected, bond sale for Fire Station No. 8 approved
Frisco City Council Member John Keating retained his Place 4 seat, and voters approved the issuance of $8 million worth of bonds for Fire Station No. 8 in the city's municipal elections on Saturday.
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