2022 Spring Break

​Safety Walk 'n Ride 

Frisco Fire Safety Town will be open during Frisco ISD Spring Break (March 7-11) for outdoor activities. Visitors will enjoy a walk through our town with educational displays along the way and ride time on a jeep or bike (must meet height requirements - see below). Safety Walk and Ride activities are best suited for elementary aged children. Advance registration will be required.

Registration for Spring Break activities will begin on March 1, 2022. 


PARENTS: please review the following information prior to bringing your child for your outdoor Safety Walk 'n Ride.

  • Use our online registration tool to schedule your visit. 
  • The registration will include providing your DOB and drivers license information -- so we can run it through our background screen system prior to your visit.  
  • Each student riding will need an adult (16+) chaperone with him /her to assist with driving the jeep or bike.
  • We highly recommend you have an additional adult to chaperone any pedestrian children in your group, especially if your driver/rider is young and inexperienced. 
  • Strollers are allowed but our sidewalks are scaled down and limit accessibility in many places. We ask parents with strollers to stay on patio.   
  • Review the information below and our Parking page prior to your visit.
  • We do ask that you bring your own water bottle. 
  • All activities are outdoors.
  • Visitors will enjoy an educational walk through our town with ride time.


  • All jeep drivers must be at least 40" tall;  The maximum height is 57".  
  • All jeep passengers must be at least 2 years old to ride. 
  • All bike riders must be at least 40" tall to ride. 
  • You may NOT bring your own motorized vehicle, push cars, scooters, wagons, tricycles, or bikes. 
  • We provide bicycles that are 20" tall (some with training wheels) that have pedal brakes and 24" tall that have hand brakes. 
  • We provide helmets, but you are welcome to bring your own. Helmets are required in order to ride. Avoid high ponytails, large bows, etc. 
  • Jeep drivers will likely need assistance, at least initially, with steering.  Chaperones are encouraged to plan for this: travel light so you can remain hands-free to assist;  Parents/Chaperones should also wear closed-toe comfortable shoes.
  • Jeep drivers and bike riders should wear PE attire including closed-toe shoes for ride time.


  • If you need to cancel, you may call us at 972-292-6350 option 0.  Or you may email us at SafetyTown@FriscoFire.com.
  • Should you need to reschedule, simply pick a different date and complete the registration again. 
  • Inclement weather may result in us cancelling activities for the day.  We will make a decision no earlier than 9:00 a.m. and  email all registrants for that day should this happen.