2022 Summer Break

​Safety Walk 'n Ride 

Frisco Fire Safety Town will be open for outdoor activities this summer from June 20 - July 15. (Closed on weekends and July 4.)  Visitors will enjoy a walk through our town with some safety education built in along the way, plus, 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 is required.

If you have a pre-school-aged child we recommend you schedule a Firefighter Guided Tour.

Registration for Summer Programs will be begin June 1. 


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. 
  • We screen all adult visitors at entry.  The registration form will include providing the name and DOB for each adult attending so we can have your badge ready when you arrive.
  • 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.


  • Jeeps are sized for children ages 5-7 years old. 
  • All jeep drivers must be at least 40" tall; The maximum height is 50"  
  • 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 a.m. and  email all registrants for that day should this happen.  
Please note our safety house will be closed for remodeling summer 2022.