Sadaf Haq on the Issues Facing Frisco

Having become actively involved in the community immediately upon moving to Frisco in 2015, Sadaf has had the opportunity to see many aspects of our city from the inside out, and from the top to bottom.

When you add this hands-on experience to Sadaf's leadership values of integrity, inclusion, service, collaboration, and vision... her policy priorities of community health, preserving partnerships, strong public safety, sustainable economic growth, fiscal responsibility, small government + local control, and city services that provide high value for all residents...

the result is a leader prepared to help Frisco's next decade be more successful than its last. 

Explore this page to learn more, or reach out to inquire about a specific policy concern!


In addition to the many videos and public statements Sadaf has made about her positions, she wants Frisco residents to know where her focus lies for the challenging year that is ahead of us, as our community recovers from the impacts of COVID-19.  She has begun to share these in a platform called "Forward to 2021", which are rolling out over the next few days as the various forums and debates draw nearer.

FORWARD TO 2021: A Collaborative Initiative for Pandemic Recovery

Sadaf has met with hundreds of residents since beginning this journey, and there is one common refrain of concern in Frisco: how can we, as individuals and as a community, come back from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on our economy, our physical and mental health, and our way of life?

It is an audacious goal -- and yet, Sadaf envisions a path to a multi-jurisdictional effort which creates faster positive results, lower costs, fewer resources needed, and which boosts community morale and partnerships.

Listen to Sadaf walk us through the initiative here, or zoom into the "Quick Take" diagram of the concept, below.