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Population Estimate
174,400 (As of April 1, 2018)

Located in heart of the Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) metropolitan area (6.8 million population) and in Denton and Collin Counties, Central Time Zone less than 25 miles from DFW International Airport, Dallas Love Field and downtown Dallas

Bordered by three major North Texas roadways, SH 121/Sam Rayburn Tollway, Dallas North Tollway, US 380 with quick access to SH 161 / George H. W. Bush Turnpike, I-35 E, US 75. The BNSF railline also runs through Frisco.

Premier business parks including Hall Park and Duke Bridges
Mixed use development Frisco Square
The North Platinum Corridor (with three mixed-use developments either announced or under construction)
Historic Downtown
Premier Sporting Venues

Low property tax, no state income tax, non-union state
Office development: 4,179,000 SF
Retail rentable area: 8,137,000 SF

Educated workforce – 60% of our population, 25 years or older, have a Bachelors degree or higher level of education.

Targeted Industries include: Advanced Technology, Corporate Headquarters, Professional & Informational systems and Sports, Digital Media & Video Gaming. 

Quality of Life

  • Frisco has over 1,369-acres of developed park land in 48 park sites including the largest skate park in North Texas.
  • The city has 56 miles of Hike & Bike trails.
  • Frisco is the headquarters for six professional sports teams and four pro-sports venues: Dr Pepper Ballpark, Dr Pepper Arena, Toyota Stadium and The Ford Center at The Star in Frisco.
  • Home to the Texas Sculpture Garden, the largest private collection of contemporary outdoor sculpture in the country with works of art (all owned by Craig Hall in Hall Park) by James Surls, Frances Bagley and Isaac Smith.
  • Frisco is home to three golf courses.
  • Home to the Frisco Discovery Center, National Videogame Museum, Museum of the American Railroad and Sci-Tech Discovery Center.


Frisco At A Glance         Census Info