Demographics

In Frisco, Texas, one of the fastest-growing cities in Texas and the U.S., the city’s ongoing success has driven the dramatic increase in its modern, diverse population, skyrocketing more than 500 percent in just two decades.

People participate in Christmas In The Square by skating on the skate rink.
People gather on Simpson Plaza for Arts In The Square

This incredible growth stems from an affordable and vibrant lifestyle, a quality public education system, a location within the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, and the availability of job opportunities and earning potential across a diverse field of sectors that assist employers to attract and retain a skilled and talented workforce.  

This growth has had so much impact that a new home developer recently referred to it as the “Frisco Effect.”

City of Frisco Population

206,469
Frisco Population
2021

Frisco's annual growth rate has remained steady at 6.9%, with a compound annual growth rate of 5.4% for the past ten years. Even with coming from a 33,828 population number in 2000 to now more than 200,000, the city also offers plenty of room to grow over the coming years. As of January 2021, the city was considered only 75% developed.

36
Median Age  
Frisco
38.2
Median Age
United States

2030 3-path Model of Population Projection

226k
3% Growth Rate
231k
5% Growth Rate
235k
7% Growth Rate

Age Range

Graphic U.S. Census Bureau, 2018 American Community Survey of Frisco and surrounding cities

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2018 American Community Survey

Ethnicity & Gender

Source: City of Frisco Development Services, 2020

Housing

75,212
Number of Households
  • 54,353- Single Family Units

  • 20,667- Multi-Unit

  • 7.1% Vacancy

  • 65.7% Owner Occupied

  • 24.3% Renter Occupied

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