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In 2018,Frisco topped MONEY Magazine’s prestigious list of the “50 Best Places to Live in America”. In its analysis, MONEY noted Frisco’s “outstanding public schools” and public-private partnerships, “arrangements that bring high-level sports, art and technology to the Texas town”. Not only does it have excellent schools, but it also has lots of family-friendly activities. It is a fast developing area, and there are numerous large corporations moving in and around this neighborhood. This city has some of the lowest crime rates in the state, ranking fourth in violent crime and ninth in property crime. Another plus is that Frisco is also relatively young. About 35% of the population is 19or younger, meaning plenty of chances for kids to make friends. Frisco, Texas, offers fun for the whole family in a safe, affordable and unique setting. Located just 25 minutes north of downtown Dallas, Frisco is a convenient 20drive minute from both Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and Dallas Love Field Airport. As your Frisco area specialist, I would love to help you purchase the perfect home to fit your lifestyle!
  • Population: 224,566 (5.66% growth)
  • Median Age: 37.1
  • Median Household Income: $ 153,704
  • Median Property Value: $395,900
  • Poverty Rate: 3.64%
  • Employment: 72% Labor force participation
Frisco Independent School District is one of the fastest growing school districts in the state and nation because so many families are choosing to plant roots in the area. Frisco Independent School District’s mission is to know every student by name and need. We look at education in a different way… through the eyes of children. Education is a shared responsibility of students, school, home and community. Pride. Tradition. Excellence. Learn more about the district and schools here.
The thriving city of Frisco, Texas, offers a healthy serving of big-city fun, interesting museums, and unique experiences. Watch top-level professional soccer at an FC Dallas match, tour the home of the Dallas Cowboys at The Star, and experience a bygone era of transportation at the Museum of the American Railroad.
  • The Star
  • FC Dallas
  • Frisco Heritage Museum
  • Frisco RoughRiders
  • KidZania
  • Museum of the American Railroad & TrainTopia
  • Texas Sculpture Garden
No matter if you’re in the mood for BBQ, sushi, pizza or apple pie, Frisco’s culinary scene offers a variety of options for even the pickiest of eaters.
  • Kenny’s Burger Joint
  • Hutchins BBQ
  • The Heritage Table
  • 5th Street Patio Cafe
  • Dee Lincoln Prime
  • Unrefined Bakery
  • LaHacienda Ranch
Between hiking trails, biking trails and parks located throughout the city, there is no shortage of ways to explore the great outdoors in Frisco. A diverse collection of park facilities and amenities await.
  • Central Park
  • Harold Bacchus Community Park
  • Frisco Athletic Center
  • BF. Phillips Community Park
  • Frisco Commons Park
  • The ‘Ruff Range’ Dog Park

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