The Location

Find us in Frisco.

Frisco ranks among the friendliest and fastest-growing cities in the U.S. This appealing, family-focused location also boasts award-winning schools, parks, trails and easy access to D-FW attractions. With direct entry to the Dallas North Tollway and Sam Rayburn Tollway, Frisco Station is a short, 10-minute drive to North Dallas. Dallas FW Airport, Dallas Love Field, Addison Airport and McKinney Airport are all nearby, making travel for work or pleasure convenient and uncomplicated.

See Our Progress

Boom Town

Since 2000, Frisco has grown more than 250 percent to include more than 159,000 residents today. The city is also home to many large corporations including the Dallas Cowboys, AmerisourceBergen , Bank of America, Careington International and  many more helping Frisco rank as North Texas’ No. 1 city for economic development. Other accolades include a Wallet Hub listing as the nation’s Fastest Growing city in 2016 and inclusion in the list of the nation’s Friendliest cities.

Area Demographics

  • 250% growth since 2000
  • 159,520 population
  • 54,869 households
  • 30 minutes on average spent on daily commute
  • $123,055 median household income
  • $388,981 median home value
  • 59% education level bachelor’s degree or higher

Fast Facts


mid-size city to move to


economic development in North Texas


acres of parks


miles of hike and bike trails


Frisco ISD

4 airports within 25 minutes

DFW, Love Field, Addison, McKinney

Sports attractions

include Frisco Roughriders, FC Dallas, Dallas Maverick’s Development League Team, Dallas Stars Practice Facility, and The Ford Center at the Star, Home of the Dallas Cowboys.

Mecca for corporate headquarters with top employers

JCPenny, Dr Pepper, FedEx, Toyota, Pizza Hut, Oracle

and more nearby.