Climate, convenience, a “small town” character, and accessibility to downtown Dallas are only a few of the qualities that make Frisco such a desirable location.
Frisco ISD continues to be the fastest growing school district in the state of Texas. During the past six years, FISD has grown by 20-30 percent annually in student population. Within the 72 square miles of the city’s district, FISD serves residents of Collin and Denton Counties including residents of Frisco, and some portions of Plano, Little Elm and McKinney. For more information on visiting Frisco, please visit the Frisco Convention and Visitor Bureauwebsite.
Frisco is one of the fastest growing cities in the North Texas Region as determined by the North Texas Council of Governments. With a 2000 census of 33,714, Frisco has grown 449 percent since the 1990 census population figure of 6,138. By November 2005, our population soared to 81,229 residents, and as of February 1st, 2013 130,020 people call Frisco home.
The intersection of Preston Road and State Highway 121 is the southern gateway to Frisco, Texas. Both DFW International and Love Field Airports are within a 30-minute drive. The Dallas North Tollway serves as a main traffic artery from Frisco to Downtown Dallas.
While location enhances the value of Frisco as a residential and commercial site, the warm climate also makes an attractive contribution. Abundant sunshine can be enjoyed more than 234 days annually. Although 66 degrees is the year-round average temperature, there are over three months of highs over 90 degrees. The area averages about 79 rainy days and 39 freezing days each year. July and August are the warmest months with January the coolest.
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