Frisco, Texas, has topped 200,000 in population, according to Census data from the 2018 American Community Survey 1-year estimates and City population estimates. …
Did you know? The median age in Frisco, Texas, is now 37.7 years.
Forty-point-one (40.1%) percent have earned a bachelor’s degree. Twenty-seven (27%) percent have a graduate degree. Ninety-seven percent have graduated high school.
Frisco has almost 70,000 households. The per capita income in Frisco TX is estimated to be $53,295. Frisco has 72,590 housing units. For the 69,340 households in Frisco, the median family income is estimated at $151,675. Median household income is about $131,989.
Frisco TX population is 200,485 – estimated in August 2020. Of the more than 200 thousand living in Frisco, 47,603 are school age.
Frisco TX could reach 300,000 in population by 2030 if Frisco continues to grow by five percent. Back in 2009, Frisco’s population was 108,387. By 2015, Frisco had reached population of 145,430 north of Dallas – Fort Worth.
Contact your local Realtor if you are ready to move to Frisco Texas or the surrounding cities in Collin County, Texas.
Learn more about Frisco https://www.friscotexas.gov/1454/Population
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