Frisco is located in Collin and Denton counties. Some 30 miles north of Dallas and about an hour’s drive from the Oklahoma border, this up-and-coming city is quickly becoming worth a visit.
The town was first built as a watering stop for steam locomotives heading through Texas. In 1904, the town’s residents chose the name “Frisco City” in honor of the new St. Louis–San Francisco Railway. Later the name was shortened to Frisco.
The 2020 census puts the population of Frisco at roughly 207,000.
The Frisco Independent School District is comprised of 42 Elementary Schools 17 Middle Schools and 11 High Schools.
Home to two large malls, including an IKEA and a Costco, there is much to keep you in town, though Dallas is just a short drive away for your more serious shopping needs.
It’s just 25 miles from the nearest international airport in Dallas; making vacation planning a breeze.
Frisco is home to The National Video Game Museum.
Frisco gets an average of 39 inches of rain a year, with roughly 230 sunny days a year. The summer high is usually around 96 degrees and the average winter low is just 33 degrees making little chance for winter snow.
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