About Frisco, Texas
Frisco is a city located in Collin and Denton counties and is included in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. As one of the fastest-developing cities in the county, Frisco is home to over 207,748 residents as of 2020. The City has been designated as a Tree City USA by the National Arboy Day Foundation in 2003. It is also home to Frisco Independent School District which is a famous local school district thanks to the students’ excellent performances. Frisco offers a lot of amenities, park land that covers about 1,600 acres, 90 miles of hiking and biking trails, shopping centers, excellent restaurants, and historic museums. Thanks to its vibrant and friendly community, Frisco was ranked 1st as the “50 Best Places to Live in America” by Money Magazine in 2018.
Frisco’s economy is highly driven through retail. Several retail firms are located in the City like Stonebriar Centre, The Start (headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys), Preston Road (one of the primary north-south traffic arteries in Frisco), IKEA (a 165-store regional mall), and many more. Additionally, the City was placed as the top 1 in job growth among the country’s mid-sized cities by WalletHub in 2019.
The City of Frisco houses numerous sports venues which are mainly the headquarters of several major sports teams. It houses a 10,316-seat baseball stadium, Riders Field which was entitled as the best new ballpark in 2003 by BaseballParks.com and achieved the Texas Construction award for Best Architectural Design in the same year. Toyota Stadium, also known as the “Pizza Hut Park”, is also located in the City. It is a 20,500-seat stadium used as a soccer stadium by FC Dallas. Concerts as well as local high school and college football games are also regularly hosted there. Being home to a number of major sporting venues, Frisco was named as the “Best Place to Raise an Athlete” by Men’s Journal in April 2011.