Welcome to Frisco
Located among the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, Frisco is a bustling sports town known for its top-rated schools. Considered one of the best places to live in Texas, the charming suburb is home to beautiful sprawling homes, professional sports teams, and world-class shopping. There's plenty to do, from hiking one of the many paved trails to exploring the city's art or playing a game of golf. With a population of approximately 180,000 people, there's a strong sense of community coupled with a tight suburban feel that allows you to live a relaxed — yet active — lifestyle.
What to Love
- The abundance of extracurricular activities
- Home to multiple professional sports teams
- Top-rated public schools
- Amazing golf courses and outdoor recreation
People & Lifestyle
The best of both worlds, Frisco, is a lovely mix of urban and suburban living. In this laid-back and sports-centric community, most residents—from retirees to families and young couples—own their homes. From golfing and hiking to a day at the museum or indoor raceway, the community is a relaxed yet active one. This charming city is considered very family-friendly with its top-rated schools. You can learn more about the top-rated schools by visiting the Frisco ISD.
Frisco is known for business with new corporations calling Frisco home each day. One of the fastest-growing communities in Texas, Frisco’s population has grown more than 300 percent since the 2000 U.S. Census. Supported by strong infrastructure, exceptional leadership, and quality commercial developments, Frisco has been recognized by Money Magazine as the #1 Best Place to Live in America. Offering a strong economy through diversification, corporate vitality, and quality of life, Frisco is proud to be known as a city with progress in motion. Frisco Economic Development Corporation.
Things to Do
Frisco has you covered from sports to the arts and everything in between.
Frisco has been dubbed, "Sports City, USA" home of the following sports:The Star is a 91-acre campus of the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters and practice facility. The Star has a unique partnership with the City of Frisco and the Frisco ISD, which allows the fans to connect with the Dallas Cowboys in a way you won't find anywhere else.Another unique sports facility is the Toyota Stadium and Toyota Soccer Center. Toyota Stadium is the home stadium for FC Dallas and hosts the FCS title game, the DXL Frisco Bowl as well a variety of concerts, tournaments, and other events. The National Soccer Hall of Fame (NSHOF) opened in Toyota Stadium's south end in 2018 as part of a more than $55 million renovation to the facility. The NSHOF is a public-private partnership among FC Dallas, the City of Frisco, Frisco Independent School District, and U.S. Soccer Federation.The PGA of America is moving its headquarters from Palm Beach County, Florida, to Frisco, Texas, anchoring a 600-acre, mixed-use development with an initial investment worth more than half a billion dollars. "Our move to Frisco will be transcendent for the PGA of America," said Seth Waugh, CEO, PGA of America. "Everything great starts with a dream. This is the beginning of a bold, new journey as we bring together world-class partners in a world-class location – to deliver innovative and differentiated experiences for our nearly 29,000 PGA Golf Professionals, golfers of all abilities, and our staff."The NHL Dallas Stars. "The Dallas Stars have grown right along with the city of Frisco," said Jason Farris. "When we came to Texas in 1993, people were confused. Hockey in Texas? Since we came to Frisco in 2001 and established ourselves at Dr Pepper Arena (Comerica Center), we've grown — and interest in hockey has grown — by leaps and bounds."The Texas Legends, the Gatorade League affiliate of the NBA Dallas Mavericks, have called Frisco home since the team first formed in 2009. "We pride ourselves on not just being in the community, but instead, truly investing and becoming a part of the community," said Malcolm Farmer.The Frisco RoughRiders, a Class A.A. affiliate of the Texas Rangers. "We've become a year-round fixture in the community," said Greenberg. "We're an entertainment and events company that also happens to play some great minor league baseball."
If you enjoy getting moving outside, you will not be disappointed. There are more than 1,300 acres of city parks divided over 40 sites. Looking for natural trails and paved pathways, you have 90 miles to explore. Find the complete list of outdoor adventures awaiting you, HERE.
Arts | Museums:
Frisco didn't leave out the Arts or Museums. The city has one of the largest collections of outdoor public art in the state of Texas. You can also enjoy live theater, musical performances, and local painters. Interested in the history of Frisco, you'll want to visit the Frisco Heritage Museum Center or the Museum of the American Railroad. You can find more information about the arts HERE or the museums HERE.
Newman Village is a gated residential community, located just off of the Eldorado Parkway and near the Dallas North Tollway. Properties in Newman Village are centered around a community plaza featuring fountains, a community pool, and a recreation center, and the community is known for its manicured tree-lined streets and impeccable landscaping. Newman Village is home to tennis courts, a resort-style pool, walking and biking trails, parks, and play areas, and just a 10-minute drive from downtown Frisco, the community offers easy access to dining, entertainment, and events around the Frisco area.
Starwood is a large, 550-acre gated community dating back to 1996 and consists of luxurious single-family homes that boast modern designs and high-end finishes. Amenities in Starwood are abundant, and its proximity to shopping, dining, and entertainment allows residents to access everything they need close to home. Situated adjacent to the Dallas North Tollway, commuters can get to Downtown Dallas in 30 minutes.
Edgestone at Legacy is a 307-acre community offering homebuyers over 660 upscale single-family homes with distinct architectural styles designed by eight homebuilders. In addition to elegant homes, residents also enjoy luxurious amenities that promote social and active lifestyles. Edgestone at Legacy is conveniently situated just two miles from Downtown Frisco, 20 miles north of Downtown Dallas, and 25 minutes from Dallas Fort Worth Airport and Love Field Airport.
Frisco Lakes is an expansive active adult community situated around the shores of Lake Lewisville, Frisco Lakes is 30 miles north of Dallas. Del Webb began construction in 2006, and upon completion, Frisco Lakes will have 3,000 single-story, plantation-style homes spread across its picturesque landscape. Homeowners also have access to luxurious resort-style amenities as well as a variety of activities and events that help them stay active and social any day of the week.
Phillips Creek Ranch is a new and exciting community settled on beautifully preserved ranch property, the community has over 100 acres of natural landscape, including lakes, creeks, parks, and trails. Homes at Phillips Creek Ranch are uniquely designed and nestled into different neighborhoods, so there's something for every homebuyer. The community is a collaboration by 12 of Texas's most well-known home designers, so each home is suited to individual tastes and aesthetics, ranging from cozy to opulent.