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. The population of Frisco as of February 1st, 2013 is 130,020.
North Central Texas 2030 Demographic Forecast
This publication details the methodology to create household, population and employment data projected in 5-year intervals through 2030 for cities and counties in North Central Texas. Forecasts were created at the traffic survey zone (TSZ) level for use in technical planning studies. Results in this summary are provided at the city and county level. The forecast was developed using a federally recognized land-use model that allocated households and employment to 10 counties in North Central Texas: Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Johnson, Kaufman, Parker, Rockwall, Tarrant, and Wise.
Extensive review by the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) staff ensued each 5-year forecast. Local municipalities worked with staff to ensure that local government land use and comprehensive plans were included in the forecast. A task force of local officials from city, county, and transportation entities acted as a governing body for the process and endorsed the forecast for approval by the NCTCOG Executive Board.
Collin County Tax information website: www.collincad.org
Denton County Tax information website: www.dentoncad.com
Data on General (Age, Race, Household), Social, Economic and Housing Characteristics of Frisco is available at the U.S. Census Bureau website at www.census.gov.
Click here for the Census 2010 Demographic Profile for Frisco.
Population, housing and employment estimates and development monitoring for the City of Frisco are available at the North Central Texas Council of Governments website at www.nctcog.org.
Here is the link to the sales tax permit look-up page:
Primarily used to see if a business’ sales tax permit is still active in Frisco (good indicator is if they’re still in business here or not!). Please note that not all businesses require this permit.
Click here for the Frisco Demographics page maintained by NCTCOG.