: A convenient one-sheet report showing basic population, housing, and economic statistics for Frisco.
|Category||Unit of Measurement|
|Current population estimate*||176,136|
|School age population||44,895|
|Median household income||$124,829|
|Median Family Income
|Per Capita Income||$52,718
|High school diploma||97.0%|
|Labor force participation||70.9%|
* Population estimate is current as of May 1, 2018.
The City area is currently 68.8 square miles with 1.5 square miles of Extra Territorial Jurisdiction (ETJ).
Census data from the American Community Survey - 2016 1-year estimates and city population estimates.
The City publishes population estimates monthly, based on certificate of occupancy, vacancy rate, and persons per household (PPH) calculations. These estimates are for informational purposes only and are subject to change due to updated information, such as updated PPH calculations.These PPH calculations are provided by the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) and the U.S. Census.
The City is currently utilizing a three-path "range of possibilities" model for population projections, using growth rates of 3%, 5%, and 7%. The table below shows that Frisco's annual growth rate has remained steady at 5.9%, with a compound annual growth rate of 4.6% for the past five years. Based on land use estimates, the City's updated 2015 Comprehensive Plan projects a population of ±362,500 at build out. As of January 2018, the city is 66% built or platted.
Frisco Census History