Population Estimates & Projections
The City of Frisco publishes population estimates monthly, based on certificate of occupancy (housing unit completions, ready to occupy), vacancy rates, and persons per household (PPH) calculations. The estimates provided below are for informational purposes only, and are subject to change due to updated information, including updated PPH, provided by the North Central Texas Council of Governments and decennial census data.
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The city is currently utilizing a three-path “range of possibilities” model for population projections for planning purposes, using growth rates of 3%, 5% and 7%.
Frisco’s annual growth rate remained flat, at 5.9%, with a compound annual growth rate for the past five years of 4.6%.
Projects in the pipeline will increase the population to over 170,000 by 2020±. NOTE: The pipeline does not include future phases of current subdivisions that have not yet submitted for preliminary plat approval (i.e. Phillips Creek Ranch, Miramonte, etc.).
The City's updated 2015 Comprehensive Plan estimates a population of 375,000± at build out, based on the land use projections, with a population of 300,0000± by 2030 based on a 5% growth rate.