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Population Estimates

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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Month 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
 Jan 116,060  121,680  125,640 129,860 137,460
 Feb 116,420 121,940 125,880 130,320 138,060
 Mar 116,635 122,180 126,180 131,080 138,520
 Apr 116,989 122,580 126,470 131,720 139,030
 May 117,770 122,840 126,730 132,200 139,510
 June 118,110 123,110 127,040 132,920 140,250
 July 118,580 123,500 127,290 133,530 140,950
 Aug 118,910 123,860 127,520 134,250 141,570
 Sept 119,200 124,240 127,950 134,920 142,220
 Oct 119,530 124,590 128,440 135,340 143,020
 Nov 119,950 124,940 128,970 136,050 143,900
 Dec 120,240 125,270 129,410 136,690 144,640

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Population Projections

 YEAR

3%

5%

7%

 2014

    137,460

2015 141,530 144,250 146,970
2016 145,740 151,400 157,160
2017 150,070 158,900 168,070
2018 154,530 166,770 179,730
2019 159,120 175,040 192,220
2020 163,850 183,720 205,580

Frisco’s annual growth rate ranged between 3.3% to 5.9%, with a compound annual growth rate of 4.8% for the past five years.   

Projects in the pipeline as of January 2014 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.). 

In 2006 the City estimated a population of 280,000± at build out, based on the land use projections in the 2006 Comprehensive Plan. Recent research (including the incorpoaration of 2010 Census data and recent rezonings) show the revised Build-Out population could be in the mid 300,000s. The new Build-Out projections are preliminary only and are expected to change with the update of the Comprehensive Plan.

 

 

City of Frisco, Texas
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6101 Frisco Square Blvd
Frisco, Texas 75034
972-292-5000
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