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Census 2010 


 City of Frisco

Collin County 

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•  Click here for Minority Population charts

•  Click here for additional Census data, including reporting by Census Tract 

Note: Census Data will be released on a rolling schedule that will continue for the next few years.  Data will be posted here as it becomes available.


For current demographic information, click here.


About the Census

What: The census is a count of everyone living in the United States.

Who: All U.S. residents must be counted – both citizens and non citizens.

Why: The United States Constitution (Article 1. Section 2. Clause 3) requires a national census once every 10 years to count our population and to determine the number of seats each state will have in the U.S. House of Representatives and the Electoral College. Census data determines boundaries for state and local legislative and congressional districts as well.

It’s important. Information from the census helps determine locations for child care and senior centers, new roads, hospitals, schools and community centers. Census data affect how more than $400 billion in federal funding is distributed to state and local governments, including Frisco. 

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