Today, Frisco is one of the hottest areas in Dallas/Ft Worth, but it didn't start out that way. In 1902 Frisco was a small stop along the Shawnee Trail. Over the next few years, the railroad came through Frisco bringing new opportunities for those who chose to relocate. By 1910, the census reports a population of 332. In the 1950 census the population had seen steady growth recording 736 residents. By 1990, this small cattle town had grown to 6,141. Located just north of Plano, new homeowners started looking towards Frisco to buy more home for the money. By 1997, the population had exploded to 21,400.
As of January 2007, Frisco has grown to 92,100 residents. With large employers close by, award-winning schools, beautiful golf courses to play, tons of unique shopping, minor league baseball, major league soccer, arena football, and junior league hockey, Frisco has everything you need without leaving home.