Frisco, before it was Frisco, was a wagon train stop which was transporting people to Texas and moving cattle from Austin to Northern States. This Trail was called the Preston Trail which later became Preston Road. Frisco was also home to working farms bordering the then vibrant town of Lebanon. In 1902, Frisco City was formed. And because of Frisco City’s rich agriculture and availability of water; the San Francisco Rail line extended it’s rail lines to Frisco City. Frisco City changed its name to Frisco and was incorporated in 1908.
Frisco’s population has increased incrementally over the years. As Frisco evolved from cotton gins and grain elevators to hosting a minor major venues, having a minor league team, a world class Mall, over the moon dining options, indoor rock climbing, excellent health care facilities, parks and recreation and a fun inviting environment.
Some like to refer to Frisco, Texas as a bedroom community. In truth, it is a healthy mix of family friendly places with a booming business model. This is a city that has consciously emerged as a great town with the heart of the city.
SO WHY MOVE TO FRISCO
Frisco is home to families who value an excellent educational system. The city offers a smaller city feel but Frisco wallops a punch with a minor league baseball team (Frisco Roughriders) that actually feeds into the Ranger’s line up. The stadium is amazing, easy to reach, easy to park and very laid back. Just a great time.
Frisco is 25 minutes from two major airports. Frisco offers easy access to the Metroplex as well as Ft. Worth provides even more to do and see. Make memories in Frisco! Then there are the many opportunities to shop --- Stonebriar Mall has an ice skate rink, food courts, movie theaters, a merry go round, major department stores along with a huge sprinkling of wonderfully varied shops that cater to every whim. But to just add a little more pizazz to what Frisco offers, consider this. One of the main roads in Frisco is Preston Road which was dubbed the Golden Corridor for a very good reason. This long stretch of road provides a dense concentration of excellent restaurants, shops and businesses.
In short, Frisco is a great place to live, play and grow! There is much to choose from. You can go indoor rock climbing or just hang out in the many parks and recreational areas. And the best part, the city of Frisco is vested in rivaling neighbor Plano, Allen, McKinney in providing every citizens or visitor a great experience. Frisco is a family friendly community but it also has world class restaurants and entertainment. And if that isn’t enough, they continue to strive to meet the needs of its constituents as well as visitors.
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