What is the current population of Frisco?

Based on the latest 2020 data from the US census, the current population of Frisco is 200,490. Frisco, Texas is the 116th largest city in the US.

What was the peak population of Frisco?

The current population of Frisco (200,490) is it's peak population.

How quickly is Frisco growing?

Frisco has grown 468.2% since the 2000. Frisco, Texas is growing extremely quickly; it is growing faster than 100% of similarly sized cities since 2000.

What county is Frisco, Texas in?

Parts of Frisco are located within Collin County and Denton County.

What is the population density of Frisco, Texas?

Frisco has a population density of 1,892.9 people per square mile.

What is the size of Frisco, Texas in square miles?

Frisco has an area of 61.8 square miles.

What is the voting age population of Frisco, Texas?

The total voting age population of Frisco, Texas, meaning US citizens 18 or older, is 105,334. The voting age population is 48.3% male and 51.7% female.

What percentage of Frisco, Texas residents are senior citizens?

According to the latest census statistics, 8.4% of the residents of Frisco are 65 or older.

Population History

Year Population Rank in US
2019 200,490 116
2018 188,170 134
2017 177,286 142
2016 163,656 157
2015 154,407 162
2014 145,035 179
2013 136,791 186
2012 128,176 196
2011 123,341 208
2010 116,989 218
2009 102,413 264
2008 96,410 284
2007 88,574 324
2006 80,414 362
2005 70,736 416
2004 62,264 486
2003 55,219 575
2002 47,904 678
2001 42,015 767
2000 35,282 912
1990 6,517 3,399

Similarly Sized Cities In US

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2019
106 Moreno Valley, California 213,055 48.7%
107 Santa Clarita, California 212,979 36.8%
108 Fayetteville, North Carolina 211,657 6.1%
109 Birmingham, Alabama 209,403 -13.4%
110 Oxnard, California 208,881 21.7%
111 Rochester, New York 205,695 -6.2%
112 Port St. Lucie, Florida 201,846 126.3%
113 Grand Rapids, Michigan 201,013 1.5%
114 Huntsville, Alabama 200,574 25.2%
115 Salt Lake City, Utah 200,567 10.3%
116 Frisco, Texas 200,490 468.2%
117 Yonkers, New York 200,370 2.1%
118 Amarillo, Texas 199,371 14.5%
119 Glendale, California 199,303 2.0%
120 Huntington Beach, California 199,223 4.8%
121 McKinney, Texas 199,177 255.7%
122 Montgomery, Alabama 198,525 -1.5%
123 Augusta-Richmond County, Georgia 197,888 1.4%
124 Aurora, Illinois 197,757 36.8%
125 Akron, Ohio 197,597 -8.8%
126 Little Rock, Arkansas 197,312 7.6%

Similarly Sized Cities In Texas

US Rank Name Population Growth
2000-2019
49 Arlington 398,854 19.1%
59 Corpus Christi 326,586 17.7%
70 Plano 287,677 28.3%
79 Laredo 262,491 46.2%
83 Lubbock 258,862 29.2%
94 Garland 239,928 11.0%
95 Irving 239,798 24.9%
116 Frisco 200,490 468.2%
118 Amarillo 199,371 14.5%
121 McKinney 199,177 255.7%
130 Grand Prairie 194,543 51.8%
141 Brownsville 182,781 27.4%
172 Killeen 151,666 68.2%
174 Pasadena 151,227 6.5%
179 Midland 146,038 53.7%
185 McAllen 143,268 33.8%
188 Denton 141,541 69.2%
193 Mesquite 140,937 12.7%
196 Carrollton 139,248 26.3%
197 Waco 139,236 21.4%
208 Round Rock 133,372 119.8%
225 Abilene 123,420 6.5%
226 Odessa 123,334 36.2%
228 Pearland 122,460 165.8%
234 Richardson 121,323 31.4%
239 Sugar Land 118,488 82.5%
242 College Station 117,911 71.1%
245 Beaumont 116,825 2.9%
280 Lewisville 109,212 39.3%
286 League City 107,536 134.4%
288 Tyler 106,985 26.6%
292 Allen 105,623 134.2%
295 Wichita Falls 104,683 0.5%
308 Edinburg 101,170 106.7%
312 San Angelo 101,004 14.2%

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