What started as a small, quiet farming community. Plano has transformed into a city known across the country for our smart people, amazing quality of life, and the strong job market. Plano is home to roughly 284,579 residents, several Fortune 1000 companies, and more than 10,000 businesses. As the ninth-largest city in Texas and the fourth largest in the Dallas Fort Worth region, Plano is positioned to serve the growing needs of its residents and businesses.
Plano’s greatest attribute is our people and our diversity. Our Plano residents are highly educated, young, and ethnically diverse. Nearly 47 percent are non-Caucasian and more than 90 languages are spoken in our schools. With over 4,000 acres of open spaces to enjoy, 167 miles of bike trails, and 94 miles of walking trails, Plano truly is a city to live, work, and play. View the Community Vital Signs to learn more about this rapidly-growing city.
The City of Plano is an excellent place for businesses to flourish and thrive. The proof is in the numerous corporations with headquarters in Plano, including JCPenney, Alliance Data Systems, Rent-a-Center, Cinemark Holdings, Keurig Dr. Pepper, Frito-Lay, FedEx Office, Toyota North America, and many, many others. Plano’s leading industries include trade, business, education, manufacturing, and more. Plano’s Economic Vital Signs point to a successful future.
The Plano Independent School District (PISD) has long played a vital role in Plano’s economic success. Its reputation for excellence continues to lure professional families and, in turn, companies to Plano. With an enrollment of 52,629 students, PISD boasts one of the highest performances on college entrance exams in the nation.
Information courtesy of the Plano Chamber of Commerce.
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