Plano, Texas, located 19 miles north of downtown Dallas, is the fourth largest city in the Dallas-Fort Worth region with over 266,000 residents. Plano is home to many leading global corporations. A Plano location provides companies with workforce talent, a competitive business climate, world-class business parks and superior accessibility. Excellent public and private schools, low crime and affordable homes, provide a great environment to raise a family. The average home price in Plano is $355,000 according to Realtor.com.
Hungry? Grab a quick nosh or enjoy a leisurely meal in one of 700 Plano restaurants. From fine dining at Bob’s Steak & Chop House or Jasper’s to the quintessential Tex-Mex cuisine at The Rusty Taco, you’ll find it all in Plano. Stroll through historic downtown. Catch a concert. Explore a plethora of museums and parks. Go antiquing or shop boutiques, outlet malls or major indoor malls. Plano is also home to the Southfork Ranch from the hit TV show “Dallas”.
A key motivation for families, businesses and employees relocating to Plano is the excellence in education that has been the hallmark of the Plano school district for more than 100 years. Plano ISD’s 72 schools and special programs feature award-winning architecture, state-of-the-art technology, and well-maintained grounds. The Plano school system is structured in five educational phases: elementary schools – early childhood (prek/PPCD), elementary (grades K-5); secondary schools – middle (grades 6-8), high (grades 9 & 10) and senior high (grades 11 & 12). The Academy Programs of Plano serve students in grades 9-12.