Collin County

McKinney, TX: What you need to know

Ranked among the Best Places to Live in America, McKinney is a city that has grown steadily since the 2000 U.S. census. Two major U.S. highways run through the community and allow McKinney to attract distribution companies, and another good economic sector is manufacturing with Raytheon serving as the city's largest employer (3,600 employees). Residents have access to Collin College and two top hospitals.


McKinney, TX City Profile

Quick Facts

Population 150,064
Median Age 34
Median Household Income $81,459
Median Home Price $205,400

McKinney, TX Demographics

Median Population in McKinney, TX

Median Age 34.1%
Age 18 Over 69.6%
Age 21 Over 66.3%
Age 62 Over 10.9%
Age 65 Over 8.5%

Race in McKinney, TX

  Ethnicity White 79.1%
  Ethnicity Black 11.4%
  Ethnicity Asian 4.9%
  Ethnicity Hispanic 19.2%
  Ethnicity Indian 0.5%
  Ethnicity Other 1.8%

Population By Gender in McKinney, TX

  Male 49.1%
  Female 50.9%

Language in McKinney, TX

  English Only 80.1%
  English Other 19.9%

Economics in McKinney, TX

  Median Household Income $81,459
  Median Home Price $205,400
  Homes Owned 32.9%
  Homes Rent 67.1%
  Median Property Rent $1,131

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Commute Types in McKinney, TX

  Walked 0.7%
  Worked at Home 8.1%
  Public Transportation 0.6%
  Other Means 1.9%
  Drove Alone 81.9%
  Carpooled 6.8%

Total Employed Armed Forces: 111
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