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Plano, TX: What you need to know

Identified by as one of the Top 100 Best Places to Live, Plano also ranks on our lists for Best Cities for Retirement, Families and Downtowns. Residents have access to great schools and 3,800 acres of parkland, and the city is known for its good jobs and technology growth. Plano houses the headquarters of more than 25 American companies, including Cinemark Theatres, Dr. Pepper, Frito-Lay, JC Penney and Pizza Hut.



Plano, TX City Profile

Quick Facts

Population 275,645
Median Age 38
Median Household Income $83,793
Median Home Price $231,600
Walkscore 36

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Plano, TX Demographics

Median Population in Plano, TX

Median Age 38.2%
Age 18 Over 75.4%
Age 21 Over 72.2%
Age 62 Over 14.1%
Age 65 Over 11%

Race in Plano, TX

  Ethnicity White 68%
  Ethnicity Black 7.9%
  Ethnicity Asian 19.1%
  Ethnicity Hispanic 14.2%
  Ethnicity Indian 0.4%
  Ethnicity Other 1.7%

Population By Gender in Plano, TX

  Male 49.3%
  Female 50.7%

Language in Plano, TX

  English Only 68.1%
  English Other 31.9%

Economics in Plano, TX

  Median Household Income $83,793
  Median Home Price $231,600
  Homes Owned 37.6%
  Homes Rent 62.4%
  Median Property Rent $1,148

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Commute Types in Plano, TX

  Walked 1%
  Worked at Home 7.9%
  Public Transportation 1.2%
  Other Means 1.5%
  Drove Alone 81.9%
  Carpooled 6.5%

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Total Employed Armed Forces: 147
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