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West Collin County

Collin County is a unique blend of new leading edge urban mixed with traditional, a great quality of life with a business/technology friendly environment.  Collin County is of the fastest growing counties in Texas and the nation.  More than 900,000 people, a rapidly growing list of corporate headquarters, and two professional sports teams have chosen this part of North Texas as home. Two large communities – Plano and Frisco — make up West Collin County, which has every modern amenity you might want from parks and trails to restaurants, shopping and entertainment.

By The Numbers

 20172022
Population482,197549,272
Households173,809196,721
Average Household Size2.772.79
Media Age36.636.8
Median Household Income$100,067$105,563
Average Household Income$127,038$140,818
Per Capita Income$45,923$50,559

Race and Ethnicity

 2017 (%)2022 (%)
White Alone312,997 (64.9%)331,551 (60.4%)
Black Alone43,045 (8.9%)53,868 (9.8%)
American Indian Alone2,130 (0.4%)2,306 (0.4%)
Asian Alone84,412(17.5%)113,719 (20.7%)
Pacific Islander Alone296 (0.1%)372 (0.1%)
Some Other Race Alone22,619 (4.7%)26,473 (4.8%)
Two or More Races16,696 (3.5%)20,981 (3.8%)
Hispanic Origin (Any Race)70,074 (14.5%)83,687 (15.2%)

Educational Attainment (Population 25+)

 2017
TOTAL315,717
Less Than 9th Grade3.0%
9th-12th Grade, No Diploma2.4%
High School Graduate10.8%
GED/Alternative Credential1.6%
Some College, No Degree17.8%
Associate Degree7.0%
Bachelor’s Degree36.6%
Graduate/Professional Degree20.8%