30 March . 2018
Frisco ranks as No. 3 Best Suburb in DFW Area
Frisco has earned yet another kudo, coming in at No. 3 on Niche’s 2018 list of the "Best Suburbs to Live in Texas" in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Frisco gets an overall grade of A+ from Niche, with additional A+ grades for Public Schools, Jobs and Good for Families.
Niche also gives Frisco A grades for Housing, Health & Fitness and Diversity.
Statewide, Frisco ranks No. 6 on the list. In the Metroplex, only Coppell and Plano rank higher.
Of 385 resident reviews of Frisco on Niche, 327 residents rate their city as “excellent” or “very good.”
“It’s a well-known fact that a large number of people move to Frisco for its unparalleled school district,’ writes one current resident. “The small school model allows for endless leadership possibilities and extracurricular involvement. The $5 Billion Mile has definitely put Frisco on the map.”
A former resident writes: “I lived in Frisco for about eight years. It is the best city I’ve ever lived in. There are so many things to do, it never gets boring.”
Frisco also ranks No. 2 in Dallas and No. 6 statewide on Niche’s 2018 “Best Places to Raise a Family in Texas” list.
Based in Pittsburgh, Niche calculates its grades and rankings using dozens of public data sets and millions of reviews.
While Frisco gets lots of acclaim for its highly rated schools, the thriving $5 Billion Mile, its 5 professional sports teams and much more, it’s also home to a hidden gem – Hollyhock. Learn more about our tight-knit community.
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