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McKinney

Beautiful tree-lined streets, diverse residential neighborhoods, outstanding educational opportunities, a robust business environment, a charming historic downtown and a strong sense of community make McKinney truly stand out. The unique by nature brand so strongly associated with the city is more than a tagline, it is a commitment that embodies the community’s willingness to work together to make McKinney a great place to be. As one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation, residents, businesses and visitors alike show that they strongly embrace the community’s vision and strong overall quality of life. McKinney is a picturesque city with a small-town feel that is quite different from the Metroplex’s urban sprawl.

Frisco
Located 25 minutes north of Dallas, Frisco is an emerging go-to place for family fun in the DFW Metroplex. The city was voted The Best Places to Live in America (#1), by Money Magazine, 2018. Money Magazine noted Frisco’s “outstanding public schools” and public-private partnerships, “arrangements that bring high-level sports, art and technology to the Texas town”. Frisco is home to several sporting venues, a NCAA Division I conference headquarters, a NHL hockey team headquarters, a Major League Soccer team, a junior ice hockey league headquarters, a Minor League baseball team, and an NBA D-league team. Including the Dallas Cowboys (NFL) who moved their HQ to Frisco in 2016, and the Dallas Stars (NHL) who are also headquartered in Frisco.
Prosper
Prosper is located in central west Collin County and central east Denton County, 36 miles north of downtown Dallas and 55 miles northeast of owntown Fort Worth. “A Place Where Everyone Matters” reads the motto painted on the towns water tower. Once a well kept secret, this small suburban town is flourishing and known as a safe, ideal community to raise a family. Prosper High School cost $113.5 million to construct and is 590,000-square-feet, complete with a medical tech lab, a restaurant-worthy kitchen, a greenhouse, a broadcast studio and an indoor football practice facility. The Town of Prosper holds many annual events including a Christmas festival, Fourth of July event and the Prosper Founders Fest which celebrates its history, people and arts.
celina

This growing community is located just minutes from the Dallas North Tollway. This gives residents easy access to big city amenities, but the luxury of living far from the noise and traffic. Celina’s growth can be attributed to its convenient location to top employers, thriving business park, top schools, and low crime rate. Celina is positioned geographically and economically to
quickly become a big player in the North Texas metropolitan community. Local restaurants and small stores bring charm to this quaint town, with major upscale shopping and elite dining located only a few miles south or east in Frisco, McKinney and Plano. Celina is also known for its celebration of authentic culture. Its signature event is
CajunFest, as well as several other family-oriented events.

Fairview

This growing community is located just minutes from the Dallas North Tollway. This gives residents easy access to big city amenities, but the luxury of living far from the noise and traffic. Celina’s growth can be attributed to its convenient location to top employers, thriving business
park, top schools, and low crime rate. Celina is positioned geographically and economically to quickly become a big player in the North Texas metropolitan community.
Local restaurants and small stores bring charm to this quaint town, with major upscale
shopping and elite dining located only a few miles south or east in Frisco, McKinney and
Plano. Celina is also known for its celebration of authentic culture. Its signature event is
CajunFest, as well as several other family-oriented events.



allen
Allen is a dynamic and welcoming community for families, young professionals and retirees. The city continues to attract national attention for its affordability, safety, abundant employment opportunities, exceptional education, world-class entertainment, unique cultural experiences and nationally-recognized parks and recreation amenities. The high quality of life offered, plus a convenient location in the DFW metroplex continues to earn Allen high praise and national “Best of” rankings. The 7,500-seat Allen Event Center is home to the ECHL’s Allen Americans, the Texas Revolution who play in the Champions Indoor Football league, and the Dallas Sidekicks of the Major Arena Soccer League. With four premier shopping destinations, an awardwinning golf course, nearly 200 restaurants our city boasts something for everyone.
anna

Anna is located in northern Collin County. The U.S. Route 75 freeway passes through the west side of the city and leads 45 miles southwest to the center of Dallas and 32 miles north to Denison. Anna is extremely safe, has excellent schools, making it an excellent place to raise a family. Anna has a hometown feel but is in close proximity to shopping, restaurants and plenty of fun things to do. Animal lovers can enjoy nearby Cathy’s Critters and Monkey See Monkey Do Exotic Petting Zoo. Other kid friendly activities include Arcade 92, Top Fun
Ranch, Slayter Creek Park, and Natural Springs Park. Residents can also enjoy Lola’s Local Market and Barn Hill Vineyards. There are also festivals throughout the year that provide regular opportunities to connect with the local culture.

melissa

Melissa is convenienty located seven miles northeast of McKinney just off State Highway 75, in north-central Collin County. While remembering and honoring its past, embracing small-town charm and sensibilities, Melissa has positioned itself for quality and managed growth in the coming years. Melissa is very safe, has excellent schools making it the perfect place to raise a family. There are many fun things to do with the family near Melissa. Residents can enjoy a nearby indoor trampoline park, basketball, dodgeball, indoor carting, horseback riding, bowling, billiards and laser tag. Southfork Ranch made famous by the hit TV show Dallas is nearby. Nature lovers will enjoy Trails of Melissa Park, Liberty Park and Melissa Zadow Park.



plano

Plano, Texas, is the largest city in Collin County and is ranked #4 Best Places to Relocate to in America by Sperling’s Best Places. Located just 20 miles north of Dallas, Plano offers a dynamic community with excellent nationally recognized schools, 4,000 acres of
parks, excellence in public safety, vibrant arts scene, historic downtown, entertainment districts, diverse cultural offerings, popular retail and thriving economy. Impressed by the
meticulous planning and development of Plano, several multinational corporations and Fortune 500 companies such as: HP, Frito-Lay, Dr Pepper/Snapple, Capital One, Ericsson,
Toyota choose to call Plano home. Easy access to major highways, light rail, DART, DFW Airport and three regional airports makes Plano a sought after destination to work, play, live and visit.

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