Plano is located in Collin County
on the northern edge of the Dallas, Texas
Throughout much of this century Plano relied on surrounding farms and ranches for its livelihood. By the 1960s, the growth of both Dallas to the south and the success of several large high-technology firms began to make their influence felt on the local economy and city planners began making preparations for the growth they believed was inevitable. When the U.S. population began its historic shift in the 1970s, Plano welcomed newcomers with open arms and this resulted in Plano being one of the fastest-growing cities in Texas and the U.S.
The population estimate for July 1, 1998 was 219,486, an increase of 91,601 since 1990.
Art Miss Billye's School of Dance |
Restaurants, Cafes, Delis, Bakeries Paparazzi Restaurant |
Golf Mountasia Fantasy Golf |
History Interurban Railway Station Museum |
Shopping Jalin Jewelers |
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