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McKinney is a mixture of the old and the new, with antique shops and historical buildings sitting side-by-side with hightech industry leaders. With a population of 68,220, McKinney is located 35 miles north of downtown Dallas and is growing at a current rate of 4.6% annualized (last 5 years). McKinney has 58.0 square miles within its boundaries and is located in Collin County, one of the fastest growing counties in the United States. The average McKinney family income is $63,842. Improvements to the McKinney Municipal Airport, making it attractive to corporate jets, will enhance future growth. McKinney has a strong commitment to its past, as evidenced by Chestnut Square, a block of turn-of-the-century restored homes. These are among the more than 1,700 historic homes and buildings in McKinney's three historic districts. McKinney displays 68 historical markers.
McKinney ISD has a growing school system of 12 schools with an enrollment of 15,279. Higher education is available at the Central Park Campus of the Collin County Community College District, whose doors opened in 1986 and now has an enrollment of more than 2,000 credit and 1,000 noncredit students per semester. More than 50% of adults living in McKinney have at least 4 years of college education; 22% have graduate degrees.
For those interested in sports, McKinney offers public and private golf courses, tennis, swimming, and other team sports. For fishing, boating, and water sports, area lakes are within close driving distance. McKinney has 18 public parks. Located 18 miles north of Dallas on US 75, is McKinney is he county seat of Collin County. McKinney is enjoying growth in all areas, including industrial, office, retail and residential properties. The city is home to companies like Texas Instruments, and Experian.
Residents have plenty of housing opportunities, ranging from the historical district to master planned communities of El Dorado and Stonebridge Ranch. The city features a variety of parks, recreations areas, and finest golf courses. Water sports and leisure are nearby at Lake Lavon and
Lake Texoma. Most students attend school in the ISD, averaging 1076 SAT scores. Collin Country Community College provides higher and continuing education opportunities for their residents and several universities are within a 30-mile radius.