About McKinney, TX
Since its incorporation, McKinney has continued to attract Texas residents to the area for the tree-lined streets, exceptional public school system, robust business opportunities, and the charismatic downtown square. The city’s Unique by Nature brand is more than a motto; it encompasses the community’s willingness to work together to make McKinney a great place to live, work, and play.
Located only a 30-minutes drive from Downtown Dallas, McKinney offers a small-town feel while still being close to the big city amenities. As one of the fastest-growing cities in America, McKinney provides residents with a picturesque community complete with green spaces and high quality of life.
McKinney Independent School District
Serving students in McKinney, as well as New Hope, Allen, Fairview, Princeton, and Lowry Crossing, McKinney Independent School District educates more than 24,500 students every day in their 20 elementary schools, five middle schools, three high schools, early childhood center, and alternative campuses. McKinney has been recognized on both the state and national levels for its excellent education system.
Things to Do in McKinney, TX
From top-rated BBQ to brewery tours, paranormal activity to nature hikes, McKinney offers everyone who lives here a way to enjoy the city. Here are some of McKinney’s top attractions.
Living in McKinney, TX
People enjoy moving to McKinney because of the low unemployment rate of 3.5%. The median income of those living in McKinney is $82,988, and the median home price is $315,700. While McKinney has seen a .4% decrease in home values since last year, experts expect the values to rise by 3% within the next year. The median rent in McKinney is $1,895, which is higher than the average rent in the DFW Metroplex.
About the Neighborhood
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