Collin County

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  • County Seat:McKinney
  • Area: 848 sq. miles of land; 38 sq. miles of water
  • Towns and Cities: 27
  • Population 2010 Census: 791,631
  • Estimated Population, 2013: 854,778
  • ​Growth since 2010: 7.4%
  • Growth since 2000: 73.9%
  • Female-to-Male ratio: 51%-49%
  • Median age: 35.1 years
  • Under 18 years old: 28%
  • Over 65 years of age: 8%
  • Number of households, 2012: 301,205
  • Average Family Size, 2010: 3.25
  • Average Number per Household: 2.74
  • Traditional married couple families: 78% of family households
  • Number of adults living alone: 37,798
  • Median Household Income, 2012: $82,238
  • New residents moving in each day (2012): 74
  • Density: 984 people/sq. mile
  • Paved County Roads: 726 miles
  • Average Taxable Home Value: $238,030
  • County Tax Rate (2014): $0.2350 per $100 assessed value
  • Independent School Districts: 21
  • Special Districts: 2
  • Hospital Districts: None
  • County-level Elected Officials: 35
  • Registered Voters (2013): 456,843
  • Voter Turnout (November 2012): 65.8%
Statistics from www.co.collin.tx.us

Collin County School Districts

  • Allen ISD
  • Blue Ridge Schools
  • Celeste ISD
  • Celina ISD
  • Gunter ISD
  • Frisco ISD
  • Leonard ISD
  • Lovejoy ISD
  • McKinney ISD
  • Melissa ISD
  • Plano ISD
  • Princeton ISD
  • Prosper ISD