To say the population of Frisco, Texas is skyrocketing would be an understatement: in just ten years, from 2010 to 2020, the population has nearly doubled. In fact, in 2017 Frisco was crowned the fastest growing city in the United States! Although Frisco is now a big booming city, the metropolis has humble pioneer roots, beginning in the middle of the 19th century. When construction of the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway began, the population slowly started to take off. In celebration of the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway, the town was officially named Frisco in 1904. Today we recognize Frisco as one of Texas’s fastest growing cities.
A Community Culture of Refinement
At the heart of Frisco is a community that values art, culture, and heritage–and the attractions in Frisco match the city’s refined values. Tourists and residents alike enjoy visiting exciting local attractions such as Central Park, the Frisco Art Gallery, the Frisco Discovery Center, the Frisco Heritage Museum, and the many unique and creative pieces of public art located in Frisco. Those interested in museums may enjoy the Museum of the American Railroad, and the National Videogame Museum. Those more interested in the arts would likely enjoy the Texas Sculpture Garden, or the George A. Purefoy Municipal Center. No matter where your interests lie, there’s something for everyone in Frisco.
Frisco’s Adventurous Spirit
Being one of the United States’ largest cities hasn’t stopped Dallas from maintaining a close-knit community. In addition to Frisco is home to a multitude of traditional festivals and events throughout the year. Frisco kicks off the new year with the NCAA Division I Football Championship. In February, Frisco hosts the WOGA Classic. In March, the city has the Frisco College Basketball Classic, Conference USA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Championships, Texas Pinball Festival, and Arts in the Square. Many Frisco residents recognize April as the month in which Frisco Uncorked is held, and May as the month in which Frisco StrEATS Food Truck and Music Festival, and the Frisco Fair, are held. Summer marks the start of festivals such as Music in the square, Frisco Freedom Fest, and Dallas Cowboys Training Camp. In the fall, residents enjoy Shawnee Trail Cowboy Days, Frisco Oktoberfest, Frisco Arts Walk and Run, and National Soccer Hall of Fame Induction. The holiday season in Frisco is celebrated by Christmas in the Square, Merry Main Street, and Tropical Smoothie Cafe Frisco Bowl.
Keeping Frisco Safe
Moxie Law Group admires Frico’s fresh, fearless, and adventurous community culture. We want to help preserve that by keeping the community safe. Our firm works tirelessly to provide residents of Frisco with educational resources created to prevent injury. When injury does happen, Moxie Law Group helps provide recourse to help those burdened by the financial difficulties of injury. As a personal injury firm, we routinely see cases of insurance companies denying the injured the compensation they deserve. It’s common for the initial offer from the insurance company to cover only a fraction of the expenses associated with injury. But at Moxie Law Group we fight to get our clients the compensation they deserve. If you have been injured in an accident, and you need assistance paying your medical bills, contact Moxie Law Group today for a free case review.