Whether you’re thinking about moving to Frisco, or just visiting, this guide will help you know where you are relative to the surrounding cities.
Frisco, Texas is located in the North East region of the state of Texas, 26.8 miles due north of Dallas, TX along the rapidly expanding North Dallas corridor.
The drive time to Dallas varies based on traffic which can be heavy on the Dallas North Tollroad, but in no traffic can be traveled in 30 – 35 minutes.
The city of Frisco straddles two counties, Denton County (on the west) and Collin County (on the east). Frisco is bordered by the following towns and cities:
- Prosper to the north
- McKinney to the east
- Allen to the east
- Plano to the south and east
- The Colony to the south and west
- Little Elm to the west
- Carrollton to the south west.
The latitude/longitude of Frisco is: 33.1414° N, 96.8131° W and lies within the Balcones Fault Zone. Several major highways and tollroads run through or border Frisco including:
- Dallas North Tollroad
- 121/Sam Raburn Tollroad
- Highway 380
The nearest major airports are
- Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (27 min drive – driving map)
- Dallas Love Field (29 minutes – driving map)
Frisco is approximately a 1 hour drive north to the Oklahoma border and approximately 47 minutes to near by Fort Worth, Texas.
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