With a population of more than 274,000, Plano is no longer just a suburb of Dallas but is a city of its own. Plano's location, just 19 miles due north of downtown Dallas, and its nationally recognized public school system make this city a popular choice for those moving to the Dallas area.   Plano has 71.4 square miles of buildable area. Most of this is in Collin County, but Denton County claims 3.1 square miles of Plano; both counties are among the fastest growing counties in the United States.  Plano claims an enormous number of restaurants ranging from mom and pop Pho to French Bakeries, to fine dining, steaks, and that Texas staple Tex-Mex!  Plano also offers a great variety of shopping and grocery stores and 83 public parks spanning 4000 acres and including an off leash dog park.  Plano is definitely one of Dallas premier communities for familes.

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