Frisco, Texas

What is Frisco, Texas known for?


international career

align center '''1'''–0 align center 1–0 Friendly (Exhibition game) - International career J. J. Redick was a member of the 2003 USA Men's Junior World Championship Team. In 2005, he competed with the USA Basketball Under-21 Team, in Frisco, Texas, which won gold medals at the World

, during three consecutive Christmas seasons and the impact the holiday has on modern culture and the consumer economy. The ''New Yorker'' called Stuever's book "cultural anthropology at its most exuberant". ''New Yorker'', 21 December 2009 International career Simek received his first call up to the United States men's national football team United States national team


architectural design

work BaseballParks.com accessdate 2006-07-13 and received the 2003 Texas Construction award for Best Architectural Design. Toyota Stadium (Toyota Stadium (Texas)), which was opened August 6, 2005, as "Pizza Hut Park", is a 20,500-seat stadium. It is primarily used


athletic complex

(Texas) 35W to Fort Worth. Loop 288 (Texas State Highway Loop 288) partially encircles the city; it passes through the northern limits of the city by C. H. Collins Athletic Complex and the eastern side near Golden Triangle Mall. Highway 77 (U.S. Highway 77 (Texas)) and 377 (U.S. Highway 377 (Texas)) go through the historic town square and Highway 380 (U.S. Highway 380 (Texas)) connects Denton to Frisco (Frisco, Texas) in the east and Decatur (Decatur, Texas) on the west. In 1976, one of the original homeowners associations petitioned the city of Frisco (Frisco, Texas) to remove the area from its extraterritorial jurisdiction. A vote was held in January 1977, and the City of The Colony was officially incorporated at that time (the name Colony was already in use, and thus the current name with the definite article (Article (grammar)) was chosen). In 1987, the small lakeside community of Eastvale (Eastvale, Texas) and The Colony voted to merge. The town has grown significantly since then.The renowned 350 member TCHS Marching Band marched in the 1997 Tournament of Roses Parade. The Colony High School Lady Cougars Soccer Team was the 2007 Class 4A State Champion. New Jersey Nets point guard and Olympic gold medalist Deron Williams played for The Colony High School The city is bordered on the west by Lewisville Lake and Lewisville, Texas, on the north and east by Frisco, Texas and on the south by Carrollton, Texas and Plano, Texas. Approximately 23 miles of shoreline on Lake Lewisville are contained within the city's boundaries (the basis for one of the city's nicknames, "City by the Lake"), including two peninsulas. Questions over whether the event would be held in 2008 began when in April that year Ozzy Osbourne announced that he would be headlining the Canadian Monsters of Rock festival. *'''September 28:''' Interstate 795 (Interstate 795 (North Carolina)) in North Carolina is officially approved by AASHTO. '''MLS Cup 2006''', the 11th edition of Major League Soccer's championship match (MLS Cup), was played between the New England Revolution and the Houston Dynamo to decide the champion of the 2006 season (2006 Major League Soccer season). The game was played at Pizza Hut Park in Frisco, Texas on November 12, 2006. Houston won 4-3 on penalty kicks, after a 1-1 draw following extra time. It was the first penalty shootout (Penalty shootout (association football)) in MLS Cup history. District description The district is located wholly within Denton County (Denton County, Texas). It is one of three serving Denton County. In terms of geography it comprises the eastern and southeastern portions of the county. Major cities in the district include the majority of Lewisville (Lewisville, Texas) and those portions of Carrollton (Carrollton, Texas), Dallas (Dallas, Texas), Frisco (Frisco, Texas), and Plano (Plano, Texas) that extend into Denton County. Towns and cities served by these area codes: :Addison (Addison, Texas), Allen (Allen, Texas), Anna (Anna, Texas), Avalon (Avalon, Texas), Bardwell (Bardwell, Texas), Blue Ridge (Blue Ridge, Texas), Carrollton (Carrollton, Texas), Cedar Hill (Cedar Hill, Texas), Celina (Celina, Texas), Cockrell Hill (Cockrell Hill, Texas), Combine (Combine, Texas), Copeville (Copeville, Texas), Coppell (Coppell, Texas), Crandall (Crandall, Texas), Dallas (Dallas, Texas), DeSoto (DeSoto, Texas), Duncanville (Duncanville, Texas), Elmo (Elmo, Texas), Ennis (Ennis, Texas), Farmers Branch (Farmers Branch, Texas), Farmersville (Farmersville, Texas), Fate (Fate, Texas), Ferris (Ferris, Texas), Flower Mound (Flower Mound, Texas), Forney (Forney, Texas), Forreston (Forreston, Texas), Frisco (Frisco, Texas), Garland (Garland, Texas), Glenn Heights (Glenn Heights, Texas), Grand Prairie (Grand Prairie, Texas), Highland Park (Highland Park, Texas), Highland Village (Highland Village, Texas), Hutchins (Hutchins, Texas), Irving (Irving, Texas), Italy (Italy, Texas), Josephine (Josephine, Texas), Kaufman (Kaufman, Texas), Lancaster (Lancaster, Texas), Lavon (Lavon, Texas), Lewisville (Lewisville, Texas), Little Elm (Little Elm, Texas), Maypearl (Maypearl, Texas), McKinney (McKinney, Texas), Melissa (Melissa, Texas), Mesquite (Mesquite, Texas), Midlothian (Midlothian, Texas), Milford (Milford, Texas), Murphy (Murphy, Texas), Nevada (Nevada, Texas), Oak Leaf (Oak Leaf, Texas), Palmer (Palmer, Texas), Pecan Hill (Pecan Hill, Texas), Plano (Plano, Texas), Princeton (Princeton, Texas), Prosper (Prosper, Texas), Red Oak (Red Oak, Texas), Rice (Rice, Texas), Richardson (Richardson, Texas), Rockwall (Rockwall, Texas), Rosser (Rosser, Texas), Rowlett (Rowlett, Texas), Royse City (Royse City, Texas), Sachse (Sachse, Texas), Scurry (Scurry, Texas), Seagoville (Seagoville, Texas), Sunnyvale (Sunnyvale, Texas), Talty (Talty, Texas), Terrell (Terrell, Texas), The Colony (The Colony, Texas), University Park (University Park, Texas), Venus (Venus, Texas), Waxahachie (Waxahachie, Texas), Westminster (Westminster, Texas), Weston (Weston, Texas), Wilmer (Wilmer, Texas) and Wylie (Wylie, Texas). In addition, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is served by area code 972. The '''Texas Tornado''' are a Junior A hockey team located in Frisco (Frisco, Texas), Texas, USA. The team joined the North American Hockey League's Central division in 1999 (and moved into the newly formed southern division three years later) while located in North Richland Hills, Texas, and have enjoyed unprecedented success since their expansion year. The Tornado hold the NAHL regular season record. Also in 2005, the Sol qualified as one of three NPSL West representatives for the Region IV U.S. Open Cup (U.S. Open Cup Website qualifying tournament, where the Sol won its group and then went on to beat the Salinas Valley Samba for the tournament championship and a spot in the USASA National Open Cup. The Sol would later meet the Samba in Santa Rosa in the first round of the U.S. Open Cup itself. At the USASA National Open Cup in the August heat of Frisco, Texas, in the semifinals the Sol faced the AAC Eagles of Chicago who prevailed 2-1. With this result, the Sol's 2005 campaign came to an end.


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sequences in the Dallas area during the summer prior to the season, then film the remainder of the season in the Los Angeles area; less than half of the episodes in a given season had on-location sequences filmed in Dallas. MGM built a full-size replica of the Southfork Ranch backyard and pool on one of its soundstages, allowing for filming of "location" shots during the latter part of the season. Well-known residents include current Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim outfielder Torii


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, Tadlock, and Taylor. The Early Childhood School http: schools.friscoisd.org spc ecs is available for children ages three and four who meet eligibility requirements for Headstart, Prekindergarten, or Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities. Frisco also boasts the ''Frisco ISD Career & Technical Education Center''(CTE or CaTE Center), a building in which students from high schools can experience and try different careers, from veterinary work to advertising


regular high

headquarters to Frisco in time for the 2016 NFL football season. The 91 acre complex will be located on the corner of the N. Dallas Tollway and Warren Parkway. It will boast state of the art training facilities and practice fields, a luxury hotel, high-end retail shopping and restaurants, and a 12,000 seat indoor stadium where the Frisco Independent School District high school varsity boys will play home games during the regular high school football season. Soccer FC Dallas (formerly


blue design

be relocating to Frisco, Texas to resume play in the 2010-11 season as the Texas Legends. *'''June 22:''' The South Carolina Department of Transportation adopts a new design for their state highway shields. A plain rectangle with "S.C." will be replaced by a blue design with a small logo above the number. Unlike the 2006 change in Oklahoma, signs will only be replaced when they would otherwise need replacement. *'''September 28:''' Interstate 795 (Interstate 795 (North Carolina)) in North Carolina is officially approved by AASHTO. '''MLS Cup 2006''', the 11th edition of Major League Soccer's championship match (MLS Cup), was played between the New England Revolution and the Houston Dynamo to decide the champion of the 2006 season (2006 Major League Soccer season). The game was played at Pizza Hut Park in Frisco, Texas on November 12, 2006. Houston won 4-3 on penalty kicks, after a 1-1 draw following extra time. It was the first penalty shootout (Penalty shootout (association football)) in MLS Cup history. District description The district is located wholly within Denton County (Denton County, Texas). It is one of three serving Denton County. In terms of geography it comprises the eastern and southeastern portions of the county. Major cities in the district include the majority of Lewisville (Lewisville, Texas) and those portions of Carrollton (Carrollton, Texas), Dallas (Dallas, Texas), Frisco (Frisco, Texas), and Plano (Plano, Texas) that extend into Denton County. Towns and cities served by these area codes: :Addison (Addison, Texas), Allen (Allen, Texas), Anna (Anna, Texas), Avalon (Avalon, Texas), Bardwell (Bardwell, Texas), Blue Ridge (Blue Ridge, Texas), Carrollton (Carrollton, Texas), Cedar Hill (Cedar Hill, Texas), Celina (Celina, Texas), Cockrell Hill (Cockrell Hill, Texas), Combine (Combine, Texas), Copeville (Copeville, Texas), Coppell (Coppell, Texas), Crandall (Crandall, Texas), Dallas (Dallas, Texas), DeSoto (DeSoto, Texas), Duncanville (Duncanville, Texas), Elmo (Elmo, Texas), Ennis (Ennis, Texas), Farmers Branch (Farmers Branch, Texas), Farmersville (Farmersville, Texas), Fate (Fate, Texas), Ferris (Ferris, Texas), Flower Mound (Flower Mound, Texas), Forney (Forney, Texas), Forreston (Forreston, Texas), Frisco (Frisco, Texas), Garland (Garland, Texas), Glenn Heights (Glenn Heights, Texas), Grand Prairie (Grand Prairie, Texas), Highland Park (Highland Park, Texas), Highland Village (Highland Village, Texas), Hutchins (Hutchins, Texas), Irving (Irving, Texas), Italy (Italy, Texas), Josephine (Josephine, Texas), Kaufman (Kaufman, Texas), Lancaster (Lancaster, Texas), Lavon (Lavon, Texas), Lewisville (Lewisville, Texas), Little Elm (Little Elm, Texas), Maypearl (Maypearl, Texas), McKinney (McKinney, Texas), Melissa (Melissa, Texas), Mesquite (Mesquite, Texas), Midlothian (Midlothian, Texas), Milford (Milford, Texas), Murphy (Murphy, Texas), Nevada (Nevada, Texas), Oak Leaf (Oak Leaf, Texas), Palmer (Palmer, Texas), Pecan Hill (Pecan Hill, Texas), Plano (Plano, Texas), Princeton (Princeton, Texas), Prosper (Prosper, Texas), Red Oak (Red Oak, Texas), Rice (Rice, Texas), Richardson (Richardson, Texas), Rockwall (Rockwall, Texas), Rosser (Rosser, Texas), Rowlett (Rowlett, Texas), Royse City (Royse City, Texas), Sachse (Sachse, Texas), Scurry (Scurry, Texas), Seagoville (Seagoville, Texas), Sunnyvale (Sunnyvale, Texas), Talty (Talty, Texas), Terrell (Terrell, Texas), The Colony (The Colony, Texas), University Park (University Park, Texas), Venus (Venus, Texas), Waxahachie (Waxahachie, Texas), Westminster (Westminster, Texas), Weston (Weston, Texas), Wilmer (Wilmer, Texas) and Wylie (Wylie, Texas). In addition, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is served by area code 972. The '''Texas Tornado''' are a Junior A hockey team located in Frisco (Frisco, Texas), Texas, USA. The team joined the North American Hockey League's Central division in 1999 (and moved into the newly formed southern division three years later) while located in North Richland Hills, Texas, and have enjoyed unprecedented success since their expansion year. The Tornado hold the NAHL regular season record. Also in 2005, the Sol qualified as one of three NPSL West representatives for the Region IV U.S. Open Cup (U.S. Open Cup Website qualifying tournament, where the Sol won its group and then went on to beat the Salinas Valley Samba for the tournament championship and a spot in the USASA National Open Cup. The Sol would later meet the Samba in Santa Rosa in the first round of the U.S. Open Cup itself. At the USASA National Open Cup in the August heat of Frisco, Texas, in the semifinals the Sol faced the AAC Eagles of Chicago who prevailed 2-1. With this result, the Sol's 2005 campaign came to an end.


love field

'''Frisco''' is a city located in Collin (Collin County, Texas) and Denton (Denton County, Texas) counties in Texas. It is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, and is located approximately 25 minutes from both Dallas Love Field and Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. With major highways north-south and east-west, the city is well-positioned on the path of growth in the Dallas area. As of December 1, 2014, the city had a population estimated at 144,640


construction site

*'''September 28:''' Interstate 795 (Interstate 795 (North Carolina)) in North Carolina is officially approved by AASHTO. '''MLS Cup 2006''', the 11th edition of Major League Soccer's championship match (MLS Cup), was played between the New England Revolution and the Houston Dynamo to decide the champion of the 2006 season (2006 Major League Soccer season). The game was played at Pizza Hut Park in Frisco, Texas on November 12, 2006. Houston won 4-3 on penalty kicks, after a 1-1 draw following extra time. It was the first penalty shootout (Penalty shootout (association football)) in MLS Cup history. District description The district is located wholly within Denton County (Denton County, Texas). It is one of three serving Denton County. In terms of geography it comprises the eastern and southeastern portions of the county. Major cities in the district include the majority of Lewisville (Lewisville, Texas) and those portions of Carrollton (Carrollton, Texas), Dallas (Dallas, Texas), Frisco (Frisco, Texas), and Plano (Plano, Texas) that extend into Denton County. Towns and cities served by these area codes: :Addison (Addison, Texas), Allen (Allen, Texas), Anna (Anna, Texas), Avalon (Avalon, Texas), Bardwell (Bardwell, Texas), Blue Ridge (Blue Ridge, Texas), Carrollton (Carrollton, Texas), Cedar Hill (Cedar Hill, Texas), Celina (Celina, Texas), Cockrell Hill (Cockrell Hill, Texas), Combine (Combine, Texas), Copeville (Copeville, Texas), Coppell (Coppell, Texas), Crandall (Crandall, Texas), Dallas (Dallas, Texas), DeSoto (DeSoto, Texas), Duncanville (Duncanville, Texas), Elmo (Elmo, Texas), Ennis (Ennis, Texas), Farmers Branch (Farmers Branch, Texas), Farmersville (Farmersville, Texas), Fate (Fate, Texas), Ferris (Ferris, Texas), Flower Mound (Flower Mound, Texas), Forney (Forney, Texas), Forreston (Forreston, Texas), Frisco (Frisco, Texas), Garland (Garland, Texas), Glenn Heights (Glenn Heights, Texas), Grand Prairie (Grand Prairie, Texas), Highland Park (Highland Park, Texas), Highland Village (Highland Village, Texas), Hutchins (Hutchins, Texas), Irving (Irving, Texas), Italy (Italy, Texas), Josephine (Josephine, Texas), Kaufman (Kaufman, Texas), Lancaster (Lancaster, Texas), Lavon (Lavon, Texas), Lewisville (Lewisville, Texas), Little Elm (Little Elm, Texas), Maypearl (Maypearl, Texas), McKinney (McKinney, Texas), Melissa (Melissa, Texas), Mesquite (Mesquite, Texas), Midlothian (Midlothian, Texas), Milford (Milford, Texas), Murphy (Murphy, Texas), Nevada (Nevada, Texas), Oak Leaf (Oak Leaf, Texas), Palmer (Palmer, Texas), Pecan Hill (Pecan Hill, Texas), Plano (Plano, Texas), Princeton (Princeton, Texas), Prosper (Prosper, Texas), Red Oak (Red Oak, Texas), Rice (Rice, Texas), Richardson (Richardson, Texas), Rockwall (Rockwall, Texas), Rosser (Rosser, Texas), Rowlett (Rowlett, Texas), Royse City (Royse City, Texas), Sachse (Sachse, Texas), Scurry (Scurry, Texas), Seagoville (Seagoville, Texas), Sunnyvale (Sunnyvale, Texas), Talty (Talty, Texas), Terrell (Terrell, Texas), The Colony (The Colony, Texas), University Park (University Park, Texas), Venus (Venus, Texas), Waxahachie (Waxahachie, Texas), Westminster (Westminster, Texas), Weston (Weston, Texas), Wilmer (Wilmer, Texas) and Wylie (Wylie, Texas). In addition, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is served by area code 972. The '''Texas Tornado''' are a Junior A hockey team located in Frisco (Frisco, Texas), Texas, USA. The team joined the North American Hockey League's Central division in 1999 (and moved into the newly formed southern division three years later) while located in North Richland Hills, Texas, and have enjoyed unprecedented success since their expansion year. The Tornado hold the NAHL regular season record. Also in 2005, the Sol qualified as one of three NPSL West representatives for the Region IV U.S. Open Cup (U.S. Open Cup Website qualifying tournament, where the Sol won its group and then went on to beat the Salinas Valley Samba for the tournament championship and a spot in the USASA National Open Cup. The Sol would later meet the Samba in Santa Rosa in the first round of the U.S. Open Cup itself. At the USASA National Open Cup in the August heat of Frisco, Texas, in the semifinals the Sol faced the AAC Eagles of Chicago who prevailed 2-1. With this result, the Sol's 2005 campaign came to an end.


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in North Richland Hills, Texas, and have enjoyed unprecedented success since their expansion year. The Tornado hold the NAHL regular season record. Also in 2005, the Sol qualified as one of three NPSL West representatives for the Region IV U.S. Open Cup (U.S. Open Cup Website qualifying tournament, where the Sol won its group and then went on to beat the Salinas Valley Samba for the tournament championship and a spot in the USASA National Open Cup. The Sol would later meet the Samba in Santa Rosa in the first round of the U.S. Open Cup itself. At the USASA National Open Cup in the August heat of Frisco, Texas, in the semifinals the Sol faced the AAC Eagles of Chicago who prevailed 2-1. With this result, the Sol's 2005 campaign came to an end.

Frisco, Texas

'''Frisco''' is a city located in Collin (Collin County, Texas) and Denton (Denton County, Texas) counties in Texas. It is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, and is located approximately 25 minutes from both Dallas Love Field and Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. With major highways north-south and east-west, the city is well-positioned on the path of growth in the Dallas area.

As of December 1, 2014, the city had a population estimated at 144,640. and also the fastest-growing city in the nation from 2000 to 2009. In the late 1990s, the northern Dallas–Fort Worth Metroplex suburban development tide hit the northern border of Plano (Plano, Texas) and spilled into Frisco, sparking explosive growth into the 2000s. Like many of the cities located in the booming northern suburbs of Dallas, Frisco serves as a bedroom community for many professionals who work in the Dallas–Fort Worth Metroplex.

Since 2003, Frisco has received the designation "Tree City USA" by the National Arbor Day Foundation. Tree Cities A 2007 ''Forbes'' study named Frisco as the seventh-fastest growing suburb in the United States.

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