Choose McKinney

Choose McKinney, Texas
Expanding Business Environment, Hometown Quality of Life

Outstanding Schools   Residential Value and Variety
McKinney ISD provides students with an outstanding education with 26 of 27 campuses ranking exemplary or recognized by the Texas Education Agency. Students perform in the top 2% in Texas in achieving Commended Performance on TAKS.
  • 20 Elementary schools
  • 5 Middle schools
  • 3 High schools
  • 4 Alternative schools
  • 1 Early Childhood Education Center
           
McKinney High School           
While McKinney offers a variety of homes in value and size, the median home value in McKinney is $199,800. The median list price per square foot is roughly $108 (Zillow July 2014).               Tucker Hill
Forward-Thinking City Leadership Wide Variety of Business Properties
The McKinney City Council has seven members. Four council members are elected to single-member districts, and two council members and the mayor are elected at large. McKinney offers a wide variety of properties with plenty of room to grow. The city offers everything from corporate business centers to unique build-to-suit opportunities.
Unparalleled Quality of Life  Educated and Growing Workforce
The outstanding quality of life sets McKinney apart from other communities. Money Magazine named McKinney its #1 Best Place to Live in America in 2014, up from #2 in 2012, #5 in 2010 and #14 in 2008. 

In addition, the McKinney Community Development Corporation (MCDC) funds community and economic development projects to honor McKinney's past, celebrate today and plan for the future. MCDC funds projects that improve the quality of life in our community.

McKinney's workforce is highly educated with 92% of the population possessing a high school diploma or higher. The population in McKinney is growing at a rate of 184%.