With a wealth of restaurants serving up different types of food from many traditions, Plano could be called the food capital of Texas. From family restaurants to high-end fine dining, the culinary choices seem never-ending.
Plano is a popular community that attracts young families, professionals and retirees. The growing population of 288,000 is welcoming and fosters a tight-knit community, even as this former Collin County farming town expands. The nationally-accredited Plano Parks & Recreation Department provides parks, pools, a Retreat Center and more. Plano Symphony Orchestra (PSO) plays the music and offers community programs, too. In Plano, there’s truly something for everyone.
This bustling Texas hub is home to many corporate offices including Pizza Hut, Toyota, Bank of America and other well-known enterprises. The business-centric focus has made the area prosperous. Small business owners are also active, assisted by the Plano Chamber of Commerce, who offers a helpful Plano Relocation Guide & Business Directory.