Mc Kinney, Kentucky Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you are thinking of moving to McKinney City, you are probably wondering about its population and neighborhood concerns. The population of McKinney has grown rapidly in the past few years, increasing by almost ten percent in ten years. In January 2016, it had a population of 187,802 and supported 254 businesses. As of 2000, the population was estimated to be 54,369 with 2,005 businesses.

The city of McKinney is primarily a vehicle-dependent community. Public transportation is infrequent and can be difficult to use. Because of the area's high cost of living, a vehicle is necessary for daily life. A typical monthly rent is $1,435 (and rising).

The population of McKinney is comprised of six geographical areas. The downtown area falls under the zip code 75069, while the city's southern end and some parts of Frisco are in 75354.

Demographic data is available from city staff and NCTCOG. The median house value is above the state average. The percentage of foreign-born and black race residents is also higher than the state average. The median age of houses is higher than the state average, and the number of college students is significantly higher. Further, the median household income is significantly higher than the state average, indicating that Mc Kinney City is a comparatively nicer place to live than many other cities in the region.

The population of McKinney is a little over 182,000, making it one of the fastest-growing cities in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. The city is surrounded by natural beauty and parks, with an entertainment center and multiple breweries. While there are plenty of activities and attractions in the area, there are still many things that residents and visitors of McKinney may not know.