It’s no secret. Plano is the place to be! As part of welcoming you to our wonderful community, we have compiled a list of helpful information to make your transition into Plano seamless as possible.
Plano offers a wide variety of housing options to fit your lifestyle: everything from single family homes to new apartment options.
Moving & Storage
Choosing the right mover is crucial in the relocation process. Find out more information on moving assistance.
Plano residents are free to choose from a variety of providers.
New residents have 30 days to register vehicle(s) in the state. Find out more information on vehicle registration from the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles. The local tax office is located at:
Collin County Tax Assessor-Collector, Plano Office
920 East Park Boulevard
Plano, TX 75074
Questions about updating your Driver License? To learn more about updating your driver’s license visit the Texas Department of Public Safety. The local office can be found at:
Department of Public Safety
2109 West Parker Road, Suite 224
Plano, TX 75023
Voter registration cards may be obtained at all Plano fire stations, public libraries, and post offices. View voter registration in Collin County.
Looking for employment in Plano?
There is a reason Plano boasts numerous accolades and accreditation’s. Visit the City of Plano website for more information.
Plano City Hall
1520 Avenue K
Plano, Texas 75074
DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit) provides commuter express service between Plano and downtown Dallas. The trip requires about 45 minutes. DART also provides cross-town service in Plano. Printed schedules are available at the Plano Chamber of Commerce. For more information visit DART, or call (214) 979-1111.
Senior Citizen Activities
Plano’s seniors have many opportunities for activities and friendship. Contact:
Plano Senior Center
401 W. 16th Street
Plano, Texas 75075
Plano Independent School District is a competitive and extraordinarily successful school system that educates the largest student population in Collin County. The district’s vision for its 55,000 students across 70 schools is that they are college and career ready upon high school graduation. For more information, visit PISD.
Looking to continue your education or working toward a MBA? Plano has several higher educational opportunities. In addition, Plano is home to many private, charter and Montessori schools.
- Universities and Colleges
- Private Education Facilities
- Early Childhood Educational Facilities
- Tutoring Programs
There is no lack for the arts, culture or entertainment in Plano. Plano is home to the Courtyard Theater, the Cox Building Playhouse and the Amphitheater at Oak Point Park. Find more information on Plano Stages and these facilities here.
Plano is home to a list of award-winning medical providers. Our network of hospitals, pediatric medical centers, rehabilitation facilities, senior living centers, memory care facilities and emergency services is second to none.
Areas such as Historic Downtown Plano, The Shops at Legacy, The Shops at Willow Bend, Collin Creek Mall, Berkeley Square and Lakeside Market are bursting with a variety of shopping options.
Plano’s restaurant community caters to a wide variety of tastes with leisurely dining in elegant surroundings, ethnic restaurants, cozy tea rooms, cafeterias, delis, and convenient fast food facilities.
Family, Community, & Civic Organizations
Whether you are looking for a new home church or want to volunteer your time with a local community organization, Plano offers a variety of options for your involvement.
When you plan your visit to Plano, there are a variety of first class lodging options to accommodate overnight and extended stays.