Strategic Advantages

Location & Transportation

With ease of access to the entire North Texas region businesses in Fairview is bordered by US-75, providing direct access to Downtown Dallas; and SH 121 (Sam Rayburn Tollway) with high speed access to DFW International Airport.


    Just 35 minutes from downtown Dallas, and just 3-4 hours from Houston, Austin, and Oklahoma City


    4 airports within 35 miles including DFW international, Love Field, Addison, and McKinney National


    An easy 10 minute drive to access DART's regional rail system

Map of US grayed out with a green Texas and a white dot near Dallas, TX where Fairview Texas is located.

Workforce & Education

Locating in Fairview will give you access to one of the largest and most educated workforces in the country. With approximately 1.5 million workers within a 30 minute drive you’ll have a highly diversified applicant pool at your disposal.


    30 colleges and universities within a 60 mile radius, and over 70% of Fairview citizens have a bachelor's degree or higher


    Texas is a right to work state with no corporate or personal state income tax. Fairview maintains one of the lowest ad valorem rates in DFW.


    Since 2000, Collin County has experience the highest sustained growth rate of any U.S. County, with a projected population of 2.4 million by 2050.



The Engineering department provides leadership and accountability for the Town’s efforts to not only create an efficient transportation network but to also maintain an excellent quality of life.
The engineering team is responsible for town mapping, supervision of municipal construction projects, preparation and management of the town’s drainage plan, approval of private development construction, long-range utility planning, and compliance with state and federal regulations concerning water utilities and storm water – just to name a few.
The engineering team also works closely with city departments and community stakeholders in the development, coordination and administration of transportation and growth policies Fairview.


Data & Demographics

Our staff can provide a broad range of demographic and psychographic data. This information can be customized and is updated on a regular basis to provide the most up to date and accurate information.

  Fairview   Collin County
  Land Area   8.58 square miles   841.2 square miles
  Population   10,568    969,603
  Median Age   49.3   37
  Average Income   $137,344   $94,933
  Bachelor Degree or Higher   70.2%   50.2%

Sales Tax (8.25%) Breakdown      

 State of Texas  6.25%
 Town of Fairview General Fund  1.0%
 Fairview Economic Development Corporation  .50%
 Fairview Community Development Corporation  .50%

Property Taxes (rates are per $100.00 of property valuation)          

 Town of Fairview  .311683
 McKinney ISD  1.127500
 Lovejoy ISD  1.257500
 Collin County  .149343
 Collin College  .081220

Property Tax Comparisons        

 Fairview  .311683
 Allen  .420500
 Frisco  .432205
 Lucas  .256758
 McKinney  .427513
 Plano  .417600
 Prosper  .510000
 Wylie  .538882
Super Dave Quinn with Day One Experts and Texas Economic Development Connection in Fairview Texas
"Fairview is all about quality over quantity. If you are looking for a business location that offers a prime location, access to an impressive workforce, outstanding schools, fantastic nearby amenities, and a friendly community, let's talk."

- "Super" Dave Quinn, CEcD  Economic Development Director


In our business friendly environment, the Town of Fairview offers both small businesses and major corporations the personal connections needed to help your company not only succeed but to grow.



372 Town Place,
Fairview, TX 75069


Dave Quinn, CEcD
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