I love Frisco, specifically Frisco Square, with its cozy vibe. It’s a small area, but it has great restaurants, a library, movie theater, and senior center to keep it alive. In the winter, the whole place is alive with lights that create a very picturesque scene.
The people and restaurants stand out. The people are nice wherever you go, and there is a diversity of delicious restaurants, whether you’re looking for casual or formal dining.
Irvine is an extremely safe city with regular, active, and diligent police patrols on all major roads. It has a reputation for being one of, if not the safest city in America, and is also a beautiful city due to the planned nature of its housing communities and nature. While this does make Irvine feel like a bubble, it also ensures that it is a safe and secure environment for those living in it and especially for children, as they are guaranteed an education that is held to a higher standard than other cities. Schools are consistently excellent, and there are very few schools that are riddled with disciplinary or financial problems due to Irvine Company’s excellent management of the city’s allocated funding.
Irvine’s food is mostly chains, and there are few private businesses due to the high cost of retail spaces. As a result, your experiences in Irvine when it comes to food and shopping will always be consistently safe, but also expensive and somewhat vanilla in terms of variety. The city also begins to feel quite sterile after living there for a few years because of how safe and well-maintained it is. Transportation without a vehicle can also be difficult due to the long intervals between buses, as well as the distance from houses to retail plazas.
Visit the French Quarter and then the St. Louis Cathedral. Visit the Bon Ton Cafe for dinner. I also recommend visiting the Natchez river boat and take a dinner cruise. Make sure to get a grenade in the french quarter. Also visit the famous cafe du Monde and get a beignet. If you are interested take in a s*x show or other nighttime activities in the old french quarter. A haunted walk or visit to an old cemetery is also recommended. The old french market is another fun place to see for gift and souvenirs.
The friendliness and the wonderful accents of all the people. The cajun food is awesome so please get some gumbo. Also enjoy the wonderful drinks. Take in the wonderful music that you’ll find anywhere. This is America’s coolest city.
Population Now: 100,832 Population 2010: 76,764 Absolute Change: 24,068 Percent Change: 31.4% More on League City:Photos | Data
There’s somehow more Texas cities in the list this year than last year. In this case, League City just broke the 100,000 mark we use and has been appearing on lists left and right this year — from safest places to live to affordable. Therefore, it would make sense to see them here as one of the fastest growing.
I love Round Rock. There is so much to do for families here from free events, our local library, beautiful parks and convenient shopping. We love the friendliness of the majority of people here as well.
The parks are absolutely wonderful for kids. There are ample playgrounds that were designed above and beyond a normal playscape.
We looked at the percentage change in the population from 2010 until 2018 for each city using the classic formula:
((B – A) / A) * 100
We then ranked each city from largest change to smallest change. Frisco, the fastest growing city, had a 60.6% increase in population. Detroit actually had a population loss of 60.627%, good for the worst in America. I guess it just didn’t want to break double digits. You can download the data here.
Here’s a look at the top ten fastest growing major cities in America for 2020.
There You Have It — The Fastest Growing Big Cities in America
After measuring the populations of every major city in America for both now and 2010, we are left with Frisco as the fastest growing city in the US.
My plan now? Go buy a home in a small city ranked like 20-30. I’m sure they are going to be getting much more popular in the years to come.
And for those playing at home, here’s a look at the slowest growing cities in America: