Celina

Population Estimate
10,016 (As of July 1, 2018)

Location

  • Celina sits on the far northern end of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex
  • 45 minutes from DFW International Airport
  • 20 minutes from Lake Ray Roberts
  • 45 minutes from Lake Texoma and Lake Dallas

Demographics
Median age
36
Median Home Value
$293,813
Median household income
$99,789
High school diploma
96.9%
Bachelors degree +
57.8%

Schools

1 Pre-K
2 elementary schools
2 middle schools
2 high schools

Transportation

  • 45 minutes from DFW International Airport
  • Located just minutes from major thoroughfares Dallas North Tollway & US Highway 380

Quality of Life

Currently, with an estimated population nearing 11,000, the City of Celina’s population has nearly doubled since 2010. This pace makes Celina one of the fastest growing cities in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.

Situated in high-growth Collin County and nestled between the major arteries of Preston Road to the east and the future Dallas North Tollway to the west, Celina’s maximum projected buildout population is approximately 350,000. In other words, Celina is positioned geographically, demographically and economically to quickly become a big player in the North Texas metropolitan community.

Located just minutes from the Dallas North Tollway, residents of Celina can easily get to big city amenities…yet be far away from the noise, traffic and pollution. Life in this small town is relaxed, with an emphasis on family, community and sports. Both the Celina Independent School District and Prosper Independent School District are known for ongoing excellence in athletics and academics.

Local restaurants and small stores are the backbone of Celina’s retail, with major upscale shopping and elite dining located only a few miles south or east in Frisco, McKinney and Plano.

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