2012 detailed demographic data from Nielsen/Claritas on population, ethnicities, age, income, household income
Richardson is the "Education Destination", with renowned public schools, access to local community colleges and a major public university, and two private technical universities.
Local, state and federal government officials serving Richardson.
Growth of Richardson's international technology companies has brought to the city a diverse group of highly skilled engineering talent and technicians from throughout the world.
As the 2nd largest employment center in the Dallas area, Richardson attracts and retains key workforce talent by offering new, upscale housing options, significant cultural, recreation and dining options, with the added proximity to both uptown and downtown Dallas.
A Dallas regional map highlighting Richardson's location within the Metroplex and distances to key points, such as DFW International Airport, downtown Dallas, other cities in Texas.
Current local and state tax rates for Richardson
Easily Richardson's key advantage - access to three major freeways, four DART light rail commuter stations, city-wide service with DART public buses and non-stop freeway access to DFW International airport.
The best access to available high skilled labor within a 30-minute commute of Richardson's key employment areas, wage and salary data.
Richardson’s utility infrastructure is rich in electric and fiber capacities. Find out more about local providers.