Murphy Points of Interest and City Attractions can be found on this page.
A city located just east of Plano Murphy is a city located in Collin County just north of Dallas.
In 2000, Murphy had a median family income of $87,214. Murphy is full of successful families and individuals. The city has a large middle class. Murphy isn't a place with a large population of people in poverty. The city benefits from its educated workforce. Murphy, compared to most cities like it, can boast of a large population of high-income unmarried people.
In the 2004 Presidential fund-raising sweepstakes, George W. Bush came out ahead among Murphy residents, with $5,500. Residents gave more to the Republican party than any of the others.
In Murphy, 95% of the houses and apartments are occupied by the owners, not rented out. If you prefer houses that are on the new side, the city may be the place for you - the average age of homes here is quite young. Murphy has higher property taxes than most places in Texas, which provides more money for local schools and services.
City of Murphy: murphytx.org
Animal Services: murphytx.org/departments_and_services/animal_control/index.htm
Plano ISD: pisd.edu
Wylie ISD: wylieisd.net
Shopping & Dining
Collin Creek Mall: collincreekmall.com
Firewheel Town Center: simon.com/mall
Historic Downtown Plano: visitdowntownplano.com
Murphy Historic Information: murphytx.org/community/history.htm
Census Data: murphytx.org/community/census.htm