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County
Collin
Region
Praries & Lakes
Population
2010 Census - 7,248
2000 Census - 2,644
Nearby
Towns
Fairview, Texas
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Fairview Texas History:  
The growth of Plano and McKinney contributed to the growth of Fairview beginning in the late 1960s.
Fairview incorporated in 1960. The population rose from 175 in 1960 to 325 in 1970. Fairview is located at the intersection of U.S. 75, SH 5 and SH 121 (SRT), 33 miles northeast of Grapevine, 29 miles northeast of Dallas, 12.5 miles northeast of Plano, 5 miles northeast of Allen, 18 miles northeast of The Colony and Lewisville Lake, 15 miles east of Frisco, 44 miles southeast of Pilot Point and Lake Ray Roberts, 42 miles southeast of Denton, 47 miles south of Denison and Lake Texoma, 23 miles southeast of Celina, 16 miles southeast of Prosper, 41.5 miles southwest of Bonham and Bonham State Park, 4 miles southwest of McKinney, 19.8 miles west of Farmersville, 34 miles slightly northwest of Greenville, 23.4 miles northwest of Garland and Ray Hubbard Lake, and 7 miles northwest of Lake Lavon and Lucas, Texas.
 
Veterans Park:
This park honors all veterans and features six monuments dedicated to the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard and Merchant Marines. The stones in the park were purchased by individuals or groups in honor of a veteran. Stones with a gold star mean that veteran was killed in the combat. This park is located adjacent to the Fairview Town Hall at 372 Town Place. 
 
Roy & Helen Hall Memorial Public Library, McKinney, TX:
The library provides traditional library programs, children, youth and adult programs, summer programs, English as a Second Language, several electronic (online) databases including Mango Languages (foreign language learning programs), genealogy and local history, public access computers with internet connections, and free Wi-Fi. All special activities are held at this library. Open Mon-Thu, 10am-9pm; Fri-Sat, 10am-6pm; Sun, 1pm-5pm. 972-547-7323.101 E. Hunt Street, McKinney, TX  75069.
 
John and Judy Gay (Branch) Library:
The library provides traditional library programs, children, youth and adult programs, summer programs, English as a Second Language, several electronic (online) databases including Mango Languages (foreign language learning programs), genealogy and local history, public access computers with internet connections, and free Wi-Fi. All special activities are held at the main library on Hunt Street. Open Tue, noon-8pm; Wed-Sat, 10am-6pm; closed Sunday and Monday. (972) 547-7322. This library is located in Gabe Nesbitt Park at 6861 W. Eldorado Parkway, 75070.
 
The Village Garden at The Village of Fairview:
Amenities include 55 private raised beds, seven community plots and a small orchard. The garden is open to area residents and to families that depend on the ACO Food Pantry. (972) 549-4010. 329 Town Place, Fairview, TX 75069.
 
Big Orange Pumpkin (Patch) Farm, Celina:
There are hundreds of pumpkins to choose from. Activities include a spider hay bale, a roping pen, hay stacks, feeding animals, viewing goats on the goat bridge, and a hay ride. A $7 admission fee includes the hay ride, feed for the animals and a small or mid-sized pumpkin. The entry fee includes hot dogs on weekends. Children under 2 are free, but do not receive a pumpkin. Drinks and snacks are sold separately. A farm train is available on weekends for an additional fee. Their facilities are available for event rentals. Open mid-Sept through the first week of November, Mon-Fri, 9am-6pm; Sat, 10am-6pm; Sun, noon-6pm. (972) 382-4995. The farm is located at 5518 CR 126, Celina, Texas 75009. Celina is located at the intersection of SH 289, FM 1461 FM 428 and FM 455, 23 miles northwest of Fairview, Texas. Celina Map; Click to Enlarge  Celina Texas Area Map
 
Pho Crystal Restaurant:
(469) 342-6606. 431 Stacy Road, 75069. Reviews