Plano Municipal Center

The Plano Municipal Center is located in Downtown Plano. The building hosts many of the city’s deaprtments, including Parks and Recreation and the Mayor’s Office.

East Plano has three DART stations, great for people who commute to Dallas!

East Plano is home to three stations of the DART red rail-line: Parker Station, Downtown Plano, and the Bush Turnpike Station. DART rail is great for commuters who work in Downtown Dallas, as well as an easy way to get to Maverick games and the Texas State Fair.

The Interurban Railroad Museum in Downtown Plano.

The Interurban Railway Museum in Downtown Plano celebrates the Texas Electric Railway that ran from 1908-1948, from Denison to Dallas. The musuem was completed in the 1990’s and is free to the public.

Haggard Park in Downtown Plano.

Haggard Park in Downtown Plano is within walking distance of the Downtown Plano DART station. The park boasts a bridge, a pond, and a gazebo that can be rented out for events such as weddings.

Bob Woodruff Park in East Plano.

Bob Woodruff Park in East Plano is on of the larger green areas in the city. Many events take place at Bob Woodruff park including Camp Cimmarron, a summer day camp for kids that is provided by the city.

Downtown Plano DART station.

The Downtown Plano DART station is located within easy walking distance of great restaurants and shopping. There are many condos and apartments located near the station, making it a great place to live for commuters.

Downtown Plano has lots of shopping and restaurants.

Downtown Plano has lots of shopping and restaurants to enjoy. Downtown Plano has been greatly revitilized the last ten years and is still adding restaurants and shops.

Playground at Bob Woodruff Park.

Bob Wooduff Park in Plano has many ammentities from a large play ground to biking paths to picnic tables. The park has a large pavilion that can be rented out by residents for special occassions.