The city’s population has steadily grown every year since at least 2010, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
An acceleration of the commercial sector, especially in the area of apartments, is the driving force behind the uptick, according to the district's chief appraiser.
Here are five recent updates from the Dallas-Fort Worth area, on a butcher shop in Keller, expanded COVID-19 testing in Collin County and more.
There were 14 new cases of coronavirus reported by Collin County health officials May 22, as well as the first Richardson death within the county.
Case numbers are trending lower than weeks prior. Additionally, hospitalizations, emergency room visits and intensive care unit admissions have remained relatively flat, according to the county.
In April, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced that independent, freestanding ERs in Texas and several other states can be recognized health care providers eligible for reimbursement for treating Medicaid and Medicare patients during the coronavirus pandemic.
The North Texas Food Bank received a $100,000 donation from online retailer Amazon as the nonprofit continues to provide meals for residents in need.
Luna Grill donates 450 meals to Methodist Richardson Medical Center, hundreds more across Dallas-Fort Worth
Luna Grill is committed to feeding more than 20,000 workers across 37 hospitals, including several in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, in the coming weeks, a company representative said.
The preliminary property valuation countywide is $156 billion, compared with the 2019 certified tax roll of more than $149 billion, according to the latest numbers from the Collin Central Appraisal District.
Texas openings are staggered with different opening dates and operating limits.
CVS Health is opening 44 new COVID-19 test sites at drive-thru locations across Texas, including a number of locations in the DFW area, according to a May 21 announcement by Gov. Greg Abbott.
All patients, residents and staff at Texas' 23 state hospitals and supported living centers will be tested for coronavirus regardless of symptoms or exposure.
The bakery has moved to a new location on Greenville Avenue.
The College Board's annual Advanced Placement exams were moved online due to coronavirus concerns, but glitches on the testing website are requiring some students to either email their test results or take a makeup test.
An additional 28 positive cases of coronavirus were reported by Collin County health officials May 21.
Texas state agencies and institutions of higher education to expect a 5% reduction in budget plans for the 2020-21 biennium as part of the state's response to the economic ramifications of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The district is waiting for guidance from the Texas Education Agency before deciding whether to reopen partially, reopen fully or continue with completely remote instruction.
Richardson residents, business owners and students may be eligible for assistance to help alleviate financial hardships caused by COVID-19.
Gov. Abbott removes late-fee barrier for Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission license, permit renewal
Gov. Greg Abbott is allowing the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission to waive the late fee for license and permit renewals that have lapsed since March 13, according to a May 20 press release.
Testing in Richardson will begin Friday, May 22 and is expected to be completed by Saturday, May 23.
Questions about a Texas driver's license? Department of Public Safety offices to begin phased reopening May 26
Limited services will be offered by appointment only.
The business opened in the Richardson Heights Shopping Center 16 years ago.
Read the latest census data for Dallas-Fort Worth-area cities here.
Collin County health officials reported 17 new positive cases of coronavirus May 20.
“Small businesses are having to pivot, and we are seeing that. We are having businesses that had one business model that had to change," said Adriana Cruz, executive director for economic development and tourism in the Office of the Texas Governor.