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Average Electricity Rates & Energy Usage in Richardson

In November, the average electricity rate in Richardson was 14.82¢ per kWh. The average households monthly electricity usage was 845 kWh, making the average bill around $125.

based on EIA Data as of May, 2023

Cheapest Electricity Providers in Richardson

Wise Buy 24
est. avg. bill
GoodEnergy 12
est. avg. bill
Bigger Than Texas 24
est. avg. bill
Champ Saver-12
est. avg. bill

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About Richardson Texas

Richardson City History

In the 1840s, immigrants from Tennessee and Kentucky settled on a piece of land known as Richardson. There was a small settlement named Breckenridge, currently under Richland College, which existed before the civil war. However, it was not until 1873 that a depot was constructed towards the northwest part of Breckenridge. After the state purchased some acres for a township from the natives, blocks and lots were laid out after a survey that was sold in 1874. Richardson City acquired its name from the railroad's secretary, Alfred S. Richardson. As of 1910, Richland had a total population of 600 citizens, and because of continued growth, a red brick schoolhouse was constructed. It is currently the administration office of the Richardson Independent School District. Greenville, initially named red brick road, was completed in 1924. Because of this road, the city experienced increased traffic, property values, and population growth.

Richardson Culture

Richardson is home to Charles W. Eisemann Center for Performing Arts. Additionally, the site is considered the main venue where the Richardson Symphony Orchestra takes place, not to forget the Plano Symphony Orchestra.

Landmarks in Richardson, TX

  1. Adventure Landing Dallas

    This is an amazing water theme park and a family entertainment spot. Upon visiting the space, you will have enough fun doing stuff in the mini golf. Additionally, it’s quite an amazing place to visit with your family and friends for some amazing memories. They are known to have some good fries, and if you make it there with your baby, there's a cotton candy spot where they can enjoy it.

  2. Texas Pool

    This amazing place is registered in the national historic places and is also identified as one of Richardson's most amazing and welcoming spots. Their beautiful pool has an amazing environment that favors all ages. The pool's nice shape encompasses a children's swimming area, two slides, and a diving board.

Tourist Attraction Sites in Richardson, TX

  1. Prairie Creek Park

    This is quite an evergreen and scenic greenway with wonderful trails. The park has a waterfall, and this place is quite a wonderful place where you could take some morning walks or chill out with your pets frequently but ensure that all dogs are leashed to maintain the park's peace. Otherwise, the park is considered a hidden gem in the city. Some mini trails stem from the main ones that are rugged and lead deep inside the park for further exploration. If you love calm and relaxed environments, the park is full of benches where you can sit and enjoy the beauty of Mother Nature. The park's address is 2400 W Prairie Creek Dr, Richardson, 75080, TX, USA.

  2. Cotton Woodpark

    This is also a nice spot, more so for kids. They have a wonderful playground, and the park has more fun. You can do lots of things, including sliding, climbing, and spinning. Apart from being colorful, the park has some neat light all over. So if you love escaping reality for a while, you can hop on the merry-go-round and have fun with your kids. The park is at 1301 W Belt Line Rd, Richardson, 75080, TX, USA.