We serve the communities of Paloma Creek, Providence and Savannah, as well as the surrounding towns of Aubrey, Celina, Cross Roads, Denton, Frisco, Krugerville, Lakewood Village, Little Elm, McKinney, Oak Point, Pilot Point and Prosper, Texas. We publish our 380 Guide Magazine for northeast Denton County on a bi-monthly basis, delivered directly to resident's homes along the 380 Highway corridor. Our piece includes travel tips, community events, local business profiles, and showcases local artists in the northeast Denton County/Highway 380 Corridor community! Our goal is to guide you to vital community information and information about your local business community.
The 380 Guide provides a one stop portal for news and information for community and local business in the 380 Corridor.
This area of northeast Denton County and northwest Collin County is already home to 200,000+ residents according to data from the North Central Texas Council of Governments and is growing much faster than the national average. Despite the exploding population, new residents sometimes find themselves in an information vacuum regarding this vibrant new community and the surrounding area. The master planned communities along the 380 Highway corridor have much to offer the growing population and 380 Guide was founded as a way for residents to share their excitement about this truly remarkable area.
The 380Guide website helped recognize and fill the overwhelming need for a locally focused, cohesive form of communication in the U.S. 380 corridor. Along with the website, the 380 Guide expanded to offer a full color glossy 8x11 bi-monthly magazine featuring news, profiles of prominent citizens, and community information for the 380 corridor. The 380 Guide magazine reaches 35,000 homes in the area, with an estimated readership of 90,000. 380 Guide is also made available in neighborhood clubhouses and local businesses. The Aubrey and Little Elm Chamber of Commerce distribute additional magazines to new homeowners in the area.
As the corridor continues to grow, the information needs throughout the corridor grow as well. This has led to the creation of a third information source: the 380 News. 380 News is a highly focused news piece bringing vital local information to the same residents served by the 380 Guide magazine. The newspaper brings local metro news, community announcements, church directories, events, entertainment and local sports to residents of the Highway 380 corridor. With a readership of 36,000 and growing, 380News aims to be the definitive source of information for this dynamic community.
We hope that through our website, newspaper and magazine, we can keep you informed and connected to your community. We welcome your input and suggestions.