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Demographics

The City of Palm Bay has a small town flavor, cultural diversity and a down-to-earth hard working mentality. The workforce is education, talent and tech rich. Palm Bay is family and citizen focused with parks, outdoor adventures and healthy living!

The City of Palm Bay is the largest city in Brevard County and 2nd largest city in Central Florida, while only being 30% built-out, which offers high potential for growth, innovation and opportunities for businesses, both domestic and international. Palm Bay's rich heritage in high-tech research and development, and manufacturing which began over 30 years ago, continues to grow today.

Quick Facts:

Population: 114,000+
Median income: $63,300
Approximately 280 acres of developed parkland
12 miles to the beaches
44 miles to Kennedy Space Center
10 miles Orlando-Melbourne International Airport
85 miles to Disney World

For more information visit Economic Development site.


Climate

Palm Bay Weather 

The climate has always been Florida's most important natural resource, which is reflected in its official nickname, the "Sunshine State." Palm Bay's climate is subtropical. Rainfall is the heaviest in the summer, with drier weather prevailing in the winter months. Summers throughout the state are long, very warm, and fairly humid; and, daily thunderstorms are the norm. Winters are mild with periodic invasions of cool to occasionally cold air. Coastal areas in all sections of Florida average slightly warmer temperatures in winter and cooler ones in summer.

 

Castaway Point Park

Castaway Point Park