Titusville, FL


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Titusville, FL

About Titusville, FL

Titusville, FL rests off Florida's coast between two barrier islands--Cape Canaveral and Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge--providing easy access to pristine beaches and excellent fishing spots. It provides plenty of family friendly fun with its Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and nearby Brevard Zoo. Large metro area set in the coastal plains and wetlands of Florida. Primary industries include aerospace and manufacturing. Noteworthy features include shoreline and retirement destination. - In eastern Florida, 75 miles southeast of Orlando and 100 miles north of Miami..

Location Details

State: Florida
County: Brevard County
Metro Area: Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville Metro Area
City: Titusville
Zip Codes: 32780 32796
Cost of Living: -4.4% lower
Time zone: Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Elevation: 16 ft above sea level
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Palm Bay, FL is a cozy city on the east coast of Florida, about 70 miles southeast of Orlando. It's part of a bigger area known as the Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville metro area. The story of this place begins in the early 1900s when it was mainly a spot for farming and fishing. Over time, especially in the mid-20th century, it started to grow because of the space industry nearby.

The area is flat and close to the Atlantic Ocean, making it perfect for beach lovers. There are also lots of parks and nature preserves around, which means you can easily find a place to relax in nature or enjoy outdoor activities. The weather here is subtropical, so expect hot and humid summers, mild winters, and a chance of hurricanes from June to November.

The local economy is pretty varied. Big industries include aerospace, defense, technology, healthcare, and tourism. Companies like Harris Corporation and Northrop Grumman offer a lot of jobs, making the area's job market quite stable. Tourism is also getting bigger, thanks to beautiful natural spots and the close distance to Orlando's theme parks.

When it comes to politics, most people in Palm Bay lean conservative, but there's a mix of views because of demographic changes and more young people moving in. This makes the community politically active and diverse in opinions.

Living in Palm Bay is laid-back and friendly. The cost of living is generally affordable, especially compared to other Florida cities. The community here is close-knit, with lots of family-friendly events and activities throughout the year. Whether you're into boating, fishing, golfing, or just spending time at the beach, there's plenty to do.

For new residents, it's important to get ready for the weather. Summers can be really hot, so finding ways to stay cool is key. Also, being prepared for hurricane season is a must. Despite this, Palm Bay offers a welcoming atmosphere, with a good balance between peaceful living and access to outdoor fun.

In conclusion, Palm Bay, FL, is a growing city with a strong sense of community and lots of natural beauty. It's a place where you can enjoy the outdoors, benefit from a stable job market, and live comfortably without spending too much. Newcomers will find it a welcoming place to call home.

Titusville Cost of Living
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About an hour to Orlando, shoreline, and natural beauty make Titusville a great place to live.

$267,400
-26.4% lower than avg
$50,383
-37.0% lower than avg
$1,210 /mo
Monthly rent (2br)
-18.2% lower than avg
Titusville Crime
51.9 / 100
Crime is ranked on a scale of 1 (low) to 100 (high). US average: 35.4
Minimum annual income
To live comfortably in Titusville, Florida
$51,120
for a family
$40,000
for a single person
Pros & Cons of Titusville
   About an hour to Orlando
Stifling humidity
   Shoreline
Summer heat
   Natural beauty
Tornados, hurricanes, wildfires
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Over 11 years ago

Education is important to this area as many of the children have parents that are over educated for the area only because they work (or used to work) on the space  More

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Over 11 years ago

I moved here from upstate NY where I was making $16/hr... that was in 1998. We sold our house and did some traveling then ended up here in Titusville in 2004. There are  More

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Over 11 years ago

Hot and humid. The loss of the shuttle program has caused for thousands of nice homes to be for sale at ultra inexpensive prices. Good grocery  More

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