White City, FL

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White City, FL

About White City, FL

Living in White City, FL is a truly unique experience. The town has a small population of just over 1,000 people yet it offers the amenities of a much larger city. There are plenty of outdoor activities to take part in such as fishing, boating and camping at nearby parks and lakes. Shopping and dining opportunities abound with many locally owned businesses offering everything from fresh produce to home goods. White City is also an extremely safe place to live, with low crime rates and friendly neighbors all around. Those who choose to make White City their home will find that it’s the perfect place for a relaxed lifestyle in the sun. Beach-city complex - Central Atlantic coast between Melbourne and West Palm Beach, 125 miles north of Miami.

State: Florida
County: St. Lucie County
Metro Area: Port St. Lucie Metro Area
City: White City
Zip Codes: No Zip Codes Here.
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Time zone: Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Elevation: 11 ft above sea level

The towns of Port St. Lucie and Fort Pierce are among several that make up the south end of the so-called “Treasure Coast,” named for old Spanish shipwrecks lying off the coast. These are smaller, comfortable, more laid-back residential communities than the bustling beach cities farther south. Port St. Lucie is a small, business-friendly but largely nondescript community just south and inland from Fort Pierce along U.S. 1.

Growth is rapid, as is redevelopment as the town makes the transition from a sleepy backwater to a preferred small town destination. Employers include QVC, Tropicana and a Wal-Mart distribution center, but the area in general doesn’t have a lot of high paying jobs. Fort Pierce shares the story with a little more historic interest and typical beachfront amenities. Entertainment is provided by baseball spring-training camps, golf, water sports and the study and viewing of wildlife. The area is still less crowded and affected by sprawl problems than those areas to the south, but it’s also far from services such as healthcare and air transportation. The long commute times reflect distances from jobs rather than congestion.

The landscape consists of a barrier island and coastal plain—topography typical of Florida’s coastal cities. There is extensive agriculture, tropical trees, and vegetation inland. Lake Okeechobee is 40 miles to the southwest. The subtropical coastal climate is pleasant year-round. Summer temperatures are tempered by ocean breezes and by the frequent formation of afternoon cumulus clouds and showers. Temperatures of 90 degrees have occurred in all months but seldom reach 100. There is some hurricane risk, but the area is north of the major hurricane tracks.

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White City Cost of Living

Attractive setting, strong job growth, and water recreation make White City a great place to live.

-17.8% lower than avg
+13.1% higher than avg
$1,127 /mo
Monthly rent (2br)
-1.9% lower than avg
White City Crime
41.8 / 100
Crime is ranked on a scale of 1 (low) to 100 (high). US average: 35.4
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Pros & Cons of White City
   Attractive setting
Hurricane risk
   Strong job growth
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   Water recreation
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