Palm Coast is a city located in Flagler County in the US state of Florida. In the 2010 Census, it had a population of 75,180 and a population density of 319.56 people per square kilometer. it is a very recent city, founded in 1999, which has since grown faster than any other American city.
Location in Flagler County, Florida
Location in Florida in USA.
|・ Country||United States|
|・ Total||235.26 km²|
|・ Land||232.77 km²|
|・ Water||(1.06%) 2.49 km²|
|・ Average||8 m sec. n. m.|
|・ Total||75,180 rooms.|
|・ Density||319.56 room/km²|
|Time zone||This one: UTC-5|
|・ in summer||UTC-4|
Much of Palm Coast's success is due to its climate, not forgetting its proximity to beaches and other tourist and shopping centers like Orlando, Daytona Beach, San Agustín and Jacksonville.
Its population is dynamic and diverse; according to the United States Census Office in 2006, the city had 68,013 inhabitants. According to the 2000 census, the racial composition of the population was 85.04% white, 10.275% black or African-American, 0.24% Native American, 1.52% Asian, 0.03% Pacific, 1.23% other origins and 1.68% of two or more races. 6.71% of the population is of Hispanic or Latino origin regardless of their race of origin.
This is an area that began a slow process of urbanization, especially since the 1970s, a process that by the 1990s had already led to the creation of a real city. For this reason, the official independence of the city took place on 31 December 1999.
Palm Coast is divided into many different sections, both North, South and West. The most prominent neighborhoods are Matanzas Wood, Indian Trails. The Woodlands, Palm Harbor, Pine Lakes, Lehigh Woods, Cypress Knoll, Seminole Woods and Quail Hollow.
Palm Coast is located at coordinates. According to the United States Census Bureau, Palm Coast has a total area of 235,26 km², of which 232,77 km² is land and 2,49 km² is water.
According to the 2010 census, there were 75,180 people residing in Palm Coast. The population density was 319.56 inhabitants/km². Of the 75,180 inhabitants, Palm Coast was composed of 79.89% white, 12.75% African American, 0.25% Amerindian, 2.53% Asian, 0.07% Pacific Islanders, 1.95% were non-American, and 2.55% belong to they had two or more races. Of the total population, 10.05% were Hispanics or Latinos of any race.