Area Code 754 Location - Florida
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Area Code 754, Florida Cities, Neighborhoods and Local Features
- Coconut Creek
- Cooper City
- Coral Springs
- Dania Beach
- Deerfield Beach
- Fort Lauderdale
- Hallandale Beach
- Lauderdale Lakes
- North Lauderdale
- Pembroke Pines
- Pompano Beach
Florida: One of the 50 States that make up the United States of America was founded on March 3, 1845, becoming the 27th State in the country. Discovered in the year 1,498, it was an area populated by natives, colonized by the Spaniards during the 16th century, establishing towns, forts and Jesuit and Franciscan missions in several regions. By the beginning of the seventeenth century, the English occupied the north and little by little moved south, having to face the Spanish, who returned to the year 1674 to what is known, today, as Georgia.
From there, the Second Seminole War began, which confronted the Indians with Army troops, who defeated the Seminoles and succeeded in founding State 27 of Florida in 1845,starting the cotton plantations, worked by the slaves, which made up 44% of the total population of 140,424 inhabitants for the year 1860. Declaring the separation of the Union and becoming a member of the Confederate States of America in 1861, restoring representation in Congress on June 25, 1868.
Currently, the Governor is Republican Rick Scott, has two Senators, Republican Marco Rubio and Senior Senator Bill Nelson of the Democratic Party. Florida is located in the southern part of the United States, with the states of Alabama and Georgia to the north, the Florida Strait to the south, the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Gulf of Mexico to the west.
Account with the third position, taking into account the total population and in the 22nd place, among the States with the largest area. The geographic coordinates are 28 Â° 08'00 "North and 81 Â° 37'54" West and occupy two different time zones. The capital, Tallahassee, is located in the county of LeÃ³n and the city with the largest number of inhabitants is Miami, located in Miami-Dade County. In the State two languages are spoken, English in 58.54% of the population and Spanish spoken by 34.6%, in the south especially in Miami, establishing itself as the second official language, since 1993.
It is conformed by 67 counties with a surface of 170,378 km Â², of which 30,983 km Â², correspond to the water, that is to say, 18% of the total. As for the highest elevation, it is 106 meters above sea level, at the top of Britton Hill, Walton County and the average elevation, about 30 meters, as the city of Clearwater. Almost two-thirds of the surface is the extension of land that forms the peninsula, which is located between the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. With the largest surface of coasts in the country, it reaches a total of 1,350 miles, without taking into account the Barrera Islands. It is characterized by having a sedimentary soil and most of it is at sea level, distinguishing itself by limiting both the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean.
For the year 2015, it was placed in the eighth place among those with the highest population density, since it had 20,271,272 inhabitants and a population concentration of 132.73 inhabitants per kmÂ²,the most populated city, with 805,605 citizens, and with greater extension, as far asthe Surface area, by union with Duval County, inJacksonville, while the one that owns the most urbanized zone is the metropolitan area of â€‹â€‹Miami.
The mix of races among the current population of 19,317,568 inhabitants is very diverse, showing a population density of 75% of whites, Hispanics can be found in 22.5%, 16% correspond to African-Americans, 2, 4% comes from Asians, 0.4% is made up of native Indians and the remaining percentage is from other races. The climate that can be found in Florida is semi-tropical and humid. In the city of Miami, the effects of global warming can be felt, reaching temperatures of 32 Â° C between June and August, with a humidity of approximately 100%. From December to March the figures descend to about 25 Â° C, the minimum temperature registered in January can reach 9 Â° C.
Generally, it rains throughout the year, except for the winter months. The precipitations are short and the annual level is between 51 mm and 203 mm. The hurricane season is recorded between August and October. It has beaches of incomparable beauty and a spectacular flora. In the area of â€‹â€‹the Everglades are concentrated about 1,000 miles of marshes, with a characteristic fauna, such as the American crocodile, the manatee,and the panther and is one of the tourist spots. In the archipelago Cays, towards the southern tip of the peninsula, there are 150 miles of coral reefs. For the year 2005, it presented a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of $734,519 million and an average income per capita of $40,245, increasing, for the year 2.016, the amount of $926 million, becoming one of the four largest economies in the country. In the year 2010, it was in fourth place in exports nationwide. The Human Development Index (HDI) is among the highest, with the 37th position, being 0.711.
Tourism companies generate jobs for approximately 18.8 million. On Amelia Island, there are the most visited beaches due to its sunny climate throughout the year, the central area full of history and the opportunity to appreciate the nests of turtles and whales, as they can be found swimming on the coasts. The income of this Island comes from 35% of tourism and 17% in other counties.
Coconut Creek located in the northern area of â€‹â€‹Broward County was incorporated in the year 1967, separating Pompano Beach County in 1960. This city is part of the metropolitan statistical zone of Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach and limits the north with the unincorporated county of Palm Beach, to the west with Coral Springs, Parkland,and Margate, to the east with Deerfield Beach and to the southeast and east with Pompano Beach. It is located between the coordinates 26 Â° 16'30 "North and 80 Â° 11'5" West (26.275010, -80.184719).
For the year 2012, it had a population of 55,001 inhabitants, but in an estimate made in 2,016, the figure had increased to 59,405, with a population density of 5,009.70 inhabitants per square mile or 1,934.27 per km kmÂ². The city has an extension of 31.1kmÂ², corresponding 30.7 kmÂ² to the earth's surface and 1.21%, that is, 0.4 kmÂ² is of water. The highest point of the city is 4 meters. In the year 2010, the total population of whites was 75.3%, 59.7% were whites without including Hispanics, African Americans were 13.7%, Latinos including other races, 20.4%, Asians were 3.8%. , American Indians by 0.1% and between 3.0% and 4.1% of various races.
Currently, it is governed by Major Josh Rydell and Vice Mayor Sandra L. Welch. It is recognized in all places on the planet, such as the Capital of the World, for having the largest butterfly aviary, where you can find more than 80 species and about 5,000 exemplary butterflies, called Butterfly World (The Butterfly World).
It has a climate of tropical savannah, with the highest temperatures of the year in the month of August, which can reach 92 Â° F or 33 Â° C, the humidity during the summer is higher than in the winter months. The coldest time is between December and January when temperatures of 58 Â° F or 14 Â° C occur. The rains throw an annual average of 57.27 inches, having likeda month with more precipitations to June, arriving to fall until 7.31 inches of rain.
In the year 2010, a total of 25,926 households were registered, with an unemployment rate of 12.2%. For the year 2000, there were 20,093 family homes, in which 22.0% had children under the age of 18 years still living with them, 49.4% corresponded to stable couples, 7.7% were single women with family and 40.1% were not They had family ties. In all the houses, 32.5% are inhabited by people and 18.0% are inhabited by people over 65 living alone. The families had a size between 2.16 and 2.73, the population under 18 was 18.0%, between 18 and 24 years old were in 5.6%, those between 25 and 44 years old in 31.3%, from 45 to 64 are an 18.6% and 26.5% for those over 65 years of age. The population had an average age that was around 41 years. The statistics were for every 100 women about 86.8 men and for 100 women who were older than 18 years, there were 82.5 men.
The average income for each family was $43,980 and each had an average income of $55,131. The average salary of men was $40,965 and that of women was $31,188. The per capita amount was $25,590, with a poverty level of 5.1% of families and approximately 7.1% of the population, with 10.5% under 18 and 5.3% over 65. The English language was spoken, as a first language, with 79.23% of the citizens, Spanish had 11.18%, other languages â€‹â€‹such as Portuguese, it was spoken in a 1.79%, Yiddish a 1.37%, and French was spoken by a 1.17% and Italian by 1.40% of the inhabitants, for the year 2000. It was also in the 26th place, as the most occupied by Brazilians in the country, with 1.2% of the population, as well as Belle Isle, Big Pine Keys and other areas to the northwest.
Fort Lauderdale is renowned for the number of water channels, such as the Venice of America and is located in Broward County, between Miami-Dade and Palm Beach, nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the New River. It is located in the seventh place, as the largest city of La Florida, with an area of â€‹â€‹99.9 kmÂ², of which 90.04 kmÂ² is occupied by land and some 9.86 kmÂ² by water with 11 km of beaches, that is, 9.87%, the average altitude is 2 meters above sea level. By 2010 there were 165,521 inhabitants and there was a population concentration of 1,656.89 citizens per kmÂ², housing more than 5,413,212 people. There were many races that made up 62.64% of whites, African Americans counted by 30.96%, Asians by 1.48%, Native Americans by 0.27%, Pacific Islanders 0, 05%, 13.75% of Hispanics and 2.49% and 2.12% were from other races. In a study conducted in 2016, these figures increased to 178,752 inhabitants and a population density of 1,656.89 inhabitants per kmÂ².
The city is in the coordinates 26 Â° 8'29 "North and 80 Â° 8'38" West, taking the towns of Wilton Manors, Deerfield Beach and Pompano Beach, to the south Hollywood and Dania Beach, to the east Lauderdale by the Sea and Sea Ranch Lakes, west to Plantation, Cooper City Lauderdale Lakes and Lauderhill, southwest to Davie and northwest to Oakland Park, North Lauderdale and Tamarac.
The center of the economy is tourism with more than 10.35 million visitors, during the year 2006. In addition, having beaches there are a number of 42,000 boats belonging to the inhabitants, with about 100 ports for sports and serving as shipyards. Among the restaurants, you can find more than 4,100 with a variety of gastronomic proposals and some 120 nightclubs and night spots. The installation of industries that deal with marine areas, finance, insurers, manufacturing, real estate, aviation, advanced technology, performing arts, such as film and television have also been increasing the aerospace activity. Air passenger traffic has had a considerable increase, registering flights to Central and South America.
On the coast of Fort Lauderdale, is Osborne Reef, which has become a reservoir of tires and debris washed away by hurricanes, which has resulted in ecological damage to the environment. The actions implemented by the Army, the Navy and the personnel of the Coast Guard, to clean the area are managing to remove more than 700,000 tires. Other attractions that the city has are the cultural activities that take place at the Broward Center for Performing Arts. On the Boulevard â€œThe wavesâ€ you can find many centers dedicated to fashion and entertainment. Education has excellent colleges, both federal, state and municipal, among which are Broward Community College and the University of Florida Atlantic.
The city was founded on March 27, 1911, and is currently governed by the Democratic Mayor Jack Seller. Being such a young city, he has a football team in the NASL, recognized as the Fort Lauderdale Strikers. Tourism and business have made it an interesting place to visit. From the decade of the 20, began the economic development of the area. After the end of the Second World War, the members of the army returned and gave it a new impulse, increasing the population for the year 1960 by 230% more than in 1950. During the years 1980 and 1990, the number of inhabitants decreased from 153,279 to 149,377 people, taking a turn in the year 2,000, when the population reached 152,397, obtaining more than 18,000 citizens, thanks to the accession of 7 districts not incorporated into Broward.
Hollywood is located between Fort Lauderdale and Miami in Broward County, was founded on November 18, 1921, and the current Mayor is Peter Bober. Being the twelfth largest city, it has an area of â€‹â€‹79.5 kmÂ², corresponding a total of 70.88 kmÂ² to land area and an amount of 8.62 kmÂ² is occupied by water; approximately 10.85% of the territory is beaches. It is in the coordinates 26 Â° 1'52 "North and 80 Â° 9'53" West, in the southwest area of â€‹â€‹the county.
For the year 2010, there was a population of 140,768 inhabitants, increasing for 2013 to a total of 146,526 residents, with a population concentration of 1,770.62 inhabitants per kmÂ². In the census conducted in 2010, there was a population composed of 72.67% white, 32.55% Hispanic, African Americans had 16.75%, Native American Indians were 0.37%, those from the Pacific Islands were 0.09%, Asians 2.41%, 4.47% belonged to other races and 3.25% were between two or more races.
In a census applied in the year 2000, it was concluded that there were a total of 3,969 households, of which 24.9% had children under 18 living with them, legally constituted marriages formed 41.5%, households with a woman without a partner was 11.9% and in 42.2% of the residents they had no family ties. The households that were made up of a single person were 34.4%, registering 13.1% of the homes in which a person over 65 lived. The families had an average size of 3.00 members and the index of inhabitants for each house was 2.31. The average for every 100 women was 94.1 men and for women over 18, for every 100 there were 90.9 men.
The population under 18 years old was 21.3%, while those aged between 18 and 24 years old were 7.0%, those between 25 and 44 years old were 31.3%, percentage for residents between 45 and 64 years was 23.1% and for those over 65, it was 17.3%. The population had an average age of 39 years.
In each of the households, an average salary of $36,714 was paid, with a family salary of $44,849. The salary for men was, on average, about $33,102, while for women, the salary was $27,237. As for per capita income, it was estimated that it was about $22,097, with a poverty level of 9.9% of the population and that reached 13.2% of families, being those under 18 years in poverty 18.1% and people over 65 years 11.8%. In the year 1.991, the watch and writing factory Invicta Group and the center where the customer is supported were established in the city of Hollywood. You can also find the offices of the HEICO Corporation. Public schools and libraries are managed by Broward County.
Among the famous people of the city you can mention Victoria Justice, recognized actress; Nicholas Theodore "Nick" Nemeth, who has distinguished himself as a professional wrestler and represents WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment); Lenika de Simone, Spanish ex-gymnast who took part in the Olympic Games in Beijing 2008 and Norman Reedus, film actor and television series, among many others. The climate in the city presents some hot summers, quite long and cloudy, observing a maximum temperature of 33 Â° C and in the winter season, which is very short, it is very humid and windy. During this season temperatures can reach 9 Â° C, at least and at 16 Â° C maximum.
The days are usually cleared for almost 8 months a year, having a partially cloudy weather during 69% of the time and very cloudy the remaining 31%. The rains last 4.7 months, from May to October and the driest period is 7.3 months from October to May. The minimum precipitation level is 35 mm and the maximum is presented in June with 164 mm. Sunrise located in the center-west area in Broward County. Thanks to the initiative of Norman Johnson, the city was incorporated in the year 1961; boosting development in the area, which by the time was very depopulated. It is located at coordinates 26 Â° 10'12 "North and 80 Â° 15'34" West, has an extension of 47.42 kmÂ², having a proportion of 46.87 kmÂ² of land and 0.56 kmÂ², which belong to water, or be, a 1.17%. The altitude of the area has an average of 2 meters above sea level.
According to figures issued in the 2010 census, there was a population of 84,439 people, with a population density of 1,789.56 inhabitants per kmÂ². Out of this total population, there was a racial mixture defined by 56.4% of white people, 25.61% were Latino, 31.81% belonged to African-Americans, 0.3% were American Indians, 0.08% were people from the islands of the Americas. Pacific, a 4.07 Asians, 4.05% were considered of other races and a 3.28% had mixtures of two or more races.
The climate of the city is between temperate and cold, having a number of precipitations quite important. The temperature that occurs throughout the year can be between 6 Â° C and the maximum can reach 28 Â° C and an average temperature of 21.5 Â° C. The level of rains is lower, during the month of February with 19 mm, reached the maximum in June, when it reaches 112 mm, estimating about 764 mm per year. The average humidity is 68%.
Among the most outstanding activities that can be done in the city, there is a variety of amusement parks dedicated to skating, cycling, zoos, among others, such as the All Saints Carnival, Off The Wall Trampoline Fun Center, K1 Speed, Extreme Range Paintball Park, Little Critters Corral, Oak Hammock Park, Cypress Preserve Park, Welleby Park, Markham Park Mountain Bike Trails, Uncle Bernie's Amusement Park.
In the last 10 years, the standard of living of citizens has been improved, investing an estimated $325 million in public works. Also, the amount of the tax that is canceled on the property has been reduced for 13 years. The urbanizations have a good maintenance service, with private golf courses and houses to rent in optimal conditions. It has soccer clubs, tennis courts, swimming pools, theaters, art galleries, public schools, libraries and many activities for the elderly.
Coral Spring is located in Broward County, between the coordinates 26 Â° 16'15 "North and 80 Â° 15'34" West, in the southern area of â€‹â€‹the State of Florida. At present, it is led by the Democratic Mayor Walter G. Skip Campbell, who was elected in the year 2014. The city was made official on July 10, 1963. He had his birth, thanks to Coral Ridge Properties, which later became IMC Communities. From its foundation until the 90s, it grew rapidly and has remained among the most organized, due to the fiscal management of the government, generating benefits for families and with a minimum crime rate.
Before joining the community, it was a marshy area and after several constructions of dams and drainage channels, it became an agricultural and livestock area. At the end of the Second World War, the real development began, increasing the population and the manufacture of houses, shops, parks, schools. In the year 2.006, it obtained the qualification like the city number 27 of the United States, where it was possible to be lived, by the Magazine Money. During the year 2007, it was classified as the tenth safest city in the country, by Morgan Quitno, and ranked among the 100 best for children.
For the year 2006, it was estimated that there were 75.6% white people, 24.5% Hispanics, 12.7% blacks, Asians were 4.4% and 27.7% foreigners. The level of poverty was 5.8% and the average income of a family was around $69,808. Households with children under the age of 18 were 43.2%, stable couples represented 60.6%, women alone, head of household were 17.3%, people over 65 years living alone were 3.2% and 18.9% did not have any family ties. The households had an average size of 3.11 and the families had a size of 3.45.
According to the 2010 census, there was a population of 121,096 people and the population concentration was 1,948.87 inhabitants per kmÂ². As for the surface, it has an extension of 62.14 kmÂ², having an amount of 61.62 kmÂ² occupied by land and an area of â€‹â€‹0.52 kmÂ², that is, 0.83% of the land that belongs to the water. The highest altitude of the geography is 3 meters above sea level. This same study, showed figures related to the percentage of races existing in the city, estimating 69.17% of white people, 23.49% of Latin inhabitants, 5.1% considered themselves as Asians, Native American Indians were 0.24%, Those who came from the Pacific Islands had a 0.06% presence in the city, 4.19% belonged to other races and 3.31% were of different mixtures. An average of more than 72.6% of residents over 16 years of age was part of the labor force, while 95% were employed and only 5% were unemployed. The population that held managerial and level positions was 39.5%, in a 32.9 were those who worked in sales and offices, those who provided service were 12.8%, 7.6% were engaged in construction, 7% to production and transport and a 0.1 dealt with agriculture, fisheries, and forestry. At the beginning of the year 2.017, the amount of the property tax was the second smallest among the largest cities in Broward, with 0.587% of the assessed cost per year.
Coral Springs is located between the cities of Parkland, located to the north, in the south, it borders Tamarac, in the east Coconut Creek, southeast Margate and North Lauderdale and to the west is the Everglades. Temperatures can reach a maximum level of 33 Â° C in the summer months, between June and August and a minimum of 24 Â° C can be recorded. During the winter, temperatures reach 14 Â° C in January and February.
The average rainfall between April and September is more intense than at the beginning of the year, where it tends to be drier. The monthly rainfall rate is between 2.8 inches in January and February and the highest in June, which reaches 7.3 inches. Humidity levels can reach 97%. Hurricanes are more frequent between June and November. Since the foundation of the city, the strongest hurricane was Wilma, in 2005. As a result of intense hurricanes, the number of trees in the city has been reduced.
The city features a variety of theme parks, museums, art galleries, restaurants, shopping and entertainment centers, such as Three Mountains Natural Area Park, Betti Stradling Park, Orchid Park, Firefighters Park, Vincent Torres Memorial Park, Liberty Park, Hampton Pines Park, North Community Park, Sandy Ridges Sanctuary, Woodville Dog Park, among many others. It has museums and galleries such as the Coral Springs Museum of Arts, casinos such as the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek.
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