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Atlantic Beach Information and Highlights

Atlantic Beach, FL is a residential community with 14,000 residents in northeast Florida. It is rich in historical value that many believe is the first native American year round settlement in North America. It is approximately three square miles in area with two miles of beaches.

It is an independent town that maintains its municipal government. Its residents hold a representative seat on the Jacksonville city council and may participate in their mayoral election as well.

History

Atlantic Beach dates back to the early 1900’s when it was a small beachside community. Henry Flagler, the creator of the Florida East Coast Railway, put this tiny town on the map when he built a Mayport depot station just north of the present day Adele Grage Cultural Center. In 1913, Ernest R. Beckett purchased Atlantic Beach. He then began paving streets, installing lights, and water and sewer systems. From that point, Atlantic Beach never looked back.

Its incorporation took place in 1926 with Harcourt Bull, Sr. as its first mayor. The establishment of Mayport Naval Station in 1940 and the Matthews Bridge in the mid-1950’s paved the way for other developments. The coming years saw additions of a sewer plant, fire department, police station and garbage collection take place. In 1957, Atlantic Beach officially became a city.

Present day Atlantic Beach sees mostly residential development with less than 10 percent of incorporated land remaining untouched. It is a popular tourist destination as well.

Location

Atlantic Beach sits in the North Eastern portion of Duval County, Florida. It is part of the Jacksonville Beaches community and is a short drive to the city of Jacksonville, Florida. It is mostly a residential beach community consisting of single-family homes.

Weather

Atlantic Beach, Florida gets 50 inches of rain per year. The U.S. average is 37 inches. Snowfall is 0 inches. The U.S. city average is 25 inches of snow per year. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 110.

On average, there are 223 sunny days per year in Atlantic Beach. The July high is approximately 89 degrees. The January low is 46 degrees. The comfort index, which looks at the humidity in warm months, is a 29 out of 100. A higher number is more comfortable. On average U.S. cities see a 44 on the comfort index.

Shopping

Being closely located to some of Florida’s major cities allows Atlantic Beach to offer access to some premier shopping outlets. The quality and value found in these retail stores are worth the short drive to get there.

Restaurants

You may have a sunburn from a day at the beach or unwilling to end your vacation and return to reality, but one thing you will never be in Atlantic Beach is hungry. There are a variety of dining options available that are sure to appeal to everyone.

  • Beach Diner - 501 Atlantic Blvd, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233 - (904) 249-6500

Nightlife

When the sun goes down, the fun continues in Atlantic Beach. Take in the sights and sounds of beach living, socialize with residents or just relax and unwind from a day in the Florida sun.

  • One Ocean Bar - 1 Ocean Blvd, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233 - (904) 249-7403
  • Poe’s Tavern - 363 Atlantic Blvd, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233 - (904) 241-7637

Schools

Atlantic Beach schools are part of the Duval County public school system. As the sixth largest school district in Florida, it provides educational services to approximately 128,000 students. The Duval County school district has a 74 percent graduation rate.

Landmarks

Being on Florida’s East coast makes it possible for Atlantic Beach to offer activities that take you out in the Florida sun or indoors where there is air conditioning. The choice is yours.

Conclusion

Atlantic Beach, Florida provides you with everything under the sun to do making it your home away from home. Residents love having pristine beaches as their backyard scenery and visitors vow never to leave. Atlantic Beach is a perfect place to start the next chapter of your life.

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