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Jacksonville Demographics

The population of Jacksonville is estimated at 807,815
There are 317,661 households within the city limits
The average income per household is $48,699
People who live in Jacksonville use the area code 904 (Find any phone number in Jacksonville here)

Famous People Who Have Lived in Jacksonville

Pat Boone, Gary "U.S." Bonds, Ronnie Van Zant, Ray Charles, Fred Durst, Charles E. Merrill (founder of Merrill Lynch & Company), Larry Brown, Rick Dees, and Merian C. Cooper (creator of King Kong).

Jacksonville History - Important Notes

During the early 1900's, Jacksonville became known as the "Winter Film Capital of the World" because more than 30 movies were filmed in the area.

The city was named for the 7th President of the United States, Andrew Jackson.

In 1940, the Naval Air Station Jacksonville (aka "NAS Jax") was completed in Jacksonville. Thousands of troops would train there in preparation for World War II, and it would later be the birthplace of the famous Blue Angels.

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Things to do in Jacksonville

Check out the local sports teams including the Jacksonville Suns (Baseball), and Jaguars (Football)
Experience a protected park habitat on a Segway with an EcoMotion Tour
Relax at the Huguenot Memorial Park
Share a day with wild creatures at the Jacksonville Zoo And Gardens
Tee off at one of the city's many golf courses

Important Addresses & Phone Numbers in Jacksonville

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Jacksonville International Airport
Jacksonville Convention & Visitors Bureau
Jacksonville Suns Baseball
Jacksonville Jaguars
Huguenot Memorial Park
University of North Florida
The Jacksonville Landing
Tree Hill Nature Center
Jacksonville Port Authority
Jacksonville Beach


2400 Yankee Clipper Dr, Jacksonville, FL 32218
550 Water St, Jacksonville, FL 32202
301 A Philip Randolph Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32202
1 Everbank Field Dr, Jacksonville, FL 32202
10980 Heckscher Dr, Jacksonville, FL 32226
4567 Saint John’s Bluff Rd S, Jacksonville, FL 32224
2 Independent Dr, Jacksonville, FL 32202
7152 Lone Star Rd, Jacksonville, FL 32211
2064 E 11th St, Jacksonville, FL 32206
11 North Third Street, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250

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About Jacksonville

Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon was the first non-native that is known to enter the Jacksonville area. He named the area Pascua Florida, and claimed the land for Spain. Nearly 50 years later Jean Ribault arrived and declared the area to be under French command. The French established a colony in 1564, but it was destroyed by Spanish troops the following year.

Florida was purchased from Spain for $5 million in 1819, and it officially became a state in 1845. Over the next few decades, Jacksonville grew immensely, but a tremendous fire in 1901 devastated the city. More than 2,300 building were destroyed, and thousands of people lost their homes. The fire began when a cinder from a stove landed in a pile of dry moss and immediately ignited. Flames spread far too rapidly for anyone to control, and the citizens abandoned their homes en masse.

Efforts to rebuild Jacksonville started almost immediately. Between 1901 and 1912, architects from all over the country arrived and helped oversee the construction of 13,000 buildings. The city's railways and waterways allowed for the necessary resources to be brought in quickly, and over time Jacksonville became a hub for the banking and insurance industries. Today the city is a thriving center of industry that is commonly ranked as being one of the 'Hottest Cities In America'