Flagler County Fast Facts 2010
Population: 94,901 (Bureau of Economic and Business Research at University of Florida estimate
2010. Population facts: Flagler County has been regularly cited is cited by the U.S. Census as the
one of the fastest growing counties in the Nation. Total land area: 485 square miles.
Palm Coast: population 73,910
Flagler Beach: population 5,478
Bunnell: population 2,759
Beverly Beach: population 604
Marineland: population 9
Median Age: 51.4 (compared to state median age 39.4 figures from BEBR.)
Politics: Registered voters 62,166; Republicans 22,547; Democrats 23,551; No party 13,855; and
those registered with a minor party 2,213. (as of October 2009)
Median Household Income: $45,175
Estimated Average Income: $32,111
Palm Coast Data: 900 (magazine subscription center)
Sea Ray Boats Inc.: 592 (Luxury motor yachts)
Florida Hospital Flagler: 626
According to the 2007 Census of Agriculture (the latest figures) Flagler County
has 82 farms that raise beef, vegetables (cabbage, potatoes, peppers, and squash), sod
grass, ornamental plants, specialty crops (such as blueberries) and other animals (goats).
There are 58,000 acres in production in Flagler County and the market value of the crops
and livestock sold is $34,140,000. The industry employs approximately 4,008 full and
part time employees.