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Palm Bay, Florida City City of Palm Bay Flag Seal Motto(s): "A perfect place to grow!" Location in Brevard County and the U.S. state of Florida Coordinates: 27°59′52.52″N 80°40′12.03″W / 27.9979222°N 80.6700083°WCoordinates: 27°59′52.52″N 80°40′12.03″W / 27.9979222°N 80.6700083°W Country United States of America State Florida County Brevard Government • Type Council-Manager • Mayor William Capote • City Manager Gregg Lynk Area • City 68.
86 sq mi (178.34 km2) • Land 65.72 sq mi (170.22 km2) • Water 3.14 sq mi (8.12 km2) 4.56% Elevation 19 ft (5 m) Population (2010) • City 103,190 • Estimate (2016) 110,104 • Density 1,675.30/sq mi (646.84/km2) • Metro 543,376 Time zone Eastern (EST) (UTC-5) • Summer (DST) EDT (UTC-4) ZIP code 32905-32911 Area code(s) 321 FIPS code 12-54000 GNIS feature ID 0288389 Website www.
PalmBayFlorida.org Palm Bay is a city in Brevard County, Florida. The city's population was 103,190 at the 2010 United States Census, making it the most populous city in the county. Palm Bay is a principal city of the Palm Bay−Melbourne−Titusville Metropolitan Statistical Area, which had a population of 543,376 at the 2010 census. History The Ais people, attracted to the mouth of Turkey Creek at the Indian River by freshwater springs, fish, oysters, and wildlife, are thought to have been the first inhabitants in the Palm Bay area.
The earliest place names for this area on early maps of the late 1700s were Turkey Creek, Elbow Creek and Crane Creek. An 1870 map of the Indian River by John Andrew Bostrom shows the area void of any settlements within about 15 miles of Turkey Creek. The first prominent settler was John Tillman in the late 1870s. Tillman's wharf marked the mouth of Turkey Creek. By the late 1880s, Tillman was operating a profitable orange and banana grove on the north shore of the creek.
He had the most notable banana grove on the Indian River. Tillman's wharf attacked settlers as it was a steamboat stop.Tillman was formally changed to Palm Bay in the 1920s when the community applied for a charter as the city of Palm Bay. By the mid-nineteenth century, there was a lumber operation, packing house, and orange groves. Growth was slow until the arrival of the railroad in 1894. Then goods were brought in and produce was shipped to market faster.
Turkey Creek in 2015 1900s Between 1910 and 1914, Tillman became the center for a land company known as the Indian River Catholic Colony. Attempting to grow two crops a season, farmers quickly depleted the soil, and the colony failed. Those remaining built St. Joseph's Church on Miller Street, the oldest building still standing. In the 1920s, the city was renamed after the bay bordered with sabal palm trees known as Palm Bay, located at the mouth of Turkey Creek.
A group of Tillman businessmen established the Melbourne-Tillman Drainage District, and issued $1.5 million worth of bonds. Starting in 1922, a 180 miles (290 km) grid of 80 canals was dug to drain 40,000 acres (160 km2) of swampy land west of Palm Bay. The canals made it possible to control flooding and turn marsh lands to agricultural use. Farmers planted citrus groves and truck farms which shipped winter produce by the Florida East Coast Railroad to northern markets.
Farmers sold timber and land to paper companies. Using botht the Tillman and Hopkins canals, allowed beef cattle to be raised in West Melbourne. In 1926, a fire among the dredges and a severe hurricane economically depressed Palm Bay. The Melbourne-Tillman Drainage District went bankrupt. In 1959, General Development Corporation purchased and platted extensive tracts of land in Palm Bay for its large residential project known as Port Malabar.
The city incorporated itself on January 16, 1960. Prior to expanding their borders, the city population was 2,808 that year. The active development of the city after that point was intertwined with GDC, who laid out and built many of the streets, sold and built many of the city's now older homes, and built a water treatment plant later purchased by the city after GDC filed for bankruptcy in 1991.
1987 Shooting On April 23, 1987, William Cruse shot 16 people, killing six, including two college students and two police officers, at a local shopping center. He wounded a number of others. The story was national news. 2000s For three consecutive years between 2003 and 2005, the city was made a finalist for the All-America City Award. In 2008, the city was named in an article from US News & World Report as the second "Drunkest City" in the US behind, Reno, NV.
 In 2008, the former Port Malabar Country Club property was revalued at $300,000, essentially "worthless" because of arsenic in the groundwater which would require an estimated $12 million to clean up. There are hundreds of miles of roads that are in such poor condition that the city Public Works Department considers them unserviceable. The voters have consistently defeated measures which would have improved roads, termed the worst in Brevard.
In 2005 they voted down a $58.7 million bond measure. In 2009, they defeated a $75.2 million tax referendum. In 2010, voters living in areas with the worst roads voted 9-1 against $44.7 million assessment for repairing them. In 2011, the city government created a Palm Bay Road Maintenance District that they hope can levy taxes and alleviate the situation. In 2008, fires on Mother's Day destroyed 37 homes in the Southwest area of the city.
Arson has been to blame as the cause of at least a few of the numerous fires. In 2009, the Brevard Zoo moved the remaining 15 Florida scrub jay families native to the city to Buck Lake Conservation Area in Mims. The Florida scrub jay is a threatened species in the area due to it being territorial and its inability to move to better grounds when its habitat is jeopardized. 2010s In 2010, plans were revealed by a private company to develop Emerald City, a large planned development within the city limits.
The focus will be on creating an eco-friendly urban community that will include residential zones consisting of townhouses and commercial zones consisting of state-of-the-art medical facilities, research and development centers for technology firms, and urbanized retail shopping centers. As of February 2016, Emerald City is currently in the development phase. Fiscal concern over firefighters' pensions occurred during 2010.
Firefighters' salaries averaged $71,100 annually plus $5,590 overtime pay. They were eligible for 100% of base pay after 28 years of service. In 2012, construction began on the St. John’s Heritage Parkway (also known as the Palm Bay Parkway), an arterial roadway that runs north to south along the western limits of the city. A portion of the parkway opened to the public in 2015. The project was in the development phase for over a decade.
The roadway was planned out of a need to alleviate traffic for commuters on the main thoroughfares of SR 507, CR 509, and I-95. Later phases of the project will bring the roadway further south and then east following the lower city limits, eventually connecting to I-95 just north of Micco Road. There are other roadway improvement projects currently in the development phase, including widening SR 507 (Babcock Street) from four lanes to six.
 In 2015, the Harris Corporation constructed a new 464,000 square-foot technology center near Palm Bay Road and Troutman Boulevard. The building is one of the largest in the north-east section of the city and is reported to house approximately 1,400 scientists and engineers for the company. In 2017, construction began on the southern Interstate 95 interchange and southern portion of the St. John's Heritage Parkway.
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is constructing a new diverging diamond interchange (DDI) on Interstate 95 just north of Micco Road within the city limits. The city is working on the southern portion of the parkway to extend from Babcock Street SE to Micco Road. The intent of the project is to improve traffic capacity, operations and safety as well as promote economic development in southern Brevard County.
The city formerly monitored some intersections with radar cameras, resulting in the issuing of traffic tickets for running a red light. In 2013, these monitored intersections were no safer than unmonitored ones. These cameras were removed in 2014. Geography According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 68.8 square miles (178.3 km2), of which 65.7 square miles (170.
2 km2) is land and 3.1 square miles (8.1 km2), or 4.56%, is water. The city is often referred to in four quadrants: Northwest, Northeast, Southwest, and Southeast, each containing multiple zip codes. The most urban area is in Northeast. The most rural area is in Southwest, containing an area called The Compound. This area is home to Bombardier Recreational Products. A small portion of Bayside Lakes lies in the area.
Palm Bay is developing its portion of Bayside Lakes "downtown" to create a focus for the city. During the early 1990s, Palm Bay Regional Park, a soccer and athletic complex in the western part of the city, was constructed. It is the largest of a citywide system of parks and recreation areas. The Turkey Creek Sanctuary is a small nature reserve in the northeast part of the city. Climate Climate data for Palm Bay, FL Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year Record high °F (°C) 89 (32) 92 (33) 93 (34) 97 (36) 98 (37) 101 (38) 102 (39) 101 (38) 99 (37) 96 (36) 91 (33) 89 (32) 102 (39) Average high °F (°C) 72 (22) 73 (23) 77 (25) 81 (27) 85 (29) 89 (32) 91 (33) 90 (32) 88 (31) 83 (28) 78 (26) 73 (23) 81.
7 (27.6) Average low °F (°C) 50 (10) 51 (11) 55 (13) 60 (16) 66 (19) 71 (22) 72 (22) 73 (23) 72 (22) 67 (19) 60 (16) 53 (12) 62.5 (17.1) Record low °F (°C) 17 (−8) 22 (−6) 25 (−4) 35 (2) 46 (8) 55 (13) 60 (16) 60 (16) 58 (14) 41 (5) 30 (−1) 21 (−6) 17 (−8) Average precipitation inches (mm) 2.48 (63) 2.49 (63.2) 2.92 (74.2) 2.08 (52.8) 3.94 (100.1) 5.83 (148.1) 5.38 (136.7) 5.78 (146.
8) 7.20 (182.9) 4.76 (120.9) 3.12 (79.2) 2.31 (58.7) 48.29 (1,226.6) Source:  Surrounding areas St. Johns River; Sawgrass Lake; Lake Hell 'n Blazes; Indian Fields; St. John's Marsh; Osceola County Grant-Valkaria; Malabar; Indian River Lagoon West Melbourne; Melbourne Deer Run; St John's Marsh Demographics Historical population Census Pop. %± 1960 2,808 — 1970 7,176 155.6% 1980 18,560 158.
6% 1990 62,632 237.5% 2000 79,413 26.8% 2010 103,190 29.9% Est. 2016 110,104  6.7% U.S. Decennial Census As of 2010, there were 45,220 households out of which 12.7% were vacant. As of 2000, 34.0% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 55.0% were married couples living together, 12.2% had a female householder with no husband present, and 28.2% are non-families. 21.8% of all households were made up of individuals and 8.
3% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.60 and the average family size was 3.03. In 2000, the city's population was spread out with 26.5% under the age of 18, 7.6% from 18 to 24, 29.6% from 25 to 44, 21.5% from 45 to 64, and 14.7% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 37 years. For every 100 females there were 95.2 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 91.
4 males. In 2000, the median income for a household in the city was $36,508, and the median income for a family was $41,636. Males had a median income of $31,060 versus $22,203 for females. The per capita income for the city was $16,992. 9.5% of the population and 7.1% of families were below the poverty line. Out of the total people living in poverty, 11.5% were under the age of 18 and 8.1% were 65 or older.
Housing In 2008, 403 building permits were issued for 534 units. This was down from 739 permits issued for 739 units in 2007, which was down from 1766 permits for 1771 units in 2006. The median home price in 2007 was $166,500. Languages As of 2000, English spoken as a first language accounted for 88.55% of all residents, while 11.44% spoke other languages as their mother tongue. The most significant was Spanish speakers who made up 7.
45% of the population, while French came up as the third most spoken language, which made up 0.93%, German was spoken by 0.92%, and Arabic was at fourth, with 0.53% of the population. Economy Industry Pink Wal-Mart Supercenter built in 2005: the city uses Key West vernacular architecture. Forbes magazine ranked the city the 11th most innovative in the nation in 2010. The following corporations are located in the city: Harris Corporation manufacturing has 3,400 employees on its Palm Bay campus on Palm Bay Road Intersil employed 700 people in 2010 Palm Bay Hospital (formerly Palm Bay Community Hospital) owned by Health First Workforce In 2007, the average size of Palm Bay's labor force was 49,935.
Of that group, 47,542 were employed and 2,393 were unemployed, for an unemployment rate of 4.8%. This figure had risen to 6,571 (12.7%) and was the highest rate in the county. Tourism Transient travelers constitute the city's main audience. A secondard market is business including corporate and higher education. The 2015 Tough Mudder 12.5 miles (20.1 km) race, drew 9,875 visitors to the area including 6,835 participants.
The Brevard County Tourist Development Council spent $40,000 promoting and staging the event. Government Members of the Palm Bay city government in 2003 See also: List of mayors of Palm Bay, Florida Palm Bay utilizes the council-manager form of government. The Mayor and City Council are the legislative branch of city government; its members are the community's decision makers. The Mayor is the presiding officer at the Council Meetings and is the official head of the city for all ceremonial occasions.
Power is centralized in the elected Mayor and Council (City Council), which approves the budget, determines the tax rate, focuses on the community's goals, major projects, and such long-term considerations as community growth, land use development, capital improvement plans, capital financing, and strategic planning. In Palm Bay, a five-member Mayor and Council, operate in accordance with the City Charter.
Three positions created by the Charter (Charter Officers) are appointed by and report directly to the City Council: City Manager, City Attorney, and City Clerk. The City Manager is responsible for all activities related to the operations of the city. The City Manager hires a professional staff to assist in the administration and enforcement of the City Charter, ordinances, resolutions, financial conditions and all of the various procedures and policies that are required for the city to function properly.
In 2011, the annual salary of the city manager was $168,000. The office of Mayor receives an annual salary of $8,000 while council members receive $4,000. Mayor – William Capote (2016-2020) Deputy Mayor – Harry Santiago Jr. (2016-2020) Councilmembers – Brian Anderson (2016-2020), Trey Holton (2014-2018), and Jeff Bailey (2014-2018) City Manager – Gregg Lynk City Attorney - Andrew Lannon City Clerk - Terese Jones In 2007, the city had a taxable real estate base of $5.
84 billion. This amount was the largest of any municipality in the county. In 2010, the city opened a data base to the public, that tracks city income and expenditures. In 2010, the city employed 913 full-time equivalent workers. In 2008, the police department won an award for training patrolmen to properly collect DNA samples. At the time, they were the only police force in the world with this program.
 Utilities Department In 2009 the utilities department had 545 miles (877 km) of water lines, 300 miles (480 km) of sewer lines, 2,250 fire hydrants, and 120 full-time equivalent employees. Public safety Police Department The Palm Bay Police Department employs approximately 160 sworn police officers, in addition to multiple civilian and support personnel . The agency is broken into various sections, such as the Uniform Services Division, Special Operations Division, Support Services Division, and the Criminal Investigations Division.
Each section assigns officers to various tasks, such as patrol, traffic enforcement, training officers, detectives, and so forth. A 2009 survey indicated that the city was ranked 263 out of 400 in crime statistics, with #1 being the worst. Crimes included murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, and motor vehicle theft. In 2011, Skype was used 32 times to obtain warrants promptly. Fire Department Palm Bay Fire Rescue consists of about a hundred firefighters and six stations.
Most firefighters work 24 hour shifts followed by 48 hours off. The Palm Bay Fire Department responded to over 12,000 calls in 2011. In May 2008 (Mothers Day Fires) a wild fire was started that burned a total of almost 26,000 acres (11,000 ha)—40 square miles (100 km2), 30 homes were destroyed and 140 were damaged. Firefighters from Palm Bay and across the state fought the fires around the clock.
In 2006, they became the highest paid fire department in the county. In 2010, average compensation exceeded $68,000 annually. Supplements earned during a year were also eligible for retirement. Thus a 2010 retiree, a 47-year-old with a former salary of $75,540, was receiving an $86,580 pension annually. In 2013, the city concluded an agreement with the county to furnish fire and emergency medical aid to whichever governmental unit was closer to the problem: a Palm Bay unit or a Brevard County unit.
 Education All public schools are run by the Brevard County School Board: Public Elementary Schools: Christa McAuliffe Elementary School Columbia Elementary School Palm Bay Academy Charter School Royal Palm Charter School Odyssey Charter School Odyssey Preparatory Academy Discovery Elementary School John F. Turner Sr. Elementary School Jupiter Elementary School Lockmar Elementary School Palm Bay Elementary School Port Malabar Elementary School Riviera Elementary School Sunrise Elementary School Westside Elementary School Private schools include: Community Christian School Covenant Christian School Cornerstone Christian School St.
Joseph Catholic School New Hope Lutheran Academy Public Middle School: Southwest Middle School Public High Schools: Bayside High School Palm Bay High School which actually lies within the city of Melbourne Heritage High School Higher Education: Eastern Florida State College University of Central Florida Webster University Barry University Florida Institute of Technology Transportation City name marker erected on I-95 in 2002 Major roads in Palm Bay include the following: U.
S. 1 – This road serves the northeastern section of the city. It is intersected by four main roads: Malabar Road, Port Malabar Boulevard, Robert J. Conlan Boulevard and Palm Bay Road. Interstate 95 – The major freeway serving the East Coast of the United States runs northwest to southeast through the center of the city's area. The city is served by Interchanges 176 (Palm Bay Road) and 173 (Malabar Road).
Babcock Street – This road runs through the eastern portion of Palm Bay. It provides a direct route to Fellsmere in Indian River County from Brevard County. Main intersections include Palm Bay Road, Port Malabar Boulevard, Malabar Road, Waco Boulevard, Valkaria Road, Grant Road, Eldron Boulevard, and Cogan Drive. Malabar Road – This road connects U.S. 1 along the Indian River on the far eastern end of the city to the far western end at the headwaters of the St.
Johns River. It is the main road to the town of Malabar, which gives its name to the road and is largely surrounded by Palm Bay. City Hall and Palm Bay Regional Park are located at its western terminus. Main intersections include Interstate 95, Babcock Street, Minton Road, San Filippo Drive, Emerson Drive, Jupiter Boulevard and Eldron Boulevard. CR 516 – Palm Bay Road Emerson Drive, Bayside Lakes Boulevard, and Bombardier Boulevard – All three roads make a large crescent-shaped roadway.
The northern terminus is Amador Avenue, and the southern terminus is a dead end in The Compound. There is a dirt road, Emerson Drive, off Degroodt Road. The western terminus of the route is Sappodilla Road. Main intersections include Wingham Drive, Sapodilla Road, Degroodt Road, Eldron Boulevard, Walden Boulevard, Waco Boulevard, Malabar Road, Minton Road, and Jupiter Boulevard. There are about 851 miles (1,370 km) of city-maintained highways.
 Most roads in the area west of DeGroodt Road are unpaved. In 2013, the public works director reported that most roads in south Palm Bay were "failed roads," for lack of maintenance. In 2012, Palm Bay had the lowest walkability of any city in the United States with a population over 100,000 people. Notable people Bruce Alger, U.S. representative for Texas's 5th congressional district, 1955-1965, retired and died in Palm Bay in 2015 William G.
Bainbridge, 5th Sergeant Major of the Army Deanne Bell, American reality television show host known for PBS's Design Squad and Discovery Channel's Smash Lab Xavier Carter, professional track athlete Joe Cohen, San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Ezio Flagello, Italian-American opera singer David Gewirtz, CNN columnist, cyberterrorism advisor, presidential scholar. Chris Heston, San Francisco Giants pitcher Reggie Nelson, professional football player Ray Dandridge, Hall of Fame Baseball player, retired and died in Palm Bay in 1994 References ^ City Council/City Clerk - City Emblems, Palm Bay City Emblems.
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