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Duval County

Duval County incorporates the city Jacksonville, Florida – a metropolitan center of over 1.2 million people, is a friendly and comfortable place – a coastal community of neighborhoods as unique as the people who live in them. From downtown and beachside luxury condo high-rises, to grand historic homes, to custom-built new communities in every style imaginable, Jacksonville feels like home no matter where you live.

Jacksonville is consistently rated as one of the top “Hottest Cities in America” for business expansions and relocations by site consultants in an annual poll for Expansion Management Magazine. Jacksonville has been in the top 10 for six straight years and is the only city to be ranked #1 three times. Few other places in America allow residents to be moments from the ocean, downtown in a major metropolitan area, or deep in the woods enjoying the peace and serenity of nature. Here you will find housing affordable, our schools fully engaged with the students and their families, a variety of arts and cultural experiences, and within short driving distances of some of the most exciting and beautiful settings in the country.

In February of 2005, Super Bowl XXXIX was played in Jacksonville’s Alltel Stadium. Located on the waterfront just east of the downtown area, the stadium was the center point for a week-long celebration along both banks of Jacksonville’s beautiful riverfront. This is yet another testament to the success of Jacksonville’s growth and emergence into one of the nation’s great cities. Only a select few cities have been privileged to host a Super Bowl, and the selection substantiates the climate, infrastructure and entertainment variety that the selection committee considers when choosing Super Bowl sites. Additionally, Jacksonville is home to the NFL Jacksonville Jaguars and the Jacksonville Suns baseball team. The area also is the international headquarters of the PGA TOUR, The Players Championship, the World Golf Hall of Fame and the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) headquarters.

St Johns County

St Johns County includes historic St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra and miles of beaches for a Florida getaway unlike any other. The county is home to one of Florida’s finest and most progressive public school systems among its charming historical roots.

In St. Augustine (America’s Oldest City) brick streets lead to historic churches, living history museums, antiques stores, charming restaurants, cozy bread and breakfast inns and a multitude of quaint shops. A centuries-old fort stands guard, horse-drawn carriages clip-clop through the historic district, and ghost tours share with you the area’s fascinating secrets.

Family attractions entertain and forty-two miles of pristine Atlantic beaches beckon sun worshipers from around the world while, Ponte Vedra beckons golf enthusiasts as one of the worlds premier golfer’s paradises feauring the PGA Tour Headquarters, THE PLAYERS Championship and several elegant seaside resorts.

Clay County

Clay County – Located just southwest of the City of Jacksonville, Florida and west of historic St. Augustine, Clay County’s entire eastern line is nestled along the banks of the beautiful St. Johns River. The interior of Clay County incorporates miles and miles of undeveloped woodlands.

People who have chosen Clay County as “home” often credit their choice to the county’s natural beauty and vast natural, historic, recreational and agricultural resources. Those with school age children also name the great schools as a top reason for their move to Clay County as well.

Since it’s founding about 150 years agou, Clay County has developed into a diverse mixture of suburban and rural areas and exemplifies what a productive, modern area is all about with it’s superior schools, well-trained and skilled workforce and bustling retail centers.

Folks from all across America who love nature come to Clay County to take advantage of the numerous golf courses, public parks and walking/cycling trails. When you add the abundant opportunities for boating, fishing, conoeing and kayaking on the forty six square miles of lakes and rivers, you can understand what makes Clay County a pretty special place to call home!

Nassau County

Nassau County is located in the northeast corner of Florida along the Atlantic Ocean and Interstate 95 just northeast of the city of Jacksonville, Florida. Nassau County is proud to serve as the Eastern Gateway to the Sunshine State.

From its historic Amelia Island (featuring a magnificent Ritz Carlton Resort), sandy beaches, and championship golf courses to its scenic rivers, green pastures, and majestic timberlands, Nassau County truly offers “Something for Everyone”.

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