Located halfway between Jacksonville and Miami, Brevard County extends 72 miles (116 km) from north to south, and averages 26.5 miles (42.6 km) wide. Marshes in the western part of this county are the source of the St. Johns River. Emphasizing its position as halfway down Florida is the presence of two roads that are halfway down Florida’s numbering system, State Road 50 and State Road 500.
Homes for Sale in Brevard, NC have a median listing price of $324,500 and a price per square foot of $172. There are 601 active homes for sale in Brevard, North Carolina, which spend an average of 55 days on the market. Some of the hottest neighborhoods near Brevard, NC are Cummings Cove, Pinnacle Mountain View, Indian Ridge, Sunset Ridge. You may also be interested in homes for sale in popular zip codes like 28712, 28739, or in neighboring cities, such as Hendersonville, Pisgah Forest, Asheville, Waynesville, Canton.
The winter of 2009–2010 was the coldest on record since 1937 when records were first kept. Planting season, which normally starts around 14 February, came six weeks later instead. Some flowers and herbs are planted as early as January. December 2010 was the coldest December on record.
The Space Coast has a number of museums from the rocket exhibitions at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and the Air Force Space & Missile Museum, to local museums and others of unique character, such as the American Police Hall of Fame & Museum.
Three cities provide potable water and sewage for their cities and surrounding areas: Cocoa, Melbourne, and Titusville. Where available, residents were obligated to hook into the system. In 2012, there were 90,000 septic tanks.
As of 2011, there were 883 MLSs in the US. The largest MLS in the United States is currently California’s super-regional California-Regional Multiple Listing Service (CRMLS) covering most of Southern California. As of December 14, 2016 it services over 81,000 real estate professionals from 33 Associations, 3 Boards of REALTORS® and 1 MLS, according to a CRMLS Press Release. Other notable MLSs include Metropolitan Regional Information Systems (MRIS) at 45,000 members serving Maryland and parts of West Virginia, Midwest Real Estate Data (MRED) at 40,000 members serving Chicago and northern Illinois, Arizona Regional Multiple Listing Service (ARMLS)  in Arizona serving 33,000 members in the Phoenix metropolitan area, and SmartMLS in Connecticut serving over 17,000 members .
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Although Brevardians may refer to past storms as “hurricanes”, by the time they strike there, some of them may have subsided to tropical storms or depressions. Because of the threat of storm surge, the beach community on the barrier island is often required to evacuate well in advance of the storm. The possibility of storm surge is diminished when the storm comes across the state instead of from the Atlantic.
The county has centralized most county and circuit courts in Viera which try a variety of cases including felonies, misdemeanors, traffic, and domestic. The courthouse in Titusville provides the venue for circuit and county cases arising in the north part of the county while the courthouse in Melbourne is the venue for county cases arising in the southern portion of the county. An elected State Attorney prosecutes criminal cases for the State of Florida. Indigent defendants can be represented by the office of the elected Public Defender. The 18th Circuit Court includes Seminole County as well as Brevard and covers not only the court itself but the State Attorney and the Public Defender. In 2008, the public defender had a staff of 45 lawyers in Brevard who handled about 24,000 cases annually.
There were 229,692 households out of which 23.20% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 48.28% were married couples living together, 11.80% had a female householder with no husband present, and 35.40% were non-families. 28.44% of all households were made up of individuals and 12.53% (4.00% male and 8.53% female) had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.33 and the average family size was 2.84.
When the Trump administration released its $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan last month, it set in motion a multi-year process that could eventually lead to considerable investment in communities. Of course, Congress must pass legislation to make much of it happen. Although there are some parts that the administration can do on its own, a lot of the plan will require both authorizing and funding legislation, so how close we get to that $1.5 trillion goal is dependent on what lawmakers can agree on in the next year or two.
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Underlying limestone in the county is a geologically young 150,000 years old. This means that the ground will not develop sinkholes prevalent in the spine of Florida where limestone is from 15 to 25 million years old.
White (non-Hispanic) (83.0% when including White Hispanics): 77.6% 17.3% German, 15.7% Irish, 12.8% English, 8.7% Italian, 4.0% French, 3.6% Polish, 2.5% Scottish, 2.2% Scotch-Irish, 1.9% Dutch, 1.2% Swedish, 1.0% French Canadian, 0.9% Norwegian, 0.8% Russian, 0.7% Hungarian, 0.7% Welsh, 0.5% Greek, 0.5% Portuguese
The MLIS/MLS curriculum can vary widely. Typically both practical and theoretical components are included, often along with a practicum or internship, and students frequently have an opportunity to specialize in one or more aspects of library and information science. Some schools have stringent course requirements, while others are more flexible and offer a wide variety of electives. Coursework may entail traditional library topics, such as reference work, cataloging, collection development, school libraries, or archiving. There may also be a focus on information science and computer science topics, such as database design, as well as information architecture. Other skills taught may include management or pedagogy. Students generally complete a research project or thesis during the last semester of their program.
There are 16 autonomous municipal governments within the county. The various cities, towns and villages of Brevard have varying reliance on services provided by the Brevard County government. There are about 100,000 homes outside organized municipalities, whose occupants are directly served by the county government.
Brevard was ranked 25th in the state, out of 67 counties, for health outcomes in 2014. 22% of residents smoke, 28% are obese, 25% are physically inactive, 20% drink in excess. The county ranked 13 in clinical care, 25th in societal factors (including air pollution and drinking water quality).
In 2011, the majority of groceries were sold in chain stores. Publix has 23 stores; Winn-Dixie has 10; Wal-Mart has 12 stores; the county has three warehouse clubs. 38% of groceries were purchased at Publix, 30% at Wal-Mart superstores, and 7% at Winn-Dixie.
The history of Brevard County can be traced to the prehistory of native cultures living in the area from pre-Columbian times to the present age. The geographic boundaries of the county have changed significantly since its founding. The county is named for Judge Theodore W. Brevard, an early setter, and state comptroller.
The many restaurants in Brevard such as Mexican, Irish and food stands will satisfy any culinary craving you might have, so no need to worry about being short of choices. This city has everything you’d expect; you’ll find big-box grocery retailers, as well as smaller grocery stores with niche offerings. Some people love going to summer camps, fishing and playing at the park, others prefer taking in nature during a leisurely drive, but whatever your preference, this city is full of options to keep you active. With any budget and style, you will find many shops like arts & crafts shops, art galleries and antique shops to suit your personality.
While Brevard County has transportation available in the usual modes for a coastal county—highways, shipping, and airlines—it has the addition of space transportation, making it unique in the world.
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