St. Augustine, Florida - Facts & Figures
Founded in 1565 by a Spanish explorer, St. Augustine is the oldest continuously occupied settlement in the United States. The city is located in "Florida's First Coast" region. About 2 million visitors make their way to St. Augustine each year to experience the unique historic part of America. St. Augustine boasts numerous tourist attractions including St. George Street, Flagler College, white sandy beaches, the St. Augustine lighthouse and the Fountain of Youth. The City of St. Augustine maintains architectural control over the colonial city, ensuring that the inevitable change which occurs in a living urban area respects the past.
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- Population: 12,975
- Industries: food service, retail, construction, education, tourism
- Area Codes: 904
- ZIP Codes: 32080, 32084, 32085, 32086, 32092, 32095
- Surrounding Cities: Julington, Cresent Beach, Vilano Beach, Ponte Vedra