List of counties in Florida

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There are 67 counties in Florida.

CountiesEdit

County
FIPS code[1] County seat[2] Established Formed from Naming History Population Area Map
Alachua County 001 Gainesville 1824 St. Johns County - 241,364 874 sq mi
(2,264 km2)
 
Baker County 003 Macclenny 1861 Bradford County - 26,164 585 sq mi
(1,515 km2)
 
Bay County 005 Panama City 1913 Washington County - 163,946 764 sq mi
(1,979 km2)
 
Bradford County 007 Starke 1858 Columbia and Alachua counties - 29,012 293 sq mi
(759 km2)
 
Brevard County 009 Titusville 1844 Orange County - 536,521 1,018 sq mi
(2,637 km2)
 
Broward County 011 Fort Lauderdale 1915 Miami-Dade County - 1,751,234 1,209 sq mi
(3,131 km2)
 
Calhoun County 013 Blountstown 1838 Escambia County - 13,617 567 sq mi
(1,469 km2)
 
Charlotte County 015 Punta Gorda 1921 DeSoto County - 150,060 694 sq mi
(1,797 km2)
 
Citrus County 017 Inverness 1887 Hernando County - 141,416 584 sq mi
(1,513 km2)
 
Clay County 019 Green Cove Springs 1858 Duval County - 184,727 601 sq mi
(1,557 km2)
 
Collier County 021 Naples 1923 Lee County - 315,258 2,026 sq mi
(5,247 km2)
 
Columbia County 023 Lake City 1832 St. Johns County - 69,092 797 sq mi
(2,064 km2)
 
DeSoto County 027 Arcadia 1887 Manatee County - 33,991 637 sq mi
(1,650 km2)
 
Dixie County 029 Cross City 1921 Lafayette County - 14,957 704 sq mi
(1,823 km2)
 
Duval County 031 Jacksonville 1822 St. Johns County - 850,962 774 sq mi
(2,005 km2)
 
Escambia County 033 Pensacola 1821 One of the two original counties of Florida - 302,939 664 sq mi
(1,720 km2)
 
Flagler County 035 Bunnell 1917 St. Johns and Volusia counties - 91,247 485 sq mi
(1,256 km2)
 
Franklin County 037 Apalachicola 1832 Escambia County - 11,202 534 sq mi
(1,383 km2)
 
Gadsden County 039 Quincy 1823 Jackson County - 47,560 516 sq mi
(1,336 km2)
 
Gilchrist County 041 Trenton 1925 Alachua County - 17,191 349 sq mi
(904 km2)
 
Glades County 043 Moore Haven 1921 DeSoto County - 11,175 774 sq mi
(2,005 km2)
 
Gulf County 045 Port St. Joe 1925 Calhoun County - 15,667 565 sq mi
(1,463 km2)
 
Hamilton County 047 Jasper 1827 Escambia County - 14,348 515 sq mi
(1,334 km2)
 
Hardee County 049 Wauchula 1921 DeSoto County - 28,888 637 sq mi
(1,650 km2)
 
Hendry County 051 La Belle 1923 Lee County - 39,453 1,153 sq mi
(2,986 km2)
 
Hernando County 053 Brooksville 1843 Hillsborough, Mosquito, and Alachua counties - 171,689 478 sq mi
(1,238 km2)
 
Highlands County 055 Sebring 1921 DeSoto County - 100,011 1,028 sq mi
(2,663 km2)
 
Hillsborough County 057 Tampa 1834 St. Johns County - 1,180,784 1,051 sq mi
(2,722 km2)
 
Holmes County 059 Bonifay 1848 Jackson and Walton counties - 19,328 482 sq mi
(1,248 km2)
 
Indian River County 061 Vero Beach 1925 St. Lucie County - 132,315 503 sq mi
(1,303 km2)
 
Jackson County 063 Marianna 1822 Escambia County - 49,656 916 sq mi
(2,372 km2)
 
Jefferson County 065 Monticello 1827 Escambia County - 14,547 598 sq mi
(1,549 km2)
 
Lafayette County 067 Mayo 1856 Madison County - 8,013 543 sq mi
(1,406 km2)
 
Lake County 069 Tavares 1887 Orange and Sumter counties - 307,243 953 sq mi
(2,468 km2)
 
Lee County 071 Fort Myers 1887 Monroe County - 593,136 804 sq mi
(2,082 km2)
 
Leon County 073 Tallahassee 1824 Escambia County - 264,063 667 sq mi
(1,728 km2)
 
Levy County 075 Bronson 1845 Alachua County - 39,460 1,118 sq mi
(2,896 km2)
 
Liberty County 077 Bristol 1855 Gadsden County - 7,957 836 sq mi
(2,165 km2)
 
Madison County 079 Madison 1827 Jefferson County - 18,895 692 sq mi
(1,792 km2)
 
Manatee County 081 Bradenton 1855 Hillsborough and Orange counties - 315,766 741 sq mi
(1,919 km2)
 
Marion County 083 Ocala 1844 Alachua and Orange counties - 329,628 1,579 sq mi
(4,090 km2)
 
Martin County 085 Stuart 1925 Saint Lucie and Palm Beach counties - 138,660 556 sq mi
(1,440 km2)
 
Miami-Dade County 086 Miami 1836 St. Johns County - 2,398,245 1,945 sq mi
(5,038 km2)
 
Monroe County 087 Key West 1823 St. Johns County - 72,243 997 sq mi
(2,582 km2)
 
Nassau County 089 Fernandina Beach 1824 St. Johns County - 69,835 652 sq mi
(1,689 km2)
 
Okaloosa County 091 Crestview 1915 Santa Rosa and Walton counties - 179,693 936 sq mi
(2,424 km2)
 
Okeechobee County 093 Okeechobee 1917 Osceola and Brevard counties - 40,359 774 sq mi
(2,005 km2)
 
Orange County 095 Orlando 1824 St. Johns County - 1,072,801 908 sq mi
(2,352 km2)
 
Osceola County 097 Kissimmee 1887 Brevard and Orange counties - 263,676 1,322 sq mi
(3,424 km2)
 
Palm Beach County 099 West Palm Beach 1909 Miami-Dade County The biggest county in Florida 1,265,293 2,034 sq mi
(5,268 km2)
 
Pasco County 101 Dade City 1887 Hernando County - 471,028 745 sq mi
(1,930 km2)
 
Pinellas County 103 Clearwater 1911 Hillsborough County - 910,260 280 sq mi
(725 km2)
 
Polk County 105 Bartow 1861 Brevard and Hillsborough counties - 580,594 1,875 sq mi
(4,856 km2)
 
Putnam County 107 Palatka 1849 Alachua and St. Johns counties - 73,459 722 sq mi
(1,870 km2)
 
St. Johns County 109 Saint Augustine 1821 One of the two original counties - 181,540 609 sq mi
(1,577 km2)
 
St. Lucie County 111 Fort Pierce 1905 Brevard County - 265,108 572 sq mi
(1,481 km2)
 
Santa Rosa County 113 Milton 1842 Escambia County - 150,053 1,016 sq mi
(2,631 km2)
 
Sarasota County 115 Sarasota 1921 Manatee County - 372,057 572 sq mi
(1,481 km2)
 
Seminole County 117 Sanford 1913 Orange County - 410,854 308 sq mi
(798 km2)
 
Sumter County 119 Bushnell 1853 Orange County - 74,721 546 sq mi
(1,414 km2)
 
Suwannee County 121 Live Oak 1858 Columbia County - 39,802 688 sq mi
(1,782 km2)
 
Taylor County 123 Perry 1856 Madison County - 21,546 1,042 sq mi
(2,699 km2)
 
Union County 125 Lake Butler 1921 Bradford County - 15,141 240 sq mi
(622 km2)
 
Volusia County 127 De Land 1854 Orange County - 498,036 1,106 sq mi
(2,865 km2)
 
Wakulla County 129 Crawfordville 1843 Leon County - 31,089 607 sq mi
(1,572 km2)
 
Walton County 131 DeFuniak Springs 1824 Escambia County - 53,837 1,058 sq mi
(2,740 km2)
 
Washington County 133 Chipley 1825 Jackson and Walton counties - 23,928 580 sq mi
(1,502 km2)
 

ReferencesEdit

  1. "United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) County FIPS Code Listing". United States Environmental Protection Agency. Retrieved April 24, 2008.
  2. "NACo – Find a county". National Association of Counties. Retrieved April 24, 2008.