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City of Edgewater, Florida

Edgewater, Florida is a community nestled alongside the Indian River adjacent to the famous Mosquito Lagoon

Edgewater, Florida is a community nestled alongside the Indian River adjacent to the famous Mosquito Lagoon

City of Edgewater, Florida

by JVG Management
City of Edgewater, Florida
City of Edgewater, Florida
City of Edgewater, Florida

What is it about?

Edgewater, Florida is a community nestled alongside the Indian River adjacent to the famous Mosquito Lagoon. It's an Intracoastal waterfront community that offers all the charm you would expect to find in small town Florida yet still engage in spirited business and commercial activity. The growing river front city of Edgewater is one of the principal municipalities in southeast Volusia County. The city has a population over 21,500 and is also home to many species of birds, fish, dolphins, manatees and other wildlife. Edgewater roots date back to early 1800's when Dr. John Milton Hawks founded this intriguing riverside settlement. The city is over 22 square miles with over 150 acres of parks, which include a Riverwalk that is great for walking, jogging or bike riding alongside the Intracoastal Waterway.

City of Edgewater, Florida

App Details

Version
1.2
Rating
(2)
Size
50Mb
Genre
Business Productivity
Last updated
September 30, 2015
Release date
June 3, 2015
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App Store Description

Edgewater, Florida is a community nestled alongside the Indian River adjacent to the famous Mosquito Lagoon. It's an Intracoastal waterfront community that offers all the charm you would expect to find in small town Florida yet still engage in spirited business and commercial activity. The growing river front city of Edgewater is one of the principal municipalities in southeast Volusia County. The city has a population over 21,500 and is also home to many species of birds, fish, dolphins, manatees and other wildlife. Edgewater roots date back to early 1800's when Dr. John Milton Hawks founded this intriguing riverside settlement. The city is over 22 square miles with over 150 acres of parks, which include a Riverwalk that is great for walking, jogging or bike riding alongside the Intracoastal Waterway.

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