PORT SAINT LUCIE
It is located in St.Lucie County, about 120 miles south of Miami and Orlando (in the north-west). The city%27s origins relates to 1958 year, when the corporation General Development, a subsidiary of the Mackle Co., invested 50 $ million to develop a new community on the River St. Lucie. The city%27s population was estimated by 155 251 people by the Census 2009. Nowadays the city of St. Lucie is one of the most dynamic and increasingly growing cities in Florida. The regional center is the city of Fort Pierce. Starting in 2000, 88.05% of residents spoke in English as their native language, while 6.59% speak Spanish, 1.34% spoke Italian, 1.00% spoke French, 0 , 60% speak German, and 0.50% speak Creole. Thus for 11.94% of the total population English is not a native language.
ClimateCity of Port St. Lucie has a warm, humid subtropical climate. Summer is usually hot, with low temperatures averaging 90 ° F. Winters are generally mild and also warm, with average temperatures of 70 ° F. The average annual rainfall is approximately 53.5 inches. It is important to highlight, that Port St. Lucie, was badly damaged by Hurricane Frances September 4, 2004, and Hurricane Jeanne September 26, 2004. October 24, 2005 Port St. Lucie-hit hurricane Vilem. All hurricanes, about which we spoke, had the power of 3 points. To cap it all, the city has a total area of 76.7 square miles (198.6 km), of which 75.5 square miles (195.6 km) is land and 1.1 square miles (3, 0 km) (1.50%) is water.
Port St. Lucie served by the Transport Planning District St. Lucie. In addition, the city has an ingenious system of buses. From the 1990s, it was expanded and developed to the established routes. Florida Turnpike is the only inter-city road in the city. It provides access to Orlando in the north, and south to Miami, as well as to other cities of the United States.
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