Panama City Beach is a rapidly growing beach community with over 9,000 full time residence. Panama City Beach was chartered in 1953 and expanded in 1969 to include; West Panama City Beach, Edgewater, Long Beach, and Panama City Beach.
This 7 Mile stretch of gulf beaches has all types of real estate available; from high rise condos to small cinder block cottages. However, many of the older structures along the beach are giving way to an ever growing contingent of high rise condominiums.
Latitude: 30.230N Longitude: 85.887W
Time zone: Central Daylight Saving
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Panama City, FL. is located on the panhandle of northwest Florida on beautiful St. Andrews Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Panama City has a population of about 36,417. Panama City is known as a popular tourist location year round offering a comfortable climate and friendly atmosphere.
Panama City offers a highly attractive living environment compatible with a variety of tastes and life styles. Cited most often are: pleasant climate, attractive waterfront homes, fishing and water sports, arts and entertainment, and a pleasing small city environment for raising a family.
Panama City Florida Real Estate Sales
Every type of real estate can be found Panama City ; waterfront, bay, land, lots, pre-construction, small home to large estates. There is truly something for everyone here.
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Bay County; Population 155,000 in 2003, Bay County
Miracle Strip Amusement Park more than 30 rides, including the Sea Dragon, the Starliner, and Shipwreck Island, a six-acre water park
Zoo World Zoo World, a zoological and botanical park, is home to more than 350 animals and more than 250 species of plants and trees.
St. Andrews State Park Aquatic Preserve The encompasses the entrance of St. Andrew Bay, including West and East Pass, Shell Island, and portions of the St. Andrew State Recreation Area.
Martin Theatre Known for some great performances that take place in here, but this building also quite a wonderful history. Originally known as the Ritz, a change of ownership in the 50's its name changed to the Martin Theatre until it closed in the late 70's. Thanks to the Downtown Improvement Board of Panama City renovated & reopened its in 1990, saving this important landmark.
Panama City Beach
Population: more than 8,000
State Sales Taxes: 6%
Three elementary schools, a middle school and high school
Panama City - Bay County International Airport (850) 763-6751
Public bus service in Panama City is provided by the Baytown Trolley that travels to most points around town as well as to .
There are currently seven taxi services and five limousine services
Panama City Mall 2150 Cove Blvd, PC (904)785-9587 Anchor stores: Gayfer's, Dillard's, JC Penney, Sears and over a 100 Specialty Stores.
Miracle Mile Plaza 7328 Thomas Drive, Panama City (850) 235-9879
Many local stores and shops
Miles of pristine gulf beaches
Panama City Beach Fishing Pier, (850) 233-5080
St. Andrews State Park Aquatic Preserve
Golf Bay Dunes Golf Course, (850) 872-1704, semi-private Fox-Run Country Club / Sandy Creek, (850)871-2673, semi-private
Bay Point Course (850)234-3307, resort Lagoon Legend Course, (850)234-3307, resort Pelican Point Golf Course, (850)286-2565, military
Charter Boat Listing "Fair Trade" Sailing Charters, Capt. Mike Plitman, (850) 233-1050 "Get Back" Charters, Capt., Jim Chapman (850) 234-5112 "Past Master", Capt., DD Clark, (850) 763-4022
Fishing, boating and bicycling
Panama City Beach Branch 420 Churchwell Dr, Panama City Beach, FL 32407 (850) 236-0589
32401, 32407, 32408, 32413, 32417
Robert L. Young Public Library 116 Arnold Road , FL 32413 (904) 233-5055