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Monday, June 17, 2019

Palm Beach Gardens, Venice and Ponte Vedra Beach top a list of 'The best cities to live in Florida'

Posted By on Mon, Jun 17, 2019 at 3:28 PM

  • via City of Palm Beach Gardens City Hall/Facebook, a website for small business owners and entrepreneurs, recently released their list of the Best Cities to Live in Florida for 2019.

In order, the top five cities include Palm Beach Gardens, Venice, Ponte Vedra Beach, Saint Johns and Miami Beach.

In creating the ranking, considered five factors: employment, housing, quality of life, education and health. The ranking only considered cities with a population over 25,000.

Sanford came in as No. 37, Winter Park ranked No. 39 and Winter Garden was No. 41. Orlando ranked as No. 92.

Visit for the full ranking.

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