New Smyrna Beach Florida
New Smyrna Beach Florida

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New Smyrna Beach is approximately 38 square miles in size and is located on Florida’s east coast, in the County of Volusia, just north of Cape Canaveral with easy access to both Interstate 95 and Interstate 4.

• 15 miles south of Daytona Beach
• 56 miles east of Orlando
• 40 miles north of Kennedy Space Center
• 109 miles south of Jacksonville
• 250 miles north of Miami
• Estimated 7 miles of Beach property
• Estimated 8 miles of Riverfront property


Demographic Information

Population Estimate for 2013 - 23,119 (As indicated by the Bureau of Economic and Business Research)

Census:                                2010           2012          2017
Population                             22,464       22,565      23,398
Households                            11,074       11,137      11,609
Families                                  6,322        6,431        6,647
Average household size              2.01         2.00          1.99
Owner-occupied housing units    7,887        8,028        8,492
Renter-occupied housing units    3,187        3,108        3,118
Median age                              54.4          54.6         56.7

Trends: 2012 - 2017 annual rate
                                              area          state        national
Population                                 0.73%       0.73%       0.67%
Households                                0.83%       0.71%       0.71%
Families                                     0.66%       0.59%       0.57%
Owner-occupied households          1.13%       0.93%       0.91%
Median household income              4.40%       3.59%       2.75%

Median household income:      2012: $39,298     2017: $48,748
Average household income:    2012: $53,934     2017: $61,661
Average home value:            (2012 est)   $181,964

City of New Smyrna Beach / Volusia County Brochure

Census Bureau Link

City of New Smyrna Beach 2009 CAPR Information

Volusia County Profile



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