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Our Five Directories

Published annually our five directories are used 100s a times each day all over the county.

  • South Beaches

    Home to Satellite Beach and Indian Harbour Beach, Melbourne Beach and South Beaches. These communities of Brevard County are home to 50,000 families who are very loyal to their beachside merchants.

  • Cocoa Beach

    Cocoa Beach is the perfect beachside community. Home to Ron Jons and just minutes away from the world famous Kennedy Space Center and Port Canaveral. It is the closest beach to Orlando.

  • Merritt Island

    Merritt Island is a proud Community with its superior high school sports, nestled between a barrier island and the coastal mainland. Residents stay close to their tropical homes to shop and eat.

  • Palm Bay

    Emerging as Brevard's biggest city, Palm Bay residents have a pride amonst themselves. Business is booming and the residents have never been happier.

  • Suntree/Viera

    Suntree and Viera have become the heart of Brevard County. With its government facility, shopping and nightlife, this part of the county has a pulse.

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The Harbor City

Melbourne is located approximately 60 miles southeast of Orlando on the Space Coast along Interstate 95. It is approximately midway between Jacksonville and Miami. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 39.6 square miles. 33.9 square miles of it is land and 5.7 square miles of it (14.42%) is water. The east-west street named Brevard Drive was historically the "center" of town; with addresses called "north" and "south" of this street. The north-south Babcock Street provided the same centerline for "east" and "west" directions. Melbourne Beachside has a small presence on the South Beaches barrier island. As of the 2010 census, the population was 76,068. In 1969 the city was expanded by merging with nearby Eau Gallie. The city was named Melbourne in honor of its first postmaster, Cornthwaite John Hector, an Englishman who had spent much of his life in Melbourne, Australia.

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