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Voice Newsletter Overview - April 2017 - 04/13/2017

The April 2017 issue features: Members in the News; Director's Desk; Defense Support Initiatives and Technology Coast Manufacturing & Engineering Network and Business Growth ...

Voice Newsletter Overview - March 2017 - 03/31/2017

The March 2017 issue features: Members in the News; Director's Desk; Defense Support Initiatives and Technology Coast Manufacturing & Engineering Network and Business Growth ...

As the county seat, the city of Crestview recieved it's name from it's placement on a peak of long woodland range between the Yellow and Shoal rivers. Incorporated in 1915, the town enjoys the enviable position of being located at the junction of three major highways: U.S. 90, State Road 85 and Interstate Highway 10. Hence it’s designation: the "hub" city of Northwest Florida. It’s $3.7 million "main street" renovation that spanned from 1997– 2003 sparked a renaissance for this friendly city that continues today.

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Click here to download a PDF of Crestview Demographics

   
   
People  
Population (2016) 23,948
Labor Force 11,180
Median Age 31.91
   
Labor Force
College Degree 30.29%
High School Degree or Some College 57.43%
White Collar Workers 66%
Blue Collar Workers 33%
   
Budgets
Household Expenditures (Average) $51,357
Household Income (Median) $55,349
   
Transportation
Commute Travel Time (minutes) 27
Airports in Community 50 miles 10
Distance to Interstate (miles) In Community
Distance to Rail (miles) In Community
Source: www.okaloosasites.com. March 2017  

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