Palm Bay, Florida is on the southern end of Brevard County, Known for the Indians settled the area along the banks of the Indian River. The railroads brought prosperity to the area to originally known as the Town of Tillman, the citizens of the area change the name of the town to Palm Bay because of the abundance of Palm trees near the bay, Palm Bay incorporated in 1960.
Once referred to as a bedroom community of Melbourne Florida, Palm Bay has grown in to a much larger city with all the services anyone would need. Housing opportunities are everywhere the 3500+ apartments, town homes and condos A single family home at amazing prices in today’s real estate market will fulfill the American dream.
Palm bay restaurants are in no short supply, with over 130 eateries, cafe's, deli's you don't have to go far to find something to please the palate including regional and ethnic favorites as well as fast food and fine dining.
Business in Palm Bay, a home for hi tech companies; Harris Corporation, Intersil to name a few make their home In Brevard and make a substantial contribution to the community.
Over 30 recreational opportunities include city parks, an aquatic center, a regional park, public and private golf courses, wildlife sanctuaries. Check out the Lagoon House, a visitors' center with public information resource for the Indian River Lagoon Scenic Highway.
There are 24 public and private schools, Brevard Community College Palm Bay Campus, University of Central Florida Palm Bay Campus, Webster University and Barry University to name a few of the educational opportunities to further your studies and your career.