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Levy County, Florida

Levy County History, Geography, and Demographics

County Seat: Bronson
Year Organized: 1845
Square Miles: 1,118
Court House:

P.O. Box 310
County Courthouse
Bronson, FL 32621-0310

Etymology - Origin of County Name

David Levy (Yulee), US Senator, 1845-1851, 1855-1861.

Demographics:

County QuickFacts: Census Bureau Quick Facts

County History

Levy County was formed on the 10th of March 1845, from the Counties of Alachua and Marion. Alachua was formed in 1842 from Duval and St. Johns. Duval was formed in 1822 from the original St. Johns County. Marion was formed in 1844 from parts of Alachua, Hillsborough, and Mosquito, now Orange County in 1845. The County received its name from the first U.S. Senator from Florida, David Levy Yulee, whom also developed a 5,000 acre plantation on the Homosassa River. The town of Bronson was selected to be the County Seat.

Geography

Levy County is on the Gulf of Mexico, south of Gainesville and west of Ocala. It is bordered by Dixie, Gilchrist, Alachua, Marion, and Citrus counties. The county has 1,137 square miles of area. The average January temperature is 57.9 degrees F, and the average August temperature is 82.1 degrees F. The average annual rainfall is 45.30 inches.

Neighboring Counties:

  • North: Gilchrist County
  • Northeast: Alachua County
  • East: Marion County
  • Southeast: Citrus County
  • Southwest: Gulf of Mexico
  • Northwest: Dixie County
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