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GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Inside & Out Property Inspectors offer more than just a home inspection in Green Cove Springs. Other inspections performed are new construction inspections, 11 month warranty inspections, and pre-drywall inspections.
If you are looking for more we also perform infrared inspections, deck inspections, sewer scope inspections, stucco inspections, and commercial inspections.
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Green Cove Springs
Green Cove Springs saw its first inhabitants over 7000 years ago when drawn to its warm mineral springs. First developed in 1816 and became the Clay County seat in 1871. It’s part of the Jacksonville Metropolitan Area.
The city currently has a population of about 9000 according to the most recent available census data, with estimates of the entire Clay County increasing this number to about 224,000. The city is mostly made up of Caucasians, with about 77.46% of the population identifying as Caucasian or white. 15.16% of the population was African-American, and 6.08% were made up of two or more races. Other minority populations include Native Americans, as well as Pacific Islanders and other Asian people.
Transport & Transit Infrastructure
Bus services are provided by the Clay County Transportation shuttles, and the city is served by the Northeast Florida Regional Airport (UST) and is just 20 miles away. Jacksonville International Airport (JAX) is the nearest major airport, about 30 miles away by way of US-17.
The primary mode of transportation is passenger vehicles, with public transit available. There is also an affordable Flex Service available if you need a shuttle to drop you off or pick you up at a place other than the designated bus stops.
Schooling & Education
Both primary and secondary education are overseen by Clay County School District, and schools include Green Cove Springs Jr High and Charles E Bennett Elementary. Green Cove Springs is also home of Crossroads Christian School which operates in the north of the city.
There are a few higher education institutions in the area, including Florida Gateway College and nearby St. Johns River State College-Orange Park Campus and Panama College of Cell Science.
Culture & Leisure
Green Cove Springs holds many special events throughout the year. There is the Annual Memorial Day RiverFest, The Annual Christmas on Walnut Street Festival, The Parade of Trees, and many more.
There are also many other things to enjoy in Green Cove Springs. The City Swimming pool, Augusta Savage Arts & Community Center, and the Thomas Hogans Memorial Gym just to name a few.
Geography & Climate
Green Cove Springs gets relatively more precipitation than the average city in the US, 50 inches per year as opposed to just 38 inches for the rest of the country. It does get 221 sunny days compared to the US average of just 205. In the summer, highs are in the low 90s, and in the winter it can get down to the 40s.
Economy & Growth
Green Cove Springs has a low unemployment rate of 3.3%, with a predicted job growth of over 46% in the next ten years. Major drivers of economic growth include:
● Tourism, hospitality, and food services
● Educational services
● Arts, entertainment, and recreation
Green Cove Springs
A Unique, Historic City In Florida!
With low crime rates, highly rated schools, and that rural feel, Green Cove Springs is a fantastic place to live in Florida.