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The area code system came to Florida in 1947, and at the time the state only had one area code (305). In 1953, area code 813 was given to the western coast of Florida and 904 was assigned to the northern part of Florida in the year of 1965. Area code 407 was introduced to the Orlando area in 1988. As the cities in Florida grew over the past two decades, so have the numbers of area codes assigned to different Florida cities; currently, there are 17 area codes in the state of Florida. The next area code to be introduced will be 689, as soon as Orlando and Melbourne run out of new numbers with existing 407 and 321 area codes .Check out esa contact details by visitng this directory website www.contactnumbersonline.com.

239: Southwest coast: all of Lee County, Collier County, mainland Monroe County excluding Florida Keys; includes Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Naples, Everglades

305: All of Miami-Dade County and the Florida Keys of Monroe County: Miami, Homestead, Coral Gables, Key West; overlaid by 786 for all of Miami-Dade

321: Orlando, Cocoa Beach, St. Cloud and central eastern Florida, partial overlay with 407; also exclusive code for Space Coast: Cape Canaveral, Melbourne, Titusville, Cocoa Beach

352: Gainesville, Ocala, Inverness, Spring Hill, Dunnellon and central Florida

386: Daytona Beach, Lake City, Live Oak, Crescent City and northern and eastern Florida

407: Orlando, Cocoa Beach, Kissimmee, St. Cloud and central eastern Florida, partial overlay with 321

561: Palm Beach County, including West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Belle Glade

727: Majority of Pinellas County including Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Dunedin excluding and parts of Oldsmar; coastal third of Pasco County

754: All of Broward County: Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Coral Springs, overlays with 954

772: Vero Beach, Port Saint Lucie, Fort Pierce, Sebastian, Stuart and central eastern Florida

786: Miami-Dade County, excluding Florida Keys; overlays with most of 305

813: All of Hillsborough County, including Tampa, Plant City; inland areas of Pasco County, and parts of Oldsmar in Pinellas County

850: Pensacola, Tallahassee, Panama City and the Florida panhandle

863: Lakeland, Avon Park, Clewiston, Bartow, Sebring, Winter Haven and south central Florida

904: Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Starke, Green Cove Springs and northeastern Florida

941: Gulf Coast immediately south of Tampa Bay: all of Manatee County; Sarasota County and Charlotte County; includes Bradenton, Port Charlotte, Sarasota, Punta Gorda

954: All of Broward County: Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Coral Springs, overlaid by 754

Florida Statistics

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Florida had 18,537,969 residents as of 2009, with an increase of 16.0% from 2000 to 2009. 6.3% were children under 5 years of age in 2009, when the survey was last taken. 21.9% were under 18 in 2009. 17.2% were age 65 and over during the same year. 50.8% of the population was female in 2009. 79.4% of the population was white in the same year, while 16.1% was black, 2.4% were Asian and 21.5% were Hispanic. 16.7% were foreign-born in 2009. 23.1% were over the age of 5 in 2000 and had a language other than English spoken at home. 79.9% were high school graduates over 25, as of the year 2000. 22.3% had a Bachelor’s degree or higher in the year 2000, and were over the age of 25. 3,274,566 had a disability and were over 5 years old as of 2000. Also in 2000, there were 2.46 persons per household. 13.3% were living below the poverty level in 2008.

As of June of 2009, there were a total of 100,894 prisoners in the custody of the Florida Department of Correction; this is an increase of 2.8% from the year prior. 7,037 were female prisoners and 93,857 were male. The majority of inmates were male and black. On June 30, 2009, 536 of every 100,000 Florida residents were incarcerated, compared to 471 in 2005.

Reverse Phone Lookup in Florida

To do a reverse phone lookup of a landline or reverse cell lookup, the first step would be to plug the number into the search engine of choice. This service is free. If no results match, the next step is to look at a specific phone directory site. Sometimes these websites have special reverse cell search fields. However, these only work if the subscriber enters his or her phone number voluntarily on this site. The final way to perform a reverse cell number lookup is to pay a special reverse cell number search site to do it; this is the surest way to find the correct owner of the number in question.