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Area Information for Key Biscayne, Florida
Key Biscayne is an island community in Miami-Dade County that had a population of 12,344 as of the 2010 Census.
Considered the southernmost of the Florida barrier islands, Key Biscayne is connected to the city of Miami by the Rickenbacker Causeway.
The barrier island was originally formed by sand eroded from the Appalachian Mountains that was then naturally deposited where the island sits today.
Although the Tequestas occupied the islands for decades, the land was eventually taken over by the Spaniards.Â
In 1825 â€“ after Florida had been granted statehood â€“ a family of seven became the first permanent residents of Key Biscayne.
From there, the island continued to develop thanks to its involvement in such businesses as the coconut industry.
Today, the five mile long island can be divided into three sections:
- Crandon Park, county owned park property on the northern section
- Key Biscayne, an incorporated village in the center of the island
- Bill Bags Cape Florida State Park, which is located on the southern part of the island
Key Biscayne residents attend schools right on the island.Â In addition to operating its own elementary and middle school within the Miami-Dade Public School System, the Village also has its own fire and police force. Â
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