18 October Clay County Home to Top Ranking ZIP Codes October 18, 2018 By Laura Pavlus General Clay County, residential homes, workforce housing, talent, home sales, real estate, development, builders, value 0 Q3 2018 Northeast Florida ZIP codes by largest year-over-year growth for the average single-family home: Jacksonville Business Journal - October 18, 2018 - article here Rank Zip Code City Peak Price Year Median Home Value Percent Increase Year-over-Year #18 32217 Jacksonville 2006 $199,100 8.2% #17 32246 Jacksonville 2006 $177,200 8.4% #16 32266 Neptune Beach 2018 $419,200 8.9% #15 32233 Atlantic Beach 2018 $269,300 9.1% #14 32244 Jacksonville 2006 $152,100 9.3% #13 32218 Jacksonville 2006 $169,600 9.3% #12 32043 Green Cove Springs 2007 $206,100 9.3% #11 32065 Orange Park 2007 $205,300 9.7% #10 32207 Jacksonville 2006 $161,600 9.7% #9 32068 Middleburg 2007 $186,500 10.7% #8 32205 Jacksonville 2006 $150,200 11.2% #7 32211 Jacksonville 2006 $140,100 11.2% #6 32656 Keystone Heights 2006 $150,500 11.7% #5 32073 Orange Park 2007 $182,900 11.8% #4 32210 Jacksonville 2007 $130,700 11.9% #3 32084 St. Augustine 2006 $199,600 12.3% #2 32145 Hastings 2018 $129,300 12.5% #1 32087 Sanderson 2006 $86,800 15.6% Clay County is proud to have 5 of the top 18 ranking ZIP codes for year-over-year growth in average single-family homes in Northeast Florida. Construction of the First Coast Express is fueling this increase. Clay County population growth projections are by-far the largest in the region for the next 10 to 15 years. Concurrently, 77% of Clay County residents commute into neighboring counties to work. Clay County is home to the second highest wage earners in the region. To learn more about business opportunities in Clay County, Florida, call 904.375.9394. Related Clay Branding Study - Proposed New County Logo and a New County Seal After a year of talk and expectation, county commissioners have given the order to finalize a new logo and branding scheme for the county they hope will spur intrigue, tourism and economic growth countywide. Here are the drafts of a proposed new county logo and a new county seal. Will Ketchum of Burdette-Ketchum, which created the brand, suggested the new county seal would also differentiate Clay County, Florida from the other 17 counties named Clay throughout the U.S. Clay Commission Discussing Rebranding County Image The Clay County Commission this month is expected to consider recommendations to showcase the county’s natural, historic and recreational resources as well as its communities to best attract tourism, new businesses and residents. Clay County's Pitch in the Park Hopes to Give County's Entrepreneurs the Stage for Success Clay County entrepreneurs are looking to give local innovators a chance to be in the spotlight, with the county’s first innovation festival, Pitch in the Park. Eighteen entrepreneurs were selected to present their startup ideas at 10 a.m. on January 21st at Town Hall Park in Orange Park. Each person will have two minutes to present their ideas to a panel of three judges and the audience. Clay EDC Board of Directors Support One-Cent Sales Tax At the June 14, 2016 Board of County Commissioners meeting, Clay EDC President, Bill Garrison, read a resolution by the Clay EDC Board of Directors announcing their support of the one-cent sales tax extension. Clay looks to build economy on growing health care industry The growing health care industry in Clay County is key to its future economic development although manufacturing and distribution also have major roles to play, say officials helping county leaders chart a course for attracting and retaining sustainable businesses offering residents solid, well-paying jobs. Clay County Schools One Point Away from "A" District Letter Grade The Clay County School District was one point away from being named an “A” District in recent scores released last week by the Florida Department of Education for the 2016-2017 school year. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.