About Duval County

Your company shouldn’t have to choose between a low cost of living or a high-quality workplace; a consolidated government or business-friendly climate; a vibrant downtown or miles of sandy beaches.

Spanning more than 840 square miles, Duval County is home to Jacksonville, the largest city by land in the contiguous United States, the most populated in Florida and one of the most military-friendly in the country.

Nestled between skyscrapers and the St. Johns River, Downtown Jacksonville has a modern vibe with a cool atmosphere along its North and South banks with Fortune 500 companies, professionals, residents and more than 1,930 businesses operating in the urban core.

With assets including Cecil Commerce Center, Jacksonville International Airport, JAXPORT, multiple military bases and a growing downtown, there’s space for your office and industrial operations.

Jacksonville has one of the lowest overall costs of living in Florida and the United States. Affordable, high-quality housing, the largest U.S. urban park system, unique neighborhoods, and an average 220 days of sunshine are just some of the reasons why so many people choose to relocate to Jacksonville each year.