Ranked as the 7th best small place for business and careers, Flagler County is a thriving community with a low average cost of living and an abundance of cultural, recreational and leisure opportunities.
120,481 Population, 2022
48,309 Labor Force, 2021
27.1 Minute Commute
About Flagler County
A coastal community with pristine beaches and proximity to the Intracoastal Waterway, Flagler County has available land for new construction and business-ready sites for any size company relocation or expansion.
Our economy is ideally suited to support the advanced manufacturing, aviation, life sciences, IT and agriculture industries. The county is part of Florida’s High Tech Corridor, which is the 4th largest “hot spot” for tech jobs in the U.S. Flagler’s airport is designated as a Federal Trade Zone, and the county’s infrastructure is able to accommodate innovative advanced manufacturing companies.
Over the last 10 years, Flagler has consistently been one of the fastest growing counties in America. Top rated schools, competitive residential costs, and more than 125 miles of interconnected trails and 20 miles of shoreline, are just a few reasons why you can, and should, move to Flagler County!