Cutler, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

If you're looking for the population and steets of Cutler City, you've come to the right place. This article contains useful information about Cutler City, Florida. Before you begin your search, consider the area's schools. The list of schools below includes their names, addresses, and ZIP codes. In addition, you can use the map to find nearby schools and other points of interest.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the population of Cutler City is 45,425 as of 2020. It is the ninth largest municipality in Miami-Dade County, the 33rd largest city in the Miami-Dade Metropolitan Area, and the 88th most populated city in Florida. In the past year, the area around Cutler has grown rapidly with its economy and population.

After World War II, the area was undeveloped. Modest housing was built. Although most wild rhododendrons were removed, some still grow in the wetlands. In 1965, Cutler City voted to merge with nearby Oceanlake and Delake to form the city of Lincoln City. The city is comprised of a mix of full-time residents and second-home owners.

The town's population was first recorded in 1890, when the Cutler Bay Steering Committee and the town's leaders met to discuss the formation of a municipal advisory committee. The Steering Committee decided to incorporate the Cutler Ridge area. The decision to incorporate was spurred by efforts to rebuild after Hurricane Andrew, which devastated the area. The boundaries of the proposed incorporation included the Turnpike, U.S. 1 and Southwest 112th Avenue. The Cutler ZIP code is Tulare, and the city is located in the area.