Panaca, Nevada Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The population and steets in Panaca City, FL are estimated by the United States Census Bureau. This data is updated annually and whenever new information is available. While this data is believed to be reliable, it is not guaranteed to be so. In order to obtain the most accurate data, please visit the U.S. Census Bureau's website. Listed below are the demographics of Panaca City, FL.

The Panama City Area has over one million people. This makes it the fifty most populous metropolitan area in the United States. Its population is reported as 1,135,503 people per square mile. As of the 2000 census, there are more than seven hundred thousand residents in Panaca City. The population is spread out across eighty neighborhoods, with approximately twenty five percent of the city's residents living in the city limits.

Panama City was originally named Harrison City after a tough Tippecanoe Indian. Harrison Avenue honors the name of the city's first mayor, William H. Harrison. During the Civil War, Panama City was important to the Confederacy because of the deep harbor, which was a good hideout for blockade runners. Supplies were brought in through St. Andrews Bay and into the city.

The city is home to several neighborhoods, including Forest Park, Glenwood, the Cove, and St. Andrews. There are several major employers in Panama City, including Kraton Chemical, Eastern Shipbuilding, Berg Steel Pipe Corp., and NantHealth. Education is also important in Panama City, as high-achieving public schools are located here. The city also has a college campus, as well as a campus for Florida State University and Troy University.