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Neptune Beach Population: 6,886

Total Males: 3,491
Total Females: 3,395
Median Household Income: $59,342
Total Households: 3,375

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Brief Information About Neptune Beach


Neptune Beach is located in Duval County. It’s a beachfront city. It has schools, banks and churches all over. The primary economic activities include accounting jobs, adoption agencies, airlines, advertising, hotels, insurance sectors, real estate, telecommunications, wedding supplies and services, transports giving on rent and lease to name a few.

Also Neptune Beach has small shopping malls, thrift shops, pubs, salons, restaurants, eateries and take outs. Here medical facilities are quite good with good surgeons, ophthalmologists, pediatricians, osteopathy and nutritionists.  

Tourists can enjoy massage parlors, cyber cafes, clubs and coffee joints spread all across the city.

 







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