Atlantic Beach 1Atlantic Beach is a city located in Duval County, Florida, and currently is home to over 12,600 residents. Located in the Jacksonville Metropolitan Area, Atlantic Beach is actually only quasi-independent; despite the fact that it maintains its own municipal government, residents vote in the general Jacksonville elections and they also have representation in Jacksonville’s local government. Atlantic Beach is located about 20 miles east of Jacksonville, on the coast of Florida and is a popular resort town in the region. Atlantic Beach’s history stretches back to 1900, when Henry Flagler built a railroad spur to the coast out of Jacksonville and decided to open a hotel. People began to flock to the area, and the town of Atlantic Beach was incorporated in 1926. It has remained relatively small, serving more as a resort and getaway town than anything else, and today is a less-popular snowbird destination in the state of Florida.

Basic Facts About Atlantic Beach

  • Current population: 12,600
  • Current mayor: Carolyn Woods
  • Total area: 13 sq mi
  • Official website: http://www.coab.us/
  • Located in: Duval County
  • Founded in: 1926 (incorporated)
  • Zip codes: 32224, 32233
  • Area codes: 904

Auto Transport Tips to Atlantic Beach

Atlantic Beach is located not far from the largest city in the state of Florida, yet despite the size of the Jacksonville metropolitan area it’s still not as popular a location to ship to or from as, say, Miami. Of course, it’s relative; Jacksonville is still one of the cheaper cities to ship to and from due to its ease of access, and Atlantic Beach, located just 20 miles away, is fairly popular as well, particularly during the fall and winter months when all the snowbirds are moving south for the winter. This can be a good time to book your shipment as it’s generally the cheapest of the year.

If you are shipping on a budget, Jacksonville may be a decent alternative, especially if you’re able to drive around the metropolitan area. Atlantic Beach is fairly removed; twenty miles isn’t bad, but the fact that it sits on the coast and is only connected to Jacksonville via state highways may make it more expensive to ship to in comparison to the larger city. Auto shippers prefer running routes to and from major metropolitan areas, and this can be a good way to save time and money on your shipment.

Of course, you’ll want to discuss all the details with your personal auto transport representative; their job is to help you with the entire auto transport process and make things as easy as possible for you. If you need to get a hold of someone, fill out our free online form; you’ll get multiple free quotes e-mailed to you within about an hour and you can call those companies directly to discuss your shipment. If you have more general questions, or need help navigating our site or filling out our form, give us a call at 800-930-7417 to speak to one of our live agents.

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