The City of Sebastian, Florida is located in Indian River County, approximately midway through the east coast of the Florida Peninsula between Melbourne and Vero Beach in an area known as the Treasure Coast. It is recognized as the home of Pelican Island, the first designated wildlife refuge in the United States. Sebastian is a Tree City and a Millennium City. To see Sebastian on a Florida map, Click Here
The City of Sebastian was first incorporated as the Town of Sebastian in 1924. Current population is approximately 23,000. The City has seen rapid growth in the past several years and it is anticipated to continue.
The City of Sebastian boasts beautiful parks, public and private elementary schools, middle schools and a high school just outside the City limits, an unobstructed view if the intra-costal waterway in the Indian River Lagoon along its dazzling riverfront district, close proximity to Atlantic beaches, a year round temperature of 73.4 degrees, a police department, shops and restaurants, many churches, several City festivals each year including the Sebastian Clambake in early November, monthly arts and crafts shows, concerts in Riverside Park, a municipal golf course and airport and a central location within easy access to I95 and the Florida Turnpike.
Some of the best boating, surfing and other watersports/recreation occur around the Sebastian Inlet from the Indian River Lagoon to the Atlantic Ocean.
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