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Local info

Here are websites for Keys municipalities and agencies, state government and locally important federal agencies.

The Florida Keys are located in Monroe County, Florida. They are in the 18th Congressional District.

Within the Keys, there are several incorporated municipalities. The rest is unincorporated Monroe County, including the largest islands of Key Largo and Big Pine Key and most of the Lower Keys.

Offices for the county, state and federal agencies are scattered throughout the Keys, often with branch offices in more than one area.

Keys municipalities



Islamorada

"Islamorada, Village of Islands" includes Plantation Key, Windley Key, Upper Matecumbe Key and Lower Matecumbe Key



City of Marathon

City of Key Colony Beach

City of Key West

Islandia



Monroe County

Monroe County home

Monroe County Sheriff's Office



State of Florida

Florida government website

Attorney General

Department of Community Affairs

Department of Education

Florida Department of Law Enforcement

Department of Transportation — District 6

South Florida Regional Planning Council

Florida Department of Corrections

Florida Report on Physician Discipline & Malpractice

Florida Administrative Weekly

Fla. Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer Services

(Includes consumer information)



Department of Environmental Protection

Online Sunshine — The Florida Legislature

Florida Courts

South Florida Water Management District

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC)

Florida Corrections Commission

Everglades Restoration Project -

Florida State Parks



U.S. agencies

U.S. government — FedWorld Home Page

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Home Page

U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit

Federal Emergency Management Agency

The United States Senate

The United States House of Representatives

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

National Hurricane Center



Islandia

Islandia was an incorporated developers dream. That is, a municipality was incorporated at the very tip of the Keys, on the edge of Biscayne Bay, but nothing was ever developed. It's unclear if Islandia's charter has lapsed. Some maps, atlases, weather reports, guides, GPS systems and other references based on official databases still list Islandia. It has however, actually vanished beneath the bay.

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