Delray BeachMy Home City:  Delray Beach

Delray Beach is a unique city! A Village by the Sea! The award winning public beaches, vibrant downtown nightlife, excellent neighborhoods, bustling economy, and abundance of cultural activities: Delray Beach offers an unparalleled quality of life.


Who would not enjoy to watch the Sunrise in Delray Beach?

Delray Beach is located in Palm Beach County and was settled in 1895, and now has a population of to 60,645 people.

The 15.37 square miles of land area of Delray Beach has been developed up to 90%.

The City has a downtown Tennis Facility with 14 clay courts and 7 hard court with a Stadium that seats 8200 tennis fans! If you are visiitng and need a match? Stop by and sign up for their Friday Social from 7pm - 9pm! Starting in 2014 this tournement will be the Delray Beach Open sponsored by the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas!

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The Media release for the Centennial 2011:

From 1895 to 1898, the area west of the Intracoastal Waterway (called the "Canal" by settlers) was known as the Town of Linton. This was changed to the Town of Delray, named after the hometown of some of the early settlers, with the hope that the name "Delray" would inspire a new beginning of prosperity and growth.                                                                                  

On September 4, 1911, a public meeting was held at the Ladies Improvement Association Hall for the purpose of discussing the incorporation of the Town of Delray. An election was held on October 9, 1911, resulting in 56 of 57 votes (one abstained) in favor of incorporation. In the early 1920s, the Town Council changed the name from the Town of Delray to the City of Delray. In 1923 the land east of the Intracoastal Waterway was incorporated as Delray Beach and in 1927 the City of Delray and Delray Beach merged to form the City of Delray Beach.