Palm Beach Gardens Living

The average age in Palm Beach Gardens is 51 which makes this a popular retirement town for those who love golf and/or the beach. The shopping is great at The Gardens Mall, or you may want to take in the Salute Market, which patrons describe it as a little bit of Napa Valley in the sunshine state. Part bistro, winery and boutiques, it can make a wonderful shopping afternoon.

Currently the population for Palm Beach Gardens is 48,452. The School District of Palm Beach County is recognized as an A-rated district. There are 2 local public high schools, Palm Beach Gardens Community High School and William T. Dwyer High School, also The Upper School campus of The Benjamin School is located in Palm Beach Gardens. As far as colleges, The Edward M. Eissey Campus, a branch of the Palm Beach State College is located in Palm Beach Gardens, which houses the Eissey Theatre of the Performing Arts. The theater house outstanding performances year round.

To find out more information on moving to Palm Beach Gardens, contact the City of Palm Beach Gardens, or go to their website at,