Levy County Florida

Levy County is located in North Central Florida at the southeastern end of the Panhandle bordering Dixie, Gilchrist, Alachua, Marion and Citrus Counties.

Levy County was established in 1845 from a portion of Alachua County and named for David Levy Yulee, first U.S. Senator from Florida and developer of a 5,000- acre plantation on the Homosassa River. Cedar Key was founded in 1850 and was the southern terminus of the first railroad across Florida.

Levy County Businesses & Related Content

Region: North Central Region

County Seat: Bronson

Localities in Levy County, FL
Andrews
Bronson
Cedar Key
Chiefland
East Bronson
East Williston
Fanning Springs
Inglis
Manatee Road
Morriston
Otter Creek
Raleigh
Williston
Williston Highlands
Yankeetown

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