Each metro area under this heading may contain sites in topical sub-categories as well as links to other geographic categories. As used here, each metro area is defined by its included counties, a way of grouping the state's counties into sub-state areas. Agreement with metro area definitions supplied by the U.S. Census Bureau is neither implied nor intended.
Most sites should be submitted to a locality. Sites which may be listed at metro level include:
  • Businesses with offices or locations in multiple counties spanning the metro area.
  • Clubs or associations drawing members from the entire metro.
  • Governmental, scientific or environmental sites concerned with a multi-county area.
Geographic categories like this one contain sites in topical sub-categories as well as links to other geographic categories. As used here, this metro area is defined as the area included in the following counties: Charlotte, Collier, DeSoto, Glades, Hendry, and Lee. Agreement with metro area definitions supplied by the U.S. Census Bureau is neither implied nor intended.
Most sites should be submitted to a locality. Sites which may be listed at metro level include:
  • Businesses with offices or locations in multiple counties spanning the metro area.
  • Clubs or associations drawing members from the entire metro.
  • Governmental, scientific or environmental sites concerned with a multi-county area.
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Geographic categories like this one contain sites in topical sub-categories as well as links to other geographic categories. As used here, this metro area is defined as the area included in the following counties: Alachua, Dixie, Gilchrist, and Levy. Agreement with metro area definitions supplied by the U.S. Census Bureau is neither implied nor intended.
Most sites should be submitted to a locality. Sites which may be listed at metro level include:
  • Businesses with offices or locations in multiple counties spanning the metro area.
  • Clubs or associations drawing members from the entire metro.
  • Governmental, scientific or environmental sites concerned with a multi-county area.
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Geographic categories like this one contain sites in topical sub-categories as well as links to other geographic categories. As used here, this metro area is defined as the area included in the following Florida counties: Baker, Bradford, Clay, Columbia, Duval, Putnam, Nassau, St. Johns, and Union, as well as the following Georgia counties: Brantley, Camden, Charlton, Clinch, Glynn, and Ware. Agreement with metro area definitions supplied by the U.S. Census Bureau is neither implied nor intended.
Most sites should be submitted to a locality. Sites which may be listed at metro level include:
  • Businesses with offices or locations in multiple counties spanning the metro area.
  • Clubs or associations drawing members from the entire metro.
  • Governmental, scientific or environmental sites concerned with a multi-county area.
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As used here, this metro area is defined as the area included in the following counties: Miami-Dade and Broward. This definition does not necessarily coincide with those supplied by the U.S. Census Bureau. This category contains sites in topical sub-categories as well as links to other geographic categories.
Most sites should be submitted to a locality. Sites which may be listed at metro level include:
  • Businesses with offices or locations in multiple counties spanning the metro area.
  • Clubs or associations drawing members from the entire metro.
  • Governmental, scientific or environmental sites concerned with a multi-county area.
  • Certain types of "come to you" service providers.
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Geographic categories like this one contain sites in topical sub-categories as well as links to other geographic categories. As used here, this metro area is defined as the area included in the following counties: Brevard, Flagler, Lake, Marion, Osceola, Orange, Seminole, Sumter, and Volusia. Agreement with metro area definitions supplied by the U.S. Census Bureau is neither implied nor intended.
Most sites should be submitted to a locality. Sites which may be listed at metro level include:
  • Businesses with offices or locations in multiple counties spanning the metro area.
  • Clubs or associations drawing members from the entire metro.
  • Governmental, scientific or environmental sites concerned with a multi-county area.
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Geographic categories like this one contain sites in topical sub-categories as well as links to other geographic categories. As used here, this metro area is defined as the area included in the following counties: Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Liberty, Walton, and Washington. Agreement with metro area definitions supplied by the U.S. Census Bureau is neither implied nor intended.
Most sites should be submitted to a locality. Sites which may be listed at metro level include:
  • Businesses with offices or locations in multiple counties spanning the metro area.
  • Clubs or associations drawing members from the entire metro.
  • Governmental, scientific or environmental sites concerned with a multi-county area.
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Geographic categories like this one contain sites in topical sub-categories as well as links to other geographic categories. As used here, this metro area is defined as the area included in the following counties: Escambia, Okaloosa, and Santa Rosa. Agreement with metro area definitions supplied by the U.S. Census Bureau is neither implied nor intended.
Most sites should be submitted to a locality. Sites which may be listed at metro level include:
  • Businesses with offices or locations in multiple counties spanning the metro area.
  • Clubs or associations drawing members from the entire metro.
  • Governmental, scientific or environmental sites concerned with a multi-county area.
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Geographic categories like this one contain sites in topical sub-categories as well as links to other geographic categories. As used here, this metro area is defined as the area included in the following Florida counties: Gadsden, Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Madison, Suwanee, Taylor, and Wakulla, as well as the following Georgia counties: Decatur, Grady, Lanier, Miller, Seminole, and Thomas. Agreement with metro area definitions supplied by the U.S. Census Bureau is neither implied nor intended.
Most sites should be submitted to a locality. Sites which may be listed at metro level include:
  • Businesses with offices or locations in multiple counties spanning the metro area.
  • Clubs or associations drawing members from the entire metro.
  • Governmental, scientific or environmental sites concerned with a multi-county area.
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Geographic categories like this one contain sites in topical sub-categories as well as links to other geographic categories. As used here, this metro area is defined as the area included in the following counties: Citrus, Hardee, Hernando, Highlands, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, and Sarasota. Agreement with metro area definitions supplied by the U.S. Census Bureau is neither implied nor intended.
Most sites should be submitted to a locality. Sites which may be listed at metro level include:
  • Businesses with offices or locations in multiple counties spanning the metro area.
  • Clubs or associations drawing members from the entire metro.
  • Governmental, scientific or environmental sites concerned with a multi-county area.
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Geographic categories like this one contain sites in topical sub-categories as well as links to other geographic categories. As used here, this metro area is defined as the area included in the following counties: Indian River, Martin, Okeechobee, Palm Beach, and St. Lucie. Agreement with metro area definitions supplied by the U.S. Census Bureau is neither implied nor intended.
Most sites should be submitted to a locality. Sites which may be listed at metro level include:
  • Businesses with offices or locations in multiple counties spanning the metro area.
  • Clubs or associations drawing members from the entire metro.
  • Governmental, scientific or environmental sites concerned with a multi-county area.
Compare existing listings for best results.