Pembroke Pines, Florida
A view in Pembroke Pines
Pembroke Pines began as an agricultural area devoted to dairy farms. Scattered small subdivisions began to appear right after World War II. One of those subdivisions was named "Village of Pembroke Pines" and it incorporated as a village under that name in 1959. Developers contested the incorporation and a legal battle began which ended with the incorporation of the City of Pembroke Pines.
That original subdivision was tiny and the city grew by annexing property around it. Then came Hurricane Andrew in 1992. That impacted southern Florida pretty badly and many residents from Miami and south moved north to Pembroke Pines. By 1999, the City of Pembroke Pines was ranked the third fastest growing city in the country.
The population of Pembroke Pines is up more than 18% from 2000.
Zip Codes: 33023-33029, 33330-33332
High School or Higher: 91.2%
Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 33.5%
Graduate or Professional Degree: 13.7%
Cost of Living Index for Pembroke Pines: 112.2
Median Household Income: $58,100
Median Home Value: $174,000
Median Resident Age: 39.6 Years
Government, Health Care, Construction, Professional Services, Educational Services, Lodging & Food Services, Insurance & Financial Services
Unemployed (June 2014): 4.8%
|Population by Age|
|18 & over||118,000|
|65 & over||22,915|
|Population by Ethnicity|
|Hispanic or Latino||64,061|
|Non Hispanic or Latino||90,689|
|Population by Race|
|Hawaiian or Pacific Islander||73|
|Two or more||5,051|