Suntree, Florida

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Suntree is a planned unincorporated community in Brevard County, Florida, United States.[1] It is located near the center of the county, off I-95 near Viera between Interstate 95 and the Florida East Coast Railroad. It lies approximately halfway between Rockledge and Melbourne.

Suntree is part of the Palm BayMelbourneTitusville Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Geography[edit]

Suntree is located at 28°13′46″N 80°54′05″W / 28.22944°N 80.90139°W / 28.22944; -80.90139Coordinates: 28°13′46″N 80°54′05″W / 28.22944°N 80.90139°W / 28.22944; -80.90139 While it is located north of Melbourne, it uses a Melbourne, Florida postal address.

Rare snowfall[edit]

On January 9, 2010, a storm during a cold snap brought mostly rain, but it later changed into sleet and then to snow. The snow was light, and there was no accumulation.

Media[edit]

  • The Sun also a bi-weekly newspaper, serves Suntree and the surrounding areas, including Palm Shores.
  • Hometown News is the bi-weekly local newspaper that serves Suntree/Viera.
  • WFHA-LP is a low-powered radio station serving the community, with transmitter/studio facilities in Windover Farms of Melbourne.

Notable residents[edit]

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