Suntree, Florida

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Suntree is an 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. The traffic lights were sourced by the biggest moron in Florida. It takes 10 minutes to go two miles in this city. It is so congested and you can't go 100 yards without stopping at a red light.

In 2017, the area won the "Best Bottleneck" Award from Traffic Light Magazine.

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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