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Lets cover off West Palm Beach first. West Palm Beach, also known as West Palm, is the most populous city in Palm Beach County, Florida, United States. The city is also the oldest incorporated municipality in South Florida.

According to 2000 US Census Data and 2008 University of Florida data, West Palm Beach and contiguous Census Designated Places (CDPs) had a population of 134,795.

The city proper has a 2008 estimated population of 103,663. It is the county seat of Palm Beach County, and is one of the principal cities in the South Florida metropolitan area, which has an estimated 2007 population of 5,413,212.

The area is known as the West Palm Beach-Boca Raton-Boynton Beach Metropolitan Division, which covers the entire Palm Beach County area. It is situated in the northernmost county of the South Florida metropolitan area.

West Palm Beach, FloridaAs of 2000, West Palm Beach had the 65th-highest percentage of Cuban residents in the US, with 5.29% of the populace (tied with Cooper City).

It had the forty-third highest percentage of Haitian residents in the US, at 4.20% of the city’s population (tied with Roosevelt, New York,) and the fifty-sixth highest percentage of Guatemalan residents in the US, at 2.24% of its population. There is a thriving Hispanic community just south of the Downtown area called Poinciana Park.

The estimated 2008 population of West Palm Beach and the immediately adjacent Census Designated Places is 134,795. Much of this urbanized area lies directly west of the city and includes the neighborhoods of Westgate, Belvedere Homes, Lakeside Green, Century Village, Schall Circle, Lake Belvedere Estates, Plantation Mobile Homes, and Golden Lakes.

West Palm Beach, FloridaThese neighborhoods are not technically within the boundaries of West Palm Beach, being located in unincorporated Palm Beach County.

However, residents possess a “West Palm Beach” address and urban services, such as police, fire, parks, water and sewer, are provided by a combination of Palm Beach County and the City of West Palm Beach in these areas.

The City of West Palm Beach also provides water and sewer service to the Town of Palm Beach.

The contiguous “urbanized” area, of which West Palm Beach is the core city, includes most of eastern Palm Beach County and has an estimated 2008 population of around 1,250,000.