Living in Jacksonville, North Carolina
Founded in 1849, Jacksonville, North Carolina is the 14th largest city in North Carolina, and, as of 2014, the 5th fastest-growing small city in the country according to Forbes Magazine.
In its early days, Jacksonville was a sparsely populated agricultural town, with a population of only 783 in 1930. Things changed rapidly upon the completion of the United States Marine Corps' Camp Lejeune in 1940, and the population exploded. Now, over 70,000 people call Jacksonville home, and we hope that you will too!
Jacksonville offers a high quality of life, with easy access to many beaches and pleasant temperatures year-round. It's no wonder so many people are moving to Jacksonville, so let us help you find your home here!
Learn more about Jacksonville by visiting the links below:
- Official website for the city of Jacksonville
- Official website for Camp Lejeune
- Jacksonville chamber of commerce
- Find the city's top rated public schools
- Visit the area's many beaches