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Key Largo is located on an island off the southwestern coast of Florida along the Gulf of Mexico. The community of Key Largo is situated on the island of the same name in the upper part of the Florida Keys. The name is derived from "Cayo Largo" which in Spanish means "long key." Key Largo is the first island of the Florida Keys. The Overseas Highway to the famous Key West originates at Key Largo.

Population: 12971
Local Newspapers: Key West Citizen Miami Herald
Local Sports Teams: Florida Marlins (MLB) Florida Panthers (NHL) Miami Dolphins (NFL) Miami Fusion (MLS) Miami Heat (NBA)
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Zip Codes associated with key largo, florida: 33037
Towns/Cities near key largo, florida : Islamorada Florida City Marathon

Key Largo News
How long will Upper Keys park be closed?

Upper Keys residents say ongoing closure at hurricane-damaged Harry Harris Park harms small businesses, coral rescuers and quality of life. A children's playground in Harry Harris Park, several weeks after Hurricane Irma damaged the popular Tavernier oceanfront site.

Florida Keys attraction and resort reopen following Irma

The Keys reopened to visitors Oct. 1, and most tourism facilities in less-affected Key Largo and Key West quickly recovered. But many properties elsewhere in the Keys were significantly impacted.

Hurricane Irma costs, concerns go to commission

Crews with the federal and state Emergency Support Function 10 response agency move a recovered vessel to a storage area in Marathon on Dec. 5 More than 2,000 boats have been recovered from Florida Keys waters. Crews with the federal and state Emergency Support Function 10 response agency move a recovered vessel to a storage area in Marathon on Dec. 5 More than 2,000 boats have been recovered from Florida Keys waters.

Our Opinion: Brainstorming on hurricanes

The aftermath of Hurricane Irma left not only a trail of destruction and piles of debris, but also a mountain of questions about how Florida can improve its preparation and response to future natural disasters.

Couple lives in tent next to their destroyed trailer

Lori Jones and her boyfriend, Kim Kenney, pose for a picture outside their tent at Castaways RV Park, at Father Tony Way & Avenue C in Big Pine Key on Friday, Dec. 8, 2017. Lori and Kim have been living in a tent next to their trailer that was destroyed during Hurricane Irma.

Boat parades sail along in the Keys

One down, three to go: The Stock Island lighted boat parade was scheduled for Friday. Now it's other areas' turn.

Snappers owner: If you (let us) build it, they will come

Snappers Oceanfront Bar and Restaurant in Key Largo lay in ruins days after the Sept. 10 Hurricane Irma.

Key Largo men arrested for felony dumping on U.S. 1

Even though it is free to bring hurricane debris to any county transfer station, two Key Largo men allegedly decided Grassy Key would be a better spot Saturday morning - and it wasn't free. Just days after Monroe officials made it illegal to add to the hurricane debris piles on the side of U.S. 1, Brian Walker, 54, and Erin Harbour, 47, of Key Largo were found in a truck at mile marker 58, Grassy Key, said Monroe County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Deputy Becky Herrin.

Parents and teens in South Beach on a budget: It can be done

South Beach has a reputation as a boozy playground for partying rich kids, celebrities and wannabes. So is it possible for parents to enjoy a vacation here on a budget with teenagers? My husband Dan and I took our 18-year-old daughter Maggie and her 19-year-old friend Louise Reed to South Beach on vacation.

Smuggling operation brought drugs and people from Bahamas to Key Largo

A federal judge has sentenced the leader of an operation that smuggled large amounts of drugs and migrants from the Bahamas to Key Largo to 10 years in prison. Things started going south for Manuel De La Caridad Riesgo-Penate, 55, in early March when he lost a shipment of cocaine and marijuana to U.S. Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations agents who stopped a go-fast boat about 21 nautical miles east of Key Largo.

Post-Irma, Key West commissioner wants metal and concrete roofs mandatory

A Key West city commissioner wants metal and concrete roofs to become mandatory on homes due to their performance during Hurricane Irma nearly three months ago. Commissioner Richard Payne, taking a page from the Monroe County Commission, says metal and concrete out-performed other roof materials during Irma, the Category 4 storm that roared across the Keys Sept.

Florida Keys Group Burns Hurricane Flags to Mark Season End

Mary Martin, left, holds burning hurricane warning flags set on fire to symbolize the end of the 2017 Atlantic Basin hurricane season on Thursday in Key West, Fla. The ceremony came after a turbulent 2017 season that included three major hurricanes -- Harvey, Irma and Maria -- that pummeled parts of the U.S., Puerto Rico and the Caribbean.

Smuggling operation brought drugs and people from Bahamas to Key Largo

A federal judge sentenced the leader of an operation that smuggled large amounts of drugs and migrants from the Bahamas to Key Largo to 10 years in prison last week. Things started going south for Manuel De La Caridad Riesgo-Penate, 55, in early March when he lost a shipment of cocaine and marijuana to U.S. Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations agents who stopped a go-fast boat about 21 nautical miles east of Key Largo.

Fire destroys houseboat off Key Largo Thursday morning

Fortunately, when crews from U.S. Coast Guard Station Islamorada put out the fire with the prop wash of a patrol boat, they discovered the 50-foot vessel was unoccupied, said Petty Officer Kendrick Everette. Station Islamorada received a call about the fire around 6 a.m., Everette said.

Key Largo Boat Parade sets sail Dec. 9

Key Largos Blackwater sound will be shimmering with color as the 32nd-annual Key Largo Boat Parade sets sail at 7:30 p.m., Saturday Dec. 9. Illuminated boats ranging from 55 feet motors to sailboats to kayaks and paddle boards will traverse the waters of Blackwater Sound to kick-off the holidays with this annual tradition. "This year's theme is 'Paradise is Back' #FloridaKeysStrong.

Three charged with felony dumping where hurricane debris had already been cleared

Three men reportedly seen unloading tree branches onto a U.S. 1 median in Tavernier now face felony illegal-dumping charges. The site, at the Burton Drive intersection at mile marker 92.7, previously was used as a temporary debris-storage site but it "had been completely cleaned and cleared of debris," Officer Michael McKay of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission wrote in his account of the Saturday arrests.

Firefighter sues employer of dead workers he tried saving

Key Largo Volunteer Fire Department firefighter Leonardo Moreno became seriously ill trying to save the lives of utility workers trapped in a drainage hole in Key Largo on Jan. 16. He is pictured here helping Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. Pedro Reinoso prepare a man suffering serious medical issues to board an ambulance on Aug. 5, 2015.

Florida Keys Insurance Agent Accused of Defrauding Citizens Insurance

A Florida insurance agent has been arrested after allegedly submitting a fraudulent insurance policy to Citizens Property Insurance Corp., according to a statement from Florida CFO Jimmy Patronis and the Florida Department of Financial Services . Richard Joseph Girard, a licensed insurance agent and owner of A-Rated Insurance Group, allegedly submitted a policy application for property insurance for a Key Largo client but provided fictitious supporting documentation that falsified the age of the roof of the property.

FDOT mulls fixed bridge, tunnel to replace Snake Creek drawbridge

Either option is at least two decades away from ever coming to fruition, but the five-member Islamorada Village Council nevertheless voted 4-1 at its Nov. 16 meeting to provide input to the Florida Department of Transportation as it looks into ways to improve the traffic flow through the Upper Keys. The four commissioners who voted for the resolution said they didn't do so in support of either option, but rather because FDOT is in the process of studying the issue already and the village should have a say in the outcome.

Metal should not be a must in Keys, roofers say

Industry executives persuade Monroe County to hold off on making final decision to require metal roofing for new or replacement roofs in Florida Keys. Metal roofing adds more protection to Florida Keys homes, but may not be practical in many situations, roofing professionals told county commissioners.

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