Martin County Incorporated Communities
Stuart is the county seat and boasts a population of more than fifteen thousand people. Better known as the "Sailfish Capital of the World" because of the many sailfish found in the ocean off its shore, Stuart was originally named Potsdam after Potsdam, Germany and later renamed in honor of local resident Homer Hine Stuart, Jr.
Sewall’s Point is an exclusive community located at the eastern edge of Martin County on a peninsula near the St. Lucie Inlet which leads to the Atlantic Ocean. The town's 1,849 residents enjoy miles of scenic waterfront views of the St. Lucie River to the west and the Intracoastal Waterway to the east. The area offers nearby shops and restaurants, beautiful parks and recreation areas, easy access to offshore fishing, and many cultural activities.
An exclusive town with a population of 678 people, Jupiter Island has the second-highest per capita income of anyplace in the country. Personalities such as Tiger Woods and Celine Dion live on this barrier island located on the intracostal Waterway, and bordered on the east by the Atlantic Ocean, and on the north by the St. Lucie Inlet.
Ocean Breeze Park
One of only two towns in Florida comprised entirely of mobile homes, Ocean Breeze Park has a population of 543 people. Longtime Mayor Dorothy Geeben was known as the nation’s oldest living mayor, at 101 years old, until the time of her death in 2010.