Cinco Bayou

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TeCMEN Committee to Host Industry Day - 08/16/2017

Special to the Daily News FORT WALTON BEACH — In an effort to spotlight the diverse capabilities that exist among the area’s technical businesses, the Economic Develop...

Building For The Future - 07/10/2017

Building For The Future Looking beyond beaches and the military to boost economic development BY LINDA KLEINDIENST ~ Article written by 850 Magazine   Okaloosa and Walton countie...

Founded in 1950, quaint Cinco Bayou supported the growing families of Eglin Air Force Base and the expanding enterprises of its neighbor, Fort Walton Beach. Today the town centers around the Town Hall built in 1966. Roads have widened, businesses have flourished, and picturesque parks, piers and boat ramps have been added, making Cinco Bayou a town nearly 400 residents are proud to call home.

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Population (2016) 431
Labor Force 263
Median Age 48.64
Labor Force
College Degrees  52.41%
High School Degree or Some College 42.47%
White Collar Workers 68%
Blue Collar Workers 31%
Household Expenditures (Average) $88,285
Household Income (Median) $82,812
Commute Travel Time (minutes) 20
Airports in Community 50 miles 7
Distance to Interstate (miles) 19
Distance to Rail (miles) 18
Source: www.okaloosites.com. March 2017


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