Coconut is a city in the county of Broward. This city has been called the Butterfly Capital of the World. This is because this is the city where you are going to find the most butterflies. There is a place that is called Butterfly World that is located in this city. It has over five thousand butterflies that are located inside this facility.There are many different things that surrounds the city of Coconut Creek. On the North is Palm Beach. The county of Palm Beach, that is. There are three things that surround the city of Coconut Creek. Parkland is one of those things. Parkland is a city as well. Coral Springs is another city that is located on the west side of Coconut Creek. Margate is the other city that sits to the west of Coconut Creek. There is a beach that borders the east side of the city of Coconut Creek. This beach is named the Deerfield Beach. There is another beach that borders the east as well as the southeast of this city. It is the Pompano Beach.
This city was given the name that it has because of the abundance of coconut trees that were once planted by some of the first people to settle in this area. The name is a combination of Indian Creek, which is located in a village that is in Miami Dade County, and a neighborhood that has the name of Coconut Grove that is in Miami as well.This city has a lot of different people who are living here. There are people who live in the city of Coconut Creek that have a native tongue that is French. Some other languages that exist in the city of Coconut Creek include Yiddish, Italian, as well as Portuguese. The two most prominent ethnicities that live in the city of Coconut Creek are whites and Hispanics and Latinos. The whites make up about eighty six percent of the population, while the Hispanics and Latinos make up around eleven percent of the population. African Americans come in third, making up six percent of the population. Asians make up around two percent of the population. The Native Americans and Pacific Islanders don't even make up one percent of the population.
Written by Lyndsey Morgan