Anna Maria Island Real Estate

The most Northerly of the Island cities had a population of 1,814 at the 2000 census. According to the 2005 U.S. Census Bureau’s estimates, the city grew slightly to 1,867.

The entire city is a bird sanctuary and you can see many species of water and shore birds here. Our aquatic life is remarkable too. You’ll find bottlenose dolphins and manatees in our waters, and the fishing, both for sport and for the table, is excellent. Our beaches are also a prime nesting ground for endangered loggerhead turtles and many of our residents actively participate in their protection.

Housing Demographics

  • Total Residential Units: 1,696
  • Assessed Value: $339,634,851
  • Single Family Homes: 1,098
  • Duplexes: 233
  • 3-10 Unit Buildings: 55
  • Condominium Units: 32
  • Other: 278

Weather

  • Average Temperature: 80.7 degrees
  • Average Rainfall: 37.6 inches
  • Average Snowfall: 0 inch

City Information

  • Fire Protection:  Anna Maria Fire District with stations in Holmes Beach
  • Police Protection:  Manatee County Sheriff’s Department
  • City Government:  10005 Gulf Dr., Anna Maria
  • Establishing Residency: Buy Property, Pay property/real estate taxes, Register to vote, obtain vehicle tags, obtain driver’s license, obtain Declaration of Domicile

City Contact Information

City of Anna Maria
P.O. Box 779
10005 Gulf Drive
Anna Maria, Florida 34216
Phone: (941) 708-6130
Fax: (941) 708-6134

Education:

  • Anna Maria Elementary School, Holmes Beach – 941-708-5525
    • Grades Kindergarten-5th grade
    • Grades 6-12 are transported by bus to appropriate county schools
  • Manatee County has 58 schools, private and public
  • Manatee Area Vocational Technical Center – 941-751-7900
  • Manatee Community College – 941-752-5000