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Although has more than fifty-five thousand local residents and is the size of a small city, Wellington is officially considered a village that is located in Palm Beach County, Florida. The designation simply means that the city was never incorporated and therefore has a slight different relationship with the state government than traditional cities and towns. One of the reasons the community is still referred to as a village is because it is relatively new.

Founded by C. Oliver Wellington in the 1950s, the area was home to one of the world’s largest strawberry patches. But because most of it was swampland, not many people lived there, they just worked there. The area did not begin to resemble an actual community until the early 1970s, when restaurants and shopping centers started opening their doors.

While not nearly as famous as its celebrated neighbor, Palm Beach, the village still manages to attract hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Most of them come for the horse shows, which are the largest and longest running in the world. Held each year between January and March, they attract celebrities, socialites, and business leaders.

Like most of the cities and towns in the region, the village of Wellington has a tropical climate, which means the weather is wetter and more volatile during the summer and early autumn. Tropical storms and even hurricanes that are formed in the Caribbean occasionally pass through the area.

While there is no way to hurricane-proof your home, many local residents try. They install storm shutters and panels on glass windows and doors. They also make certain that their property insurance is in order before the stormy season arrives.

 

If you live in Delray Beach and intend to file an insurance claim, dial 1-855-321-LOSS (5677) today. Our team of experienced public adjusters will peruse your policy and give you their expert opinion for free!

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