- About Volusia
- Site Selection
- Living Here
- Facts & Figures
Holly Hill has a history that dates back to the early 1800’s. Early settlers saw the potential of this desirable riverside location back when the Halifax River was the only way to travel through undeveloped central Florida.
Today, Holly Hill is easily accessible by road, air, rail and the intracoastal waterway. Minutes from I-4 and I-95, it boasts beautiful waterfront parks with boat launches, well-kept residential neighborhoods, and a diverse and friendly population.
This historic river town means business, and Holly Hill not only means business, but understands it as well. Just ask the county’s largest health care plan provider, Florida Health Care, who chooses Holly Hill for its corporate headquarters location. Proactive business support has also cultivated an environment suitable for firms such as Mediatech who design and manufacture advanced presentation systems for higher education facilities throughout the country. These businesses know that Holly Hill values their presence and encourages their growth.
Other community assets include the new K-8 school, a state-of-the-art and best-in-class education facility. And the Market, host to a weekly green market and a venue for conferences and weddings, with its beautiful courtyard is linked to Riverside Park.
Local government has a strong commitment to the future of this community, with a Community Redevelopment Area Master Plan underway to redevelop the US1 corridor that serves as one of the major north south arteries in the City.
- Mayor John Penny
|Population 2010 Census||11,659|
|Population 2014 Estimate||11,937|
|Population 2019 Estimate||12,333|
|Florida Health Care Plans||877||Corporate Headquarters, Healthcare|
|Metra Electronics Corporation||260||Auto Plastics, Molding and Trim|
|R&R Industries||75||Roofing and HVAC Contractor|