Port Charlotte Information

denise pt charlteThe Port Charlotte area was largely planned and developed by the now-defunct General Development Corporation, which also developed many other subdivisions and municipalities along Florida’s west coast. Port Charlotte is not a chartered municipality but is, however, the most-populated area in Charlotte County.

Port Charlotte is home to the Port Charlotte Town Center Mall, the Charlotte County Administration Center (home of the Charlotte County Commission chambers) as well as Charlotte Sports Park which is the current spring training home of the Tampa Bay Rays.

Port Charlotte is home to the Charlotte Stone Crabs, which is a member of the Florida State League and Class High-A affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays, which also hold its spring training at Charlotte Sports Park. The Rays also hold extended spring training in Port Charlotte, and have a Gulf Coast League team beginning play in June 2009.

Public schools in Port Charlotte are operated by Charlotte County Public Schools.[4] For the 2007/2008 school year, all schools in Port Charlotte have received “A”s from the state department of education.[5] Port Charlotte High School is the only public high school located in Port Charlotte, but not the only high school in Charlotte County.

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