Deerfield Beach FL Deerfield Public Beach Pier Photo Picture
Deerfield Beach’s history goes back to 1890 when a small agreement known as Hillsborough was developed along the Hillsboro Stream. As the inhabitants increased to 20 by 1898, the agreement was now provided by its own postal service and the town was known as Deerfield for the deer that chafed along the Hillsboro Stream.
By the beginning last century, as the town’s inhabitants grew even larger, the Florida East Coast Railway constructed tracks en route to Las Vegas bisecting Deerfield. Deerfield’s beginning residents were mostly farm owners who increased pineapples, tomato vegetables, peas, crush and caught along the Intracoastal River. Through the Forties, Deerfield stayed a largely farming based community, but in 1939 the town’s name was changed to Deerfield Seaside to let visitors know it has a beach.
Deerfield Seaside has a Tropical monsoon environment (Köppen environment category Am), with hot summer several weeks days, regular severe storms during summer several weeks time season, with rain less regular in the fall, and a risk of a light winter freeze from late Nov through beginning Goal caused by occasional cold methodologies from the north, and even then not every season.
The annual regular rainfall at Deerfield Seaside is 57.27 Inches wide. Summer time tends to be wetter than winter season. The rainiest month of the season is June with a typical rain fall of 7.3 Inches.
In the past few years, growth near Deerfield’s seaside has been a major source of local debate. Groups such as “Original Save Our Beach” have actively opposed this growth.