Coral Springs FL is located in Broward County. It is about thirty-eight square miles, which makes it the third largest city in Broward County. The population of Coral Springs FL was just under 122 thousand residents in 2012. This is lower than all other cities in Broward County except one (Pembroke Pines) and higher than only two (Parkland and Southwest Ranches). It has a population density of around 3,003 people per square mile.
The city is located close to the Everglades National Park, but Coral Springs FL is not actually in the park. Instead it is about fifteen miles away from the southeastern entrance of Everglades National Park. There are several nearby cities that people would have to drive through before getting to Coral Springs. Some nearby cities are Oakland Park, Margate, Lauderdale Lakes, Tamarac, North Lauderdale, Pompano Beach, Deerfield Beach and Boca Raton. These all have populations over twenty thousand residents except for one (Pompano Beach). Both Coral Springs and Pompano Beach had more than sixty-seven percent of the population living in their city limits in 2010.
Coral Springs FL is one of the most highly educated cities in all of Florida. In 2012, over half of the adults (fifty-four percent) had at least a bachelor’s degree or higher (college or higher). This was actually one of the highest rates for any city in the United States and much more than would normally be expected by looking at U.S. Census data about per capita income . Around forty-nine percent of adult residents are considered to be part of an above average group based on education attainment.