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Venice is a city in Sarasota County, Florida. It covers 15 square miles. Formerly called “Horse and Chaise,” the city was renamed after the Italian city of Venice in 1888. Venice was incorporated in 1927.
Venice has a population of 23,000 people. The population grew by 11% from 2010 to 2017. The median age in the city is 68 years old. There are 3,800 military veterans in Venice.
Over 97% of the people in the city are United States citizens. The racial composition Venice is 95% white, 2% Hispanic, 2% Asian, and 1% black. Eight percent of residents were born in a foreign country. Around 7% of residents have a native language that is not English.
People in Venice earn a mean annual wage of $42,400. The median household income is $52,500. The homeownership rate is 72%. Eight percent of residents live below the poverty line.
Venice participates in a drug take-back program that collects and disposes of expired or unwanted prescription medications. The program reduces the amount of addictive drugs that are available on the street. It also limits the presence of addictive drugs in the home.
Access to mental health services in a concern in Venice. Fifteen percent of residents under age 65 do not have health insurance. The Venice City Council has stated a need to increase social services for veterans and homeless residents. City officials have asked the Florida Legislature to consider reinstating state mental health treatment facilities.