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Our mission is to connect curious travelers and locals with local food and communities in a way that helps culture thrive.Parts of this article (those related to rebuilding following hurricanes, specifically the 2017 Hurricane Irma, and developing discussions of urban resilience and climate resilience planning) need to be updated.By 1894 the black community was large enough to establish the first school in the area. A hard freeze in 1898 was a setback, and many of the settlers left, including William Linton.Partly in an attempt to change the community's luck, or to leave behind a bad reputation, the settlement's name was changed in 1901 to Delray, after the Detroit neighborhood of Delray ("Delray" being the anglicized spelling of "Del Rey", which is Spanish for "of the king"), which in turn was named after the Mexican–American War's Battle of Molino del Rey.Military personnel patrolled the beach on horseback. During WWII Delray Beach also saw an influx of service personnel stationed at the nearby Boca Raton Army Airfield.Some of the veterans who had trained at the airfield returned to settle in Delray Beach after the war.Prominent architectural styles in Delray Beach from this period include Art Deco, Mediterranean Revival, Mission Revival, Monterey Colonial, Streamline Moderne, bungalows, and 'Key West style' cottage homes for the Artists and Writers Colony winter residents.

View Tour Craft Food Tours gives you the convenience to explore Delray Beach's award-winning culinary scene for one price.After 1905, newspaper articles and photographs of Delray events reveal that Japanese settlers from the nearby Yamato farming colony also began participating in Delray civic activities such as parades, going to the movies, and shopping. states and nine other countries are listed as the birthplace of its residents.The 1910 census shows Delray as a town of 904 citizens. Although still a small town, Delray had a remarkably diverse citizenry.Delray Beach is a coastal city in Palm Beach County, Florida, United States.The population of Delray Beach was estimated at 68,749 in 2017.

View Tour Craft Food Tours gives you the convenience to explore Delray Beach's award-winning culinary scene for one price.

After 1905, newspaper articles and photographs of Delray events reveal that Japanese settlers from the nearby Yamato farming colony also began participating in Delray civic activities such as parades, going to the movies, and shopping. states and nine other countries are listed as the birthplace of its residents.

The 1910 census shows Delray as a town of 904 citizens. Although still a small town, Delray had a remarkably diverse citizenry.

Delray Beach is a coastal city in Palm Beach County, Florida, United States.

The population of Delray Beach was estimated at 68,749 in 2017.

In 1923 the area between the canal and the ocean was incorporated as Delray Beach.