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If you're in the market for any number of insurance products, look no further than Neighbors Insurance Agency. We've been in the insurance business for more than 18 years, and we'll bring our experience and close attention to detail to the table when working with you to find affordable insurance policies. When you call, we'll respond quickly to your questions and concerns in order to set your mind at ease. We specialize in:

We offer a number of vehicle policies. Whether you're in need of an auto policy or a policy for a recreational vehicle like a motorcycle, rv, or a boat, we can help you find an insurance plan that fits your budget. If you're a business owner, we can also help you find business insurance. A business insurance policy can also protect your commercial vehicles and property. We can even prepare your taxes to save you time and money. We also provide the following benefits listed below:

  • Offer one-on-one service

  • Provide bilingual service for our Spanish-speaking clients

  • Are a member of the Latin American Association

As a Florida insurance service dedicated to your well-being and peace of mind, Neighbors Insurance Agency is a provider of a wide range of insurance plans. Protecting your family's assets is important to us. We offer flexible appointment options to meet your busy schedule, so call us today for a quote..

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TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA INSURANCE AGENCY

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Tallahassee (/ˌtæləˈhæsɪ/) is the capital city of the U.S. state of Florida. It is the county seat and only incorporated municipality in Leon County. Tallahassee became the capital of Florida, then the Florida Territory, in 1824. In 2017, the population was 191,049, making it the 7th-largest city in the U.S state of Florida, and the 126th-largest city in the United States.[6] The population of the Tallahassee metropolitan area was 382,627 as of 2017. Tallahassee is the largest city in the Florida Panhandle region, and the main center for trade and agriculture in the Florida Big Bend and Southwest Georgia regions.

Tallahassee is home to Florida State University, ranked the nation's twenty-sixth best public university by U.S. News & World Report.[7] It is also home to Florida A&M University, the fifth-largest historically black university by total enrollment.[8] Tallahassee Community College is a large state college that serves mainly as a feeder school to Florida State and Florida A&M. Tallahassee qualifies as a significant college town, with a student population exceeding 70,000.[citation needed]

As the capital, Tallahassee is the site of the Florida State CapitolSupreme Court of FloridaFlorida Governor's Mansion, and nearly 30 state agency headquarters. The city is also known for its large number of law firms, lobbying organizations, trade associations and professional associations, including the Florida Bar and the Florida Chamber of Commerce.[9] It is a recognized regional center for scientific research, and home to the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory. In 2015, Tallahassee was awarded the All-American City Award by the National Civic League for the second time.

Indigenous peoples occupied this area for thousands of years before European encounter. Around AD 1200, the large and complex Mississippian culture had built earthwork mounds near Lake Jackson which survive today; they are preserved in the Lake Jackson Archaeological State Park.[10]

The Spanish Empire established their first colonial settlement at St. Augustine. During the 17th century they established several missions in Apalachee territory in order to procure food and labor to support their settlement, as well as to convert the natives to Roman Catholicism. The largest, Mission San Luis de Apalachee in Tallahassee, has been partially reconstructed by the state of Florida.

The expedition of Pánfilo de Narváez encountered the Apalachee people, although it did not reach the site of Tallahassee. Hernando de Soto and his mid-16th century expedition occupied the Apalachee town of Anhaica (at what is now Tallahassee) in the winter of 1538–1539. Based on archaeological excavations, this Anhaica site is now known to have been located about 0.5 miles (800 m) east of the present Florida State Capitol. The De Soto encampment is believed to be the first place that Christmas was celebrated in the continental United States although there is no historical documentation to back this claim.[11]

The name "Tallahassee" is a Muskogean language word often translated as "old fields" or "old town".[12] It was likely an expression of the Creek people who migrated from areas of Georgia and Alabama to this region in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, under pressure from European-American encroachment on their territory. They found large areas of cleared land previously occupied by the Apalachee tribe. (The Creek and later refugees who joined them developed as the Seminole Indians of Florida.)

During the First Seminole WarGeneral Andrew Jackson fought two separate skirmishes in and around Tallahassee, which was then Spanish territory. The first battle took place on November 12, 1817. Chief Neamathla, of the village of Fowltown just west of present-day Tallahassee, had refused Jackson's orders to relocate. Jackson responded by entering the village, burning it to the ground, and driving off its occupants. The Indians later retaliated, killing 50 soldiers and civilians. Jackson reentered Florida in March 1818. According to Jackson's adjutant, Colonel Robert Butler, they "advanced on the Indian village called Tallahasse (sic) [where] two of the enemy were made prisoner.*

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*https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tallahassee,_Florida

We service the following zip codes in the city of Tallahassee, Florida:

32301, 32303, 32304, 32305, 32308, 32309, 32310, 32311, 32312, 32317.