Tangerine, Florida is a community located in Orange County, Florida in the metro area of Orlando. It was once an area rich with orange groves and orchards. Developments and homes have now been built on once rich farm lands.
As of 2009, Tangerine's population was a mere 953 people, with 711 people per square mile.
The unemployment rate in Tangerine stands at 9.60 percent with a negative job growth rate.
In 2009, the average cost of a home in Tangerine was slightly higher than the U.S. average, at $214,970.
Tangerine receives 48.3 inches of rain per year. It also enjoys sunshine 236 days per year. The summer temperatures average 90 degrees F, and January lows can reach 49.8 degrees F.
40.25 percent of Tangerine residents are religious. 20.55 percent of these residents are Protestant, and 13.25 percent of residents are Catholic. The remaining 6.45 percent of residents identify their religion as Baptist, Methodist, Pentecostal and several other religions.