Levy County is named for David Levy Yulee, who was a United States Senator from Florida.
Created: March 10, 1845
Newnansville ( Alachua ) 1845 – 1851
Levyville 1851 – 1874
Bronson 1874 – present
County Courthouse – Bronson
Location: 335 South Court Street / Gardner Street
Built: 1937 – 1938
Style: Colonial Revival
Architect: Henry L Taylor
Contractor: O R Woodcock
Description: The building faces southwest and is a two story red colored brick and concrete structure. The west section of the building has a small white colored cupola with weather vane on the roof. In the center is a one story section which joins the new addition constructed in 1963 on the east side.
Note: The previous courthouse was designed by Montgomery Architects Company and constructed by Wagner & Dobson in 1906.
E – Marion County
S – Citrus County and Gulf of Mexico
W – Gulf of Mexico and Dixie County
Photos taken 2009