Florida's fourth largest city is part of the Tampa Bay Region, located on Florida's west coast, and includes Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Bradenton, Sarasota, Venice, Lakeland and Winter Haven.
St. Petersburg is a municipality of Pinellas County. This peninsula city's relatively low cost of living and its agreeable taxes and progressive employment opportunities draw people to the area from around the nation and the world. Other attractive amenities include the area’s quality schools, colleges and universities; affordable housing; and outstanding arts and recreational facilities.
Tampa Bay has a humid subtropical climate with a rainy season from June through September with temperatures ranging from 54-72° F in January to 76-92° F during peak summer months. As a result, residents experience year-round enjoyment of the area’s miles of white beaches, tranquil lakes, manicured golf courses, and lush green expanses of native habitat. Major attractions within a 60-minute drive include Busch Gardens, Adventure Island, Casino Cruises and the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. Orlando is just an hour-and-a-half away.
Tampa Bay is an idyllic place to work and play.
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