Located in the heart of Pinellas County, Seminole was named after the Indigenous tribes that occupied the region before the arrival of Euro-American settlers in the 1840s. Seminole has an attractive downtown area, a pleasant winter climate, and a growing economy. The city is well-established, home to several shopping centers and successful businesses. Residents can enjoy favorite Florida produce at Marketplace Produce, the Seminole Fresh Market, and Sprouts Farmers Marker.

Local top-rated schools include Orange Grove Elementary School, Bauder Elementary, and Seminole High School. Seminole is just 2.6 miles from the Tom Stuart Causeway and just 2.9 miles from the Park Blv Bridge, each of which afford easy access to local beaches on the Gulf of Mexico. The Bay Pines Marina is just 3.5 miles from Seminole.

Other attractions include the Treasure Island Fun Center, Seminole Park, and Blossom Lake Park. Seminole Lake Country Club attracts locals and visitors alike for its beautiful walking paths, golf courses, and two miles of frontage on Lake Seminole. The Fred Marquis Pinellas Trail runs the length of Seminole, affording locals an excellent option for fresh air and exercise. Not surprisingly, the City of Seminole earned recognition in Pinellas County for its commitment to its parks, particularly with its ‘Coaching, Connecting, Community’ program.

Seminole is also known for its events, including frequent happenings like Music at the Park and themed activities at the Seminole Historical Society. The Seminole Community Library is an excellent, family-friendly gathering place for local goings-on. The City of Seminole puts out a frequent community newsletter on local news and upcoming events, giving residents a convenient way to stay up-to-date.