Tampa Bay Area, Florida
Welcome to Tampa Bay and St. Petersburg, Florida!
People who visit want to move here and the residents who live here don't want to move! Businesses are relocating or developing here every day. St. Petersburg and Pinellas County offer an unequaled environment for work and play.
Wonderful weather and miles of sandy beaches, a relatively low cost of living, agreeable taxes and progressive employment opportunities draw people to the area from around the nation and the world.
St. Petersburgs stunning city-wide renaissance has caught the attention of America. The downtown area, located on one of our nations most beautiful waterfront parks, is fast-becoming one of the most attractive, livable and viable downtowns in the country, with outstanding arts and recreational facilities plus excellent dining and entertainment.
The Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, takes place in April of each year. An Indy-style street course with high fences, tight turns and roaring race cars, the event is run on a 1.8-mile, 14-turn temporary street course that fronts St. Petersburg's Bay front and runs along Bayshore Drive.
This year's event will once again feature races from both the IndyCar Series and the American Le Mans Series (ALMS).
As Floridas fourth largest city, St. Petersburg in recent years has hosted the NCAA Mens Final Four, the 1996 Vice Presidential debates, welcomed the Devil Rays Baseball team into our citys Tropicana Field as their permanent home and shared in the job growth of the Tampa Bay region that has led the nation.
St. Petersburg, home to one of the worlds finest year-round climates, offers a stunning array of attractions including world-class museum exhibitions, major league sports activities, boating, sailing, fishing and just pure the enjoyment of relaxing on our world-class beaches.