Seminole County
Facts and Figures

Economy

Seminole County is located just north of Orlando, and has a diverse economic base including business, industry, and agriculture. For additional information, you may wish to visit the Seminole County Regional Chamber of Commerce or the Sanford Chamber of Commerce.

Demographics

Seminole County is home to approximately 344,729 people residing in seven municipalities and unincorporated areas (based on U.S. Census Bureau information).

Map of Seminole County

Education

Seminole County’s public and numerous private, elementary and secondary schools provide a high quality education and are consistently rated above the State average. Seminole Community College and nearby Rollins College, University of Central Florida, Florida A&M Law School, and Barry University School of Law provide an outstanding educational environment.

Recreation

The parks and recreation departments of the county, various municipalities, along with private business cA picture of canoers.oncerns, operate recreational facilities from golf courses to ball fields. Seminole County is just a 45-minute drive away from the home of the NBA Orlando Magic basketball team and Orlando Predators football team. The many lakes and rivers in Seminole County provide for excellent fishing and water sports. A wide variety of musical, theatrical, and intellectual fare is available on a year-round basis. World famous Disney World, Sea World, Universal Studios and other popular entertainment facilities are only 45 minutes to one hour away.

Seminole County Agencies

Seminole County Government
Seminole County Clerk of Court
Seminole County Sheriff
Seminole Law Enforcement Agencies

Cities Within Seminole County

City of Altamonte Springs
City of Casselberry
City of Lake Mary
City of Longwood
City of Oviedo
City of Sanford
City of Winter Springs

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