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Seminole County Region

With proven success of improving both the economic climate of local commerce and quality of life for its residents, Seminole County is “The Natural Choice” when looking to relocate…

Our Cities

Altamonte Springs Altamonte Springs
POPULATION: 42,319

Located at two busiest roadways in Central Florida, I-4 and S.R. 436, and just 10 miles from downtown Orlando and Central Florida’s attractions, Altamonte Springs is a bustling center of growth and opportunities. With major upscale retail and office centers, fine hotels, abundant restaurants, theaters and specialty shopping venues, the continuous growth keeps this City Alive! Its well-planned infrastructure is in place for this continued, progressive growth; as well as, new developments for the future. A new 25-acre Town Center is under construction along with plans for upscale condos and a new look for the entrance to this great city.

Additionally, Altamonte Springs offers single and multi-family homes nestled in lakeside and tree-shaded communities, civic centers and sports complexes for leisure and entertainment, educational and career opportunities with highly rated schools and colleges plus several relaxing and peaceful parks. Cranes Roost Park is a lushly landscaped park featuring one mile of lighted pedestrian walkways, amphitheater, floating stage, festivals and concerts. Red Hot & Boom, one of the City?s major annual events, draws more than 150,000 people. Altamonte Springs is a community where people can work, shop and play close to home. For more information on Altamonte Springs, call (407)571-8121 or visit www.altamonte.org


Casselberry
POPULATION: 24,144

Casselberry has evolved into a bustling, dynamic city, which has maintained an enviable growth rate in both residential and commercial areas. Casselberry took its name from Hibbard Casselberry, a local fern grower who acquired approximately 3000 acres of farmland in 1926.

Today, Casselberry enjoys a mix of moderately priced homes and upscale condominium communities. Major retail businesses and restaurants line both the 436 and 17-92 highways. The 17 parks throughout the city offer over 100 acres of land with fishing, hiking, swimming pool, playgrounds, picnic areas, ball fields and more. Casselberry continues to expand while making strides in both infrastructure and beautification. For more information on Casselberry call (407)262-7700 or visit www.casselberry.org.


Lake Mary
POPULATION: 14,615

The Lake Mary area attracts national and international attention for being a premier area for business relocation and investment in Central Florida. Lake Mary in a teamwork effort with County Government, the Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Organizations and Seminole State College has proactively developed a target industry district, housing high tech and other major well-known corporations.

The I-4 corridor has projections of over 8 million square feet of office, commercial and light manufacturing in several planned commercial developments. Lake Mary boasts upscale residential communities surrounded by designer golf courses and is home to the best schools in the state. Lake Mary is THE place of choice to work, live and play. For more information contact the City of Lake Mary at (407)585-1419 or visit www.lakemaryfl.com


Longwood
POPULATION: 14,000

Longwood, the oldest historic community in Seminole County, has been attracting visitors since the 1880”s. A small town atmosphere with new business development makes Longwood a charming town with excellent access. Longwood has a strong future due to the forward thinking and focus on infrastructure and redevelopment.

High profile business, excellent health care opportunities, and a pro-active attitude make this city an outstanding choice for new opportunities with all of the historical benefits. Longwood is home to some of the most outstanding residential communities in Central Florida. Golf courses, gated communities, retail, restaurants, established and new business are just some of the reasons so many are choosing Longwood, Florida to call home. For more information on the City of Longwood call (407)260-3440 or visit www.longwoodfl.org


Oviedo
POPULATION: 28,012

Oviedo is one of the fastest growing communities in Central Florida. Oviedo has exploded with new residential communities, retail and education development. The City of Oviedo is a natural choice for new homebuilders who nestle construction throughout the environmental beauty of Oviedo. Trails, parks and lakes make this area the natural place to call home.

The University of Central Florida and Oviedo campus of Seminole Community College attract many residents and businesses. The Oviedo Marketplace Mall lures visitors from throughout the Central Florida area. Oviedo’s first-rate community and pro-active government continue to expand its infrastructure as it experiences high quality growth. For more information on the City of Oviedo call (407)977-6000. Or visit www.cityofoviedo.net


Sanford
POPULATION: 43,251

The city of Sanford is one of the most unique cities in America featuring a true historic downtown; quaint neighborhoods border a historic lakefront and a realm of natural resources. Sanford, founded in the 19th century has more growth potential than any city in Central Florida. The development of River walk along the Lake Monroe lakefront from Mellonville Ave to U.S. 17-92 is a showcase promenade for pedestrians and cyclists. Fishing piers and other waterfront amenities are planned along with prestigious condominiums on the waterfront.

The Orlando Sanford airport is the 3rd busiest airport in the State of Florida and the 23rd busiest in the country. The airport has grown into a large international facility servicing more than 1 million passengers every year. Sanford is the premier location in Seminole County for arts and culture. The Helen Stairs Theatre offers outstanding performances for the whole family. For more information on the City of Sanford, call (407)330-5607 Or visit: www.ci.sanford.fl.us


Winter Springs
POPULATION: 32,082

Exciting new developments in Winter Springs are attracting all kinds of attention. The Towne Center Project is developing over 300,000 square feet of office, retail space, including a Main Street that will feature numerous opportunities for shopping, dining and recreation in a beautifully groomed hub for this growing city. Winter Springs has the greatest schools and is the ideal location for raising a family and a business.

The approximate number of clear days in Winter Springs, meaning days with no clouds is 94, that’s pretty good for a city named Winter Springs. For more information on the city of Winter Springs, call (407)327-1800. Or visit: www.wintersprings.biz

So whether you are perusing the real estate market, seeking employment opportunities, discovering the wonderful education available in Seminole County or just looking for things to do... Your Seminole County Regional Chamber is a one stop resource for you, your family and your business.