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    Safety Harbor

    Safety Harbor

    Safety Harbor is a quaint community of about 17,000 people. While it is safe and friendly, this is the perfect place to get away for families and anyone who wants to visit Florida without the hustle and bustle. Easily reached from Tampa, St. Petersburg, and nearby cities, Safety Harbor offers visitors a unique small-town setting home to a wide variety of recreation activities and special events.

    Dunedin

    Dunedin

    In Dunedin, you will find a charming and active downtown with a relaxed lifestyle and activities for all likes and ages. One of the oldest towns on the West Coast of Florida, Dunedin has a wooded and subtropical setting with almost four miles of picturesque waterfront, said to be the world’s healthiest climate, making Dunedin a truly delightful place to live.

    Tampa Bay

    Tampa Bay

    Tampa is a true gem because of the beautiful nature all around, a bustling city center, ethnic diversity, and some of the world’s nicest residents.

    Tampa

    Tampa

    The third-largest city in Florida, best known for its wonderful places and is currently hailed as the economic center of the state's West Coast. It has genuinely flourished throughout the last 25 years, becoming increasingly more urban and culturally diverse. The major industries are:

    Lutz

    Lutz

    Lutz, a suburb of Tampa, is one of the best places to live in Florida. Living in Lutz offers residents a suburban feel, and most residents own their homes. With lots of parks and above-average public schools, many families and young professionals live in Lutz.

    Clearwater

    Clearwater

    Living in the Clearwater area is like being on vacation all year! Consequently, the white sand beaches is why it feels that way. It’s impossible to be far from the ocean in Florida, but you can’t get closer than Clearwater.

    Tarpon Springs

    Tarpon Springs

    Tarpon Springs is a mix of Greek culture and Victorian and Floridian architecture. Greek eateries line waterfront Dodecanese Boulevard, a legacy of the Greek sponge divers who settled here in the early 1900s. While many new franchisees have come in, Tarpon Springs still has that unique ambiance that only comes with living in a small town. From arts to retail, dining to manufacturing, Tarpon Springs is a community of culture that embraces families.

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