Seminole County Florida



Seminole County Suburbs

The smallest in size of the four counties that make up Central Florida, Seminole County is often referred to as Orlando’s bedroom community. Known for its high ranking public schools, Seminole County attracts both mid-scale and upper-end housing.

Seminole County is located in the central part of Florida between Orlando to the south and DeLand/Daytona Beach to the north. As of 2000, the population was 365,196. The U.S. Census Bureau estimates the 2006 population was 406,875. Its county seat is Sanford, Florida.