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Pinellas Park, the city located at the center of Pinellas County, came to be in 1913.
Mr. Davis, the founder of Florida Association, had toured Florida in 1890. Upon reaching Pinellas, he loved its view and color.
In 1909 or 1910, Mr. Davis and some developers sent P.J. McDevvit to establish a town near ST. F. A. city – for the sole purpose of growing sugarcane. He (Mr. Davis) bought 12 800 acres on the Pinellas Peninsula – which was a part of West Hillsborough County.
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The cost of living in Pinellas Park is dependent on factors such as taxes, homeownership, household size, etc.
According to the Best Place online calculator, the overall cost of living index in Pinellas Park is 93.5%. A 6.5% less than that the national average.
Note, the calculator takes into account homeownership but forgo taxes and child care.
In 2020, the calculator estimates the food and grocery expenses to be 1.04 times that of the national average the homeownership 0.77 times that of the national average, with the Median home cost being $177,600 and median rent as $561.52/month.
The utilities are estimated to cost 1.05 times that of the national average, transportation expenses 0.95, and health 1.04 times that of the national average.
Safety in Pinellas Park
According to FBI crime reports released in 2018, Pinellas Park had a violent crime rate of 10%, a property crime rate of 106%, and a total of 92% – higher than the national average.
In short, a Pinellas Park resident had a 1 out of 21 chances of being a victim.
Nonetheless, safety in Pinellas Park is slowly improving thanks to the ever-advancing technology.
Note, violent crimes refer to any harm done on the other person by force. They include forcible rape, murder, nonnegligent manslaughter.
Nonetheless, security is enhanced thanks to advanced technology.
Its summers are long (4.6 months), hot, and cloudy, and the winters are short (2.8 months), windy, and somewhat cloudy.
The temperature varies from an average high of 89°F to an average low of 55°F.
Pinellas Park experiences around 3.8 cloudy months from June 7 to October. While the clearer period lasts for an approximate 8.2 months – from October to June.
The drier season lasts approximately 8.4 months, from September to June. The wetter season has its peak in July.
The most common form of precipitation is rainfall that ranges from 1.7 inches (around November to 6.5 inches (around August).
The length of the day varies throughout the year. For instance, in 2020, June was the longest day with 23 hours and 54 minutes. The shortest day is forecasted to be in December, with 10 hours and 23 minutes.
When it comes to humidity, the muggier period lasts approximately 7.5 months – from the 4th of April to the 20th of November – during which, the comfort level is miserable or oppressive. The peak is around the 4th of August.
Recreational opportunities in Pinellas Park
There`s a reason why Florida is a convenient and inexpensive vacation destination for locals and visitors alike. And Pinellas Park has a lot to do with it.
Starting with the Wagon Wheel Flea Market, Pinellas Park is the one-stop destination for individuals with the patience and time to scour through the vast array of cool stuff.
Then there`s the Tampa Bay Automobile Museum on the Gateway Center Boulevard – which serves as a home to lovers of all things historic.
Dolphin sightseeing and parasailing tours form the pinnacle of recreation activities in the city – which is enhanced by the Pinellas trail.
The latter stretches from St. Petersburg to Tarpon Springs – providing a nearly 50 miles long charm for walkers, runners, and bikers.
Shopping opportunities in Pinellas Park
Pinellas Park is full of unique and reasonably affordable retail businesses – from dining to shopping.
And when it comes to the best, here are the top-rated shopping opportunities by the Trip Advisor users.
Duncan McClellan comes in second thanks to its numerous orchids and beautiful plants – coupled with hot shop glassblowing demo. They offer many gallery options on the second Saturday of each month from visiting artists.
The HR trains and Toys Inc is your go-to when you want to see Santa in his workshop or when planning to have a train set under the tree.